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Answering Islamophobia: Art, not Arms

September 14th, 2012, Comment & Analysis

Whether the recent attacks on US diplomatic outposts in Libya, Egypt and Yemen were provoked solely by an Islamophobic film ridiculing the Prophet Muhammad isn’t entirely clear, though most media reports seem to suggest it. Claims that at least one of these attacks—most likely the one in Benghazi that left four Americans dead—may have been the result of a more organized terrorist plot have not been confirmed. Whatever the case, however, this incendiary and amateurish film has sparked the media’s interest, as most news outlets continue citing the film as the likely motivation for the riots.

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Tarek Kahlaoui

Assistant Professor at Rutgers University

May 17th, 2010, Academia, Arabic, English, French, Journalist/Commentator, Law and Human Rights, New Brunswick, North Africa and Middle East, North America, Religion, USA

Tarek Kahlaoui

Tarek Kahlaoui, Ph.D., completed his dissertation on “The Depiction of the Mediterranean in Islamic Cartography” (11th -16th centuries), and currently teaches a course in Islamic art and architecture. He took part in various excavations in Islamic and ancient sites in Tunisia, where he worked on the archival sources and rural landscape of the medieval and early modern history of Jerba, the Tunisian island.

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