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Faith Groups Split on Resolution to N.Y. Islamic Center Dispute

November 8th, 2010, Comment & Analysis

A new Gallup study on the Islamic center close to Ground Zero in New York City shows that specific U.S. faith groups differ in their preferences about the location of the center. The fault line falls roughly between Christian and non-Christian groups. The majority of Catholics, Mormons, and, to a lesser degree, Protestants, believe the center should find another location. Yet, there is also a lack of consensus even within the same faith community as to the best path forward.

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Global Expert Finder holds debate on future of Muslim-West relations at New York Times

July 23rd, 2010, Comment & Analysis

Global Expert Finder held a lively and thought-provoking debate at the New York Times on Wednesday 21 July 2010, on some of the key challenges on US engagement in the Middle East. Moderated by award-winning New York Times columnist Roger Cohen, the panel featured a number of high-profile speakers including Reza Aslan, writer and commentator, Martin Indyk, VP for Foreign Policy, Brookings Institution, Joe Klein, columnist, Time Magazine, Professor Marc Lynch, George Washington University, and Dalia Mogahed, Executive Director of the Gallup Center for Muslim Studies.

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Dalia Mogahed

Senior Analyst and Executive Director, The Gallup Center for Muslim Studies

February 9th, 2010, Academia, Arabic, English, Media, Migration and Integration, Minority Rights, North America, North America, Religion, Think tank/Research center, USA, Washington DC, Youth Issues

Dalia Mogahed

Dalia Mogahed is Senior Analyst and Executive Director of the Gallup Center for Muslim Studies, and leads the analysis of Gallup’s unprecedented survey representing the views and opinions of more than 1 billion Muslims worldwide, including Muslims in the West.

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