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Farrah Hassen

Farrah Hassen

Farrah Hassen is a writer, filmmaker and activist based in Washington D.C. She was the associate producer of the 2004 documentary, "Syria: Between Iraq and a hard Place," directed by Saul Landau. Her articles on the Middle East, Islam and U.S. foreign policy have appeared in Foreign Policy In Focus, Counterpunch, The Asia Times, The Progressive and Yes! Magazine.

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Farrah Hassen

Farrah Hassen

Farrah Hassen is a writer, filmmaker and activist based in Washington D.C. She was the associate producer of the 2004 documentary, "Syria: Between Iraq and a hard Place," directed by Saul Landau. Her articles on the Middle East, Islam and U.S. foreign policy have appeared in Foreign Policy In Focus, Counterpunch, The Asia Times, The Progressive and Yes! Magazine.

Other articles by this author

Reflections on Islamophobia (Video)

By Zach Kreinik and Farrah Hassen, Foreign Policy in Focus | Video