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Professor Shahram Akbarzadeh interviewed in Tehran Times

Professor Shahram Akbarzadeh was interviewed in the Tehran Times in a piece titled ‘West recognizing convergence of interests with Iran in combatting terror: Professor.’ Read the interview here.

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Reem Sweid interviewed for Egyptianstreets.com

MESF PhD candidate Reem Sweid was interviewed on the organisation she runs, Muslims for Professional Values in a piece by Fatma Khaled in Egyptian Streets titled ‘Muslims for Progressive Values: Promoting Progressive Islam in Modern Societies.’ Read the interview here.

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‘Is Mahmoud Ahmadinejad about to make a political comeback?

Professor Shahram Akbarzadeh has published a new piece in The National. Read the article here.

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Can SAARC Survive India and Pakistan’s Squabbles?

Dr Zahid Shahab Ahmed has published a new article in The National Interest. Read it here.

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Professor Hakeem Kasem interviewed on SBS Radio

Hakeem Kasem was interviewed by Iman Riwan on ‘Early language learning Australia’ on SBS Radio. Listen here.

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MESF hosts CAAR Visiting Fellow Dr Ibrahim Fraihat

MESF is excited to welcome CAAR Visiting Fellow Dr Ibrahim Fraihat to Melbourne this month. Read about his visit here and his upcoming event at Deakin University here.

 

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Turkey coup: Why have teachers and academics been targeted?

Dr David Tittensor has published a new piece in The Conversation on the Turkey coup. Read the article here.

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Dara Conduit’s UN panel presentation on foreign fighters profiled by SBS

MESF’s Dara Conduit presented to the UN OHCHR’s Working Group on Mercenaries in New York on the relationship between foreign fighters and human rights abuses. SBS covered part of her talk.

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Turkey’s almost coup and the need for perspective

New piece by Dr David Tittensor on the attempted July 2016 coup in Turkey on The Conversation. Read the article here.

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