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Reflections on Islamophobia (Video)

Tuesday, April 19, 2011 By Zach Kreinik and Farrah Hassen, Foreign Policy in Focus | Video
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The Institute for Policy Studies takes you inside Congressman Peter King's first hearing on the "extent of radicalization in the American Muslim community" held on March 10, 2011 and looks further at the issue of Islamophobia.

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.

Zach Kreinik

Zach Kreinik is a senior majoring in Film Studies at the Evergreen State College. He is currently working as a video intern in D.C. for the Institute for Policy Studies.

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Reflections on Islamophobia (Video)

Tuesday, April 19, 2011 By Zach Kreinik and Farrah Hassen, Foreign Policy in Focus | Video
  • font size decrease font size decrease font size increase font size increase font size
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The Institute for Policy Studies takes you inside Congressman Peter King's first hearing on the "extent of radicalization in the American Muslim community" held on March 10, 2011 and looks further at the issue of Islamophobia.

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.

Zach Kreinik

Zach Kreinik is a senior majoring in Film Studies at the Evergreen State College. He is currently working as a video intern in D.C. for the Institute for Policy Studies.