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Noam Chomsky, Aminata Traoré and former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowen Williams join call

Free Tariq Ramadan

Jul 26, 2018 — (French below)

For immediate release

NOAM CHOMSKY, AMINATA TRAORÉ AND FORMER ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY ROWEN WILLIAMS JOIN INTERNATIONAL APPEAL FOR DUE PROCESS IN TARIQ RAMADAN CASE

"Is there a form of justice for Muslims in France and another for all the rest?"

(July 23, 2018) An international open letter released last June called on French authorities to grant Professor Tariq Ramadan his most basic human and civil rights.

Now new distinguished signatories from across the globe have joined this call including renowned linguist Noam Chomsky, former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams, historian Joan W. Scott, former Malian Minister Aminata Traoré, Leila Ahmed of Harvard University, from Jerusalem, journalist and essayist Michel Warshawski, and from Switzerland Jean Ziegler, vice-chairman of the Advisory Board of the United Nations Human Rights Council, as well as Erica Deuber Ziegler, historian.

French signatories have also joined including jurists Géraud de la Pradelle and Monique Chemillier-Gendreau, Michèle Sibony, a member of the UJFP, and Françoise Duthu, a former member of the European Parliament.

The letter demands Professor Ramadan's right to the presumption of innocence, a fair and equitable judicial procedure, and to fair treatment by the French justice system which has treated those accused of near identical crimes vastly different.

The appeal also emphasizes that besides the isolation he has endured this entire time, Professor Ramadan suffers from multiple sclerosis and neurological complications for which he continues to be denied appropriate medical treatment. (Read about the investigation by Alain Gabon https://www.milestonesjournal.net/articles/2018/6/17/the-tariq-ramadan-case-a-critical-update)

This Open Letter had initially gathered international signatories including the British author Karen Armstrong; the Canadian philosopher Charles Taylor; British filmmaker Ken Loach; Dr. Amina Wadud of Berkeley; British journalist Peter Oborne; Professor John Esposito of Georgetown University and theologian Hamza Yusuf.

Despite there being both legal precedence (defendants in similar cases) and serious health concerns (based on medical evaluations) warranting Professor Ramadan's release on bail, he remains held in endless pre-trial detention under the harshest conditions. As a result, his health is rapidly deteriorating with frequent loss of feeling in his limbs, emergency trips to the hospital, and reliance on a wheelchair.

Confronted with these shocking facts, there has been an outpouring of global support for Professor Ramadan—with an increasing number of signatories.

Just last week, protesters demonstrated at French embassies around the world calling for Professor Ramadan's immediate release from prison and right to due process.

With global attention fixed on this important case, many have echoed the question posed in the open letter: "Is there a form of justice for Muslims in France and another for all the rest?"

"It is not up to us to judge the guilt or innocence of Professor Ramadan" repeat the new signatories. "We fully recognize the rights of complainants, that their cause be heard without prejudice or injury to their honor. But we wish to remind France that has affirmed the inalienability of human rights and equality, the importance of respect for the principles which guarantee the integrity of French justice".

One can be certain that developments in the case of Professor Tariq Ramadan will be monitored closely as a true test of French constitutionalism.

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http://dueprocesstariqramadan.org/noam_chomsky_joins_international_appeal

NEW SIGNATORIES

Dr Mustafa Ceric, Sarajevo, Bosnia
Professor Dr Moustafa El-Guindy, Brazil
Professor Dr Mohamed Ezz El Din Habib, Brazil
Dr Katherine Bullock, Toronto, Canada
Yakub Mohamed, Toronto, Canada
Professor Géraud de la Pradelle, France
Professor Monique Chemiller-Gendreau, France
Françoise Duthu, France
Michèle Sibony, France
Massimo Campanini, Trento, Italy
Michel Warshawski, Jerusalem
Elma Berisha, Kosovo
Nurul Izzah Ibrahim, Malaysia
Dr Merve Kavakci, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Aminata Traoré, Bamako, Mali
Abdool Majeed Jeenathally, Mauritius
Dr Tania Saeed, Lahore, Pakistan
Florin Buhaceanu, Romania
Jean Ziegler, Geneva, Switzerland
Erica Deubert Ziegler, Geneva, Switzerland
Professor Richard Friedli, Switzerland
Dr Sener Aktutk, Istanbul, Turkey
Dr İbrahim Özdemir, Turkey
Dr Daud Abdullah, UK
Dr Fauzia Ahmad, London, UK
Dr Abdul-Azim Ahmed, UK
Dr Mansur Ali, Cardiff, Wales
Dr Seyed Ali Alavi, London, UK
Professor Humayun Ansari, London, UK
Mohammed Abdul Aziz, UK
Zaher Berrawi, London, UK
Jonathan Bloch, UK
Dr Radha D’Souza, London, UK
Dr Abdullah Faliq, London, UK
Jonathan Fryer, UK
Dr Bill Gent, UK
Professor Penny Green, London, UK
Salim T S Al-Hassani, UK
Anne Gray, UK
Professor Geaves, Cardiff, Wales, UK
Shahid Islam, Bradford, UK
Haifaa Jawad, Birmingham, UK
Professor George Joffe, London, UK
Mohammed Kozbar, London, UK
Ajmal Masroor, UK
Oliver Mcternan, UK
Dr Shamim Miah, Huddersfield, UK
Amjad Mohammed-Saleem, UK
Dr Tamjid Mujtaba, London, UK
Dr Farid Panjwani, London, UK
Ismail Patel, UK
Yvonne Ridley, Scotland, UK
Sir Iqbal Sacranie, UK
Hussain Shefaar, UK
Dr Ataullah Siddiqui, UK
Imam Fadel Soliman, UK
Baroness Uddin, UK
AbdoolKarim A. Vakil, London, UK
Dr Khursheed Wadia, Warwick, UK
The Rt Revd Dr Rowan Williams, Cambridge, UK
Dr Barbara Zollner, Birkbeck, London, UK
Professor Leila Ahmed, Cambridge, USA
Dr Muna Ali, Arizona, USA
Professor Asma Barlas, Ithaca, New York, USA
Dr Dustin J. Byrd, Olivet, USA
Noam Chomsky, USA
Shaykh Shaker Elsayed, Washington DC, USA
Professor Richard Falk, Princeton, USA
Dr Norman Finkelstein, USA
Paola Garcia, New York, USA
Dr Farrukh Hakeem, Greensboro, North Carolina, USA
Professor Marcia Hermansen, Chicago, USA
Professor Peter Mandaville, Washington DC, USA
Shaykh Mustafa Umar, California Islamic University, USA
Professor Joan Wallach Scott, Princeton, NJ, USA

SIGNATORIES BEFORE JUNE 14

Farid Hafez , Salzburg, Austria
Dr Malika Hamidi, Brussels, Belgium
Dr Yacob Mahi, Brussels, Belgium
Nordine Saïdi, Brussels, Belgium
Dr Ahmet Alibasic, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Dr Francirosy Campos Barbosa, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Dr Nadia Abu-Zahra, Ottawa, Canada
Charles Taylor, Montreal, Canada
Thomas Woodley, Montreal Canada
Houria Bouteldja, Paris, France
Dr François Burgat, France
Ismahane Chouder, Paris, France
Dr Sonya Dayan- Herzbrun, Paris, France
Catherine Samary, Paris, France
Dr Hans-Christian Günther, Freiburg, Germany
Professor Dr Anwar Alam, New Delhi, India
Dr Javad Kashani, Tehran, Iran
Professor Mohammad Marandi, Tehran, Iran
Professor Abdulkarim Soroush, Iran
Dr Mohammed Hashas, Rome, Italy
Hamza Piccardo, Italy
Dr Mohammad Abdur Rahman Siddiqi, Tokyo, Japan
Dr Ahmad Sukkar, Beirut, Lebanon
Tengku Ahmad Hazri, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Professor Dr Mohammad Hashim Kamali, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Anwar Ibrahim, Malaysia
Wan Azizah binti Wan Ismail, Malaysia
Dr Ahmad Farouk Musa, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Dr Chandra Muzaffar, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Nurul Izzah Ibrahim, Malaysia
Abdool Majeed Jeenathally, Mauritius
Dr Paul Aarts, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Alexander Fluegel, The Hague, The Netherlands
Dr Ellen van de Bovenkamp, Leiden, The Netherlands
Dr Hamid Aminoddin Barra, Marawi City, The Philippines
Dr Mutaz Al Khatib, Doha, Qatar
Dr Mawahib Bakr, Doha, Qatar
Dr Mohammed Ghaly, Doha, Qatar
Professor Ray Jureidini, Doha, Qatar
Professor Emad El-Din Shahin, Doha, Qatar
Yvonne Ridley, Journalist & author, Scotland
Professor Farid Esack, Johannesburg, South Africa
Dr Quraysha Ismail Sooliman, Pretoria, South Africa
Jacques Neirynck, Switzerland
Dr Sami Al- Arian,Turkey
Dr İbrahim Özdemir, Turkey
Dr Sener Aktutk, Istanbul, Turkey
Professor Dr Arshin Adib-Moghaddam, London, UK
Dr Shabbir Akhtar, Oxford, UK
Professor Nadje Al-Ali, London, UK
Dr Arif Anis, London, UK
Dr Walter Armbrust, Oxford, UK
Karen Armstrong, London, UK
Professor Masooda Bano, Oxford, UK
Dr Fanny Bauer-Motti, London, UK
Professor Stephen Chan, London, UK
Dr Stephanie Cronin, Oxford, UK
Professor Robert Gombrich, Oxford, UK
Shahid Islam, Bradford, UK
Dr Bilal Hassam, Leeds, UK
Dr Homa Katouzian, Oxford, UK
Ken Loach, UK
Professor Kalypso Nicolaidis, Oxford, UK
Professor Jørgen S. Nielsen, Birmingham, UK
Tanya Cariina Newbury-Smith, Exeter, UK
Dr Ziba Mir-Hosseini, Cambridge, UK
Professor Tariq Modood, Bristol, UK
Professor Ian Neary, Oxford, UK
Peter Oborne, London, UK
Professor Eugene Rogan, Oxford, UK
Dr Behar Sadriu, London, UK
Omar Salha, London, UK
Professor Salman Sayyid, Leeds, UK
Dr Mustapha Sheikh, Leeds, UK
Professor Avi Shlaim, Oxford, UK
Professor Jan Zielonka, Oxford, UK
Professor Leila Ahmed, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
Dr Khaled Abu-El Fadl, Los Angeles, California, USA
Dr Dustin J. Byrd, Olivet, USA
Professor Asma Afsaruddin, Bloomington, Indiana, USA
Dr Ilham AlMahamid, Albany, New York, USA
Ijaz Arif, Roseville, California, USA
Abbas Barzegar, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Dr Hatem Bazian, Berkeley, California, USA
Dr Jonathan Brown, Washington DC, USA
Dr Zahid Bukhari, Frederick, Maryland, USA
Dr Charles Butterworth, Maryland, USA
Salah Eddin Elbakri, Oakland, USA
Professor John Esposito, Washington DC, USA
Dr James H. Faghmous, Stanford, USA
Professor Marianne Farina, Berkeley, California, USA
Dr Alain Gabon, Virginia, USA
Professor Todd Green, Iowa, USA
Dr Ramon Grosfoguel, Berkeley, California, USA
Dr Abdullah bin Hamid Ali, California, USA
Dr Nader Hashemi, Denver, USA
Professor Marcia Hermansen, Chicago, USA
Dr Altaf Husain, Washington, USA
Hussein Khatib, Minnesota, USA
Dalia Mogahed, Washington, USA
Dr Aasim Padela, Chicago, USA
Muslema Purmul, California, USA
Dr Yasir Qadhi, Memphis, TN, USA
Professor Robert Shedinger, Iowa, USA
Dr Dustin J. Byrd, Olivet, USA
Dr Ahmad Sheikh, Cape Girardeau, Missouri, USA
Dr Amina Wadud, Berkeley, California, USA
Hamza Yusuf, Berkeley, California, USA
Dr Farrukh Hakeem, Greensboro, North Carolina, USA


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NOAM CHOMSKY, AMINATA TRAORÉ ET L'ANCIEN ARCHEVÊQUE DE CANTERBURY ROWEN WILLIAMS REJOIGNENT L'APPEL INTERNATIONAL POUR UNE PROCEDURE EQUITABLE POUR TARIQ RAMADAN

“Existe-t-il une forme de justice pour les musulmans en France et une autre pour tous les autres ?”

(23 Juillet 2018) En juin dernier, une “Lettre ouverte” internationale publiée a appelé les autorités françaises à accorder au Professeur Tariq Ramadan ses droits humains et civils les plus élémentaires.

De nouveaux signataires du monde entier se sont joints à cet appel, dont l’éminent linguiste Noam Chomsky, l'ancien Archevêque de Canterbury Rowan Williams, l'historienne Joan W. Scott, l'ancienne ministre malienne de la culture Aminata Traoré, Leila Ahmed de l'université d’Harvard, le journaliste et essayiste Michel Warshawski de Jérusalem, et de la Suisse, Jean Ziegler, vice-président du comité consultatif du Conseil des droits de l’Homme des Nations-Unies, ainsi qu’Erica Deuber Ziegler, historienne.

Les nouveaux signataires du texte, incluent notamment de France les juristes Géraud de la Pradelle et Monique Chemillier-Gendreau, ainsi que Michèle Sibony, membre de l'UJFP et Françoise Duthu ancienne députée européenne.

La lettre réclame le droit du professeur Ramadan à la présomption d'innocence, à une procédure judiciaire équitable ainsi qu’à un traitement juste de la part du système judiciaire français qui a traité de manière largement différente les accusés de crimes quasi identiques.

L'Appel souligne à cet égard, outre un isolement durablement infligé, le fait que “M. Ramadan souffre de sclérose en plaques et de complications neurologiques” et qu'il “ne bénéficie toujours pas d’un traitement médical approprié” (lire le point sur l'enquête établi par Alain Gabon https://www.change.org/p/lib%C3%A9reztariq-ramadan-free-tariq-ramadan/u/22928940).

Cette « Lettre ouverte » avait recueilli des premiers signataires à l'échelle internationale parmi lesquels figuraient : l'auteure britannique Karen Armstrong; le philosophe canadien Charles Taylor; le cinéaste britannique Ken Loach; Dr. Amina Wadud de Berkeley; le journaliste britannique Peter Oborne; le professeur John Esposito de l'université de Georgetown et le théologien Hamza Yusuf. Voir la liste complète ci-dessous.

Malgré la présence à la fois d’une préséance juridique (accusés dans des affaires similaires) et de graves problèmes de santé (fondés sur des évaluations médicales) justifiant la libération sous caution du Pr. Ramadan, il est toujours détenu en détention provisoire dans les conditions les plus difficiles. En conséquence, sa santé se détériore rapidement avec la perte fréquente de sensations dans ses membres, les déplacements d'urgence à l'hôpital, et le recours à un fauteuil roulant.

Face à ces faits choquants, il y a eu une vague de soutien mondial pour le professeur Ramadan - avec un nombre croissant de signataires.

Pas plus tard que la semaine dernière, des manifestants se sont rassemblés devant les ambassades de France à travers le monde pour demander la libération immédiate du Pr. Ramadan et son droit à une procédure régulière.

Avec une attention mondiale fixée sur cette importante affaire, beaucoup ont fait écho à la question posée dans la lettre ouverte : “Existe-t-il une forme de justice pour les musulmans en France et une autre pour tous les autres ?”

“Ce n'est pas à nous de juger de la culpabilité ou de l'innocence du professeur Ramadan” répètent les nouveaux signataires. “Nous reconnaissons pleinement les droits des plaignantes, à ce que leur cause soit entendue sans préjudice ou atteinte à leur honneur. Mais nous souhaitons rappeler au pays qui a affirmé l'inaliénabilité des droits de l'Homme et l'égalité, l'importance du respect des principes qui garantissent l'intégrité de la justice française”.

Il est certain que les développements dans le cas du professeur Tariq Ramadan seront étroitement surveillés comme un véritable test du constitutionnalisme français.

-FIN-

Pour des interviews de médias : freetariqramadan@gmail.com

NOUVEAUX SIGNATAIRES

Dr. Mustafa Ceric, Sarajevo, Bosnie
Professor Dr. Moustafa El-Guindy, Brésil
Professor Dr. Mohamed Ezz El Din Habib, Brésil
Dr. Katherine Bullock, Toronto, Canada
Yakub Mohamed, Toronto, Canada
Professor Géraud de la Pradelle, France
Professor Monique Chemiller- Gendreau, France
Françoise Duthu, France
Michèle Sibony, France
Massimo Campanini, Trento, Italie
Michel Warshawski, Jerusalem
Elma Berisha, Kosovo
Nurul Izzah Ibrahim, Malaisie
Dr. Merve Kavakci, Kuala Lumpur, Malaisie
Aminata Traoré, Bamako, Mali
Abdool Majeed Jeenathally, Maurice
Dr. Tania Saeed, Lahore, Pakistan
Florin Buhaceanu, Roumanie
Jean Ziegler, Genève, Suisse
Erica Deubert Ziegler, Genève, Suisse
Professor Richard Friedli, Suisse
Dr. Sener Aktutk, Istanbul, Turquie
Dr. İbrahim Özdemir, Turquie
Dr. Daud Abdullah, Angleterre
Dr. Fauzia Ahmad, Londres, Angleterre
Dr. Abdul-Azim Ahmed, Angleterre
Dr. Seyed Ali Alavi, Londres, Angleterre
Professor Humayun Ansari, Londres, Angleterre
Mohammed Abdul Aziz, Angleterre
Zaher Berrawi, Londres, Angleterre
Jonathan Bloch, Angleterre
Dr. Radha D’Souza, Londres, Angleterre
Dr. Abdullah Faliq, Londres, Angleterre
Jonathan Fryer, Angleterre
Dr. Bill Gent, Angleterre
Professor Penny Green, Londres, Angleterre
Salim T S Al-Hassani, Angleterre
Anne Gray, Angleterre
Shahid Islam, Bradford, Angleterre
Haifaa Jawad, Birmingham, Angleterre
Professor George Joffe, Londres, Angleterre
Mohammed Kozbar, Londres, Angleterre
Ajmal Masroor, Angleterre
Oliver Mcternan, Angleterre
Dr. Shamim Miah, Huddersfield, Angleterre
Amjad Mohammed-Saleem, Angleterre
Dr. Tamjid Mujtaba, Londres, Angleterre
Dr. Farid Panjwani, Londres, Angleterre
Ismail Patel, Angleterre
Yvonne Ridley, Ecosse, Angleterre
Sir Iqbal Sacranie, Angleterre
Hussain Shefaar, Angleterre
Dr. Ataullah Siddiqui, Angleterre
Imam Fadel Soliman, Angleterre
Baroness Uddin, Angleterre
AbdoolKarim A. Vakil, Londres, Angleterre
Dr. Khursheed Wadia, Warwick, Angleterre
The Rt Revd Dr. Rowan Williams, Cambridge, Angleterre
Dr. Barbara Zollner, Londres, Angleterre
Professor Geaves, Cardiff, Pays de Galles, Royaume Uni
Dr. Mansur Ali, Pays de Galles, Royaume Uni
Professor Leila Ahmed, Cambridge, Etats-Unis
Dr. Muna Ali, Arizona, Etats-Unis
Professor Asma Barlas, New York, Etats-Unis
Dr. Dustin J. Byrd, Olivet, Etats-Unis
Noam Chomsky, Etats-Unis
Shaykh Shaker Elsayed, Washington DC, Etats-Unis
Professor Richard Falk, Princeton, Etats-Unis
Dr. Norman Finkelstein, Etats-Unis
Paola Garcia, New York, Etats-Unis
Dr. Farrukh Hakeem, Greensboro, North Carolina, Etats-Unis
Professor Marcia Hermansen, Chicago, Etats-Unis
Professor Peter Mandaville, Washington DC, Etats-Unis
Shaykh Mustafa Umar, Etats-Unis
Professor Joan Wallach Scott, Princeton, NJ, Etats-Unis



SIGNATAIRES AVANT LE 14 JUIN

Farid Hafez, Salzburg, Autriche
Dr. Malika Hamidi, Bruxelles, Belgique
Dr. Yacob Mahi, Bruxelles, Belgique
Nordine Saïdi, Bruxelles, Belgique
Dr. Ahmet Alibasic, Sarajevo, Bosnie-Herzégovine
Dr. Francirosy Campos Barbosa, Sao Paulo, Brésil
Dr. Nadia Abu-Zahra, Ottawa, Canada
Charles Taylor, Montréal, Canada
Thomas Woodley, Montréal Canada
Houria Bouteldja, Paris, France
Dr. François Burgat, France
Ismahane Chouder, Paris, France
Dr. Sonya Dayan- Herzbrun, Paris, France
Catherine Samary, Paris, France
Dr. Hans-Christian Günther, Freiburg, Allemagne
Professor Dr. Anwar Alam, New Delhi, Inde
Dr. Javad Kashani, Téhéran, Iran
Professor Mohammad Marandi, Téhéran, Iran
Professor Abdulkarim Soroush, Iran
Dr. Mohammed Hashas, Rome, Italie
Hamza Piccardo, Italie
Dr. Mohammad Abdur Rahman Siddiqi, Tokyo, Japan
Dr. Ahmad SAngleterrekar, Beyrouth, Liban
Tengku Ahmad Hazri, Kuala Lumpur, Malaisie
Professor Dr. Mohammad Hashim Kamali, Kuala Lumpur, Malaisie
Anwar Ibrahim, Malaisie
Wan Azizah binti Wan Ismail, Malaisie
Dr. Ahmad Farouk Musa, Kuala Lumpur, Malaisie
Dr. Chandra Muzaffar, Kuala Lumpur, Malaisie
Nurul Izzah Ibrahim, Malaisie
Abdool Majeed Jeenathally, Mauritius
Dr. Paul Aarts, Amsterdam, Les Pays-Bas
Alexander Fluegel, La Hague, Les Pays-Bas
Dr. Ellen van de Bovenkamp, Leiden, Les Pays-Bas
Dr. Hamid Aminoddin Barra, Marawi City, Philippines
Dr. Mutaz Al Khatib, Doha, Qatar
Dr. Mawahib Bakr, Doha, Qatar
Dr. Mohammed Ghaly, Doha, Qatar
Professor Ray Jureidini, Doha, Qatar
Professor Emad El-Din Shahin, Doha, Qatar
Yvonne Ridley, Journaliste & auteure, Ecosse
Professor Farid Esack, Johannesburg, Afrique du Sud
Dr. Quraysha Ismail Sooliman, Pretoria, Afrique du Sud
Jacques Neirynck, Suisse
Dr. Sami Al- Arian,Turquie
Dr. İbrahim Özdemir, Turquie
Dr. Sener Aktutk, Istanbul, Turquie
Professor Dr. Arshin Adib-Moghaddam, Londres, Angleterre
Dr. Shabbir Akhtar, Oxford, Angleterre
Professor Nadje Al-Ali, Londres, Angleterre
Dr. Arif Anis, Londres, Angleterre
Dr. Walter Armbrust, Oxford, Angleterre
Karen Armstrong, Londres, Angleterre
Professor Masooda Bano, Oxford, Angleterre
Dr. Fanny Bauer-Motti, Londres, Angleterre
Professor Stephen Chan, Londres, Angleterre
Dr. Stephanie Cronin, Oxford, Angleterre
Professor Robert Gombrich, Oxford, Angleterre
Shahid Islam, Bradford, Angleterre
Dr. Bilal Hassam, Leeds, Angleterre
Dr. Homa Katouzian, Oxford, Angleterre
Ken Loach, Angleterre
Professor Kalypso Nicolaidis, Oxford, Angleterre
Professor Jørgen S. Nielsen, Birmingham, Angleterre
Tanya Cariina Newbury-Smith, Exeter, Angleterre
Dr. Ziba Mir-Hosseini, Cambridge, Angleterre
Professor Tariq Modood, Bristol, Angleterre
Professor Ian Neary, Oxford, Angleterre
Peter Oborne, Londres, Angleterre
Professor Eugene Rogan, Oxford, Angleterre
Dr. Behar Sadriu, Londres, Angleterre
Omar Salha, Londres, Angleterre
Professor Salman Sayyid, Leeds, Angleterre
Dr. Mustapha Sheikh, Leeds, Angleterre
Professor Avi Shlaim, Oxford, Angleterre
Professor Jan Zielonka, Oxford, Angleterre
Professor Leila Ahmed, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Etats-Unis
Dr. Khaled Abu-El Fadl, Los Angeles, Californie, Etats-Unis
Dr. Dustin J. Byrd, Olivet, Etats-Unis
Professor Asma Afsaruddin, Bloomington, Indiana, Etats-Unis
Dr. Ilham AlMahamid, Albany, New York, Etats-Unis
Ijaz Arif, Roseville, Californie, Etats-Unis
Abbas Barzegar, Atlanta, Georgia, Etats-Unis
Dr. Hatem Bazian, Berkeley, Californie, Etats-Unis
Dr. Jonathan Brown, Washington DC, Etats-Unis
Dr. Zahid BAngleterrehari, Frederick, Maryland, Etats-Unis
Dr. Charles Butterworth, Maryland, Etats-Unis
Salah Eddin Elbakri, Oakland, Etats-Unis
Professor John Esposito, Washington DC, Etats-Unis
Dr. James H. Faghmous, Stanford, Etats-Unis
Professor Marianne Farina, Berkeley, Californie, Etats-Unis
Dr. Alain Gabon, Virginia, Etats-Unis
Professor Todd Green, Iowa, Etats-Unis
Dr. Ramon Grosfoguel, Berkeley, Californie, Etats-Unis
Dr. Abdullah bin Hamid Ali, Californie, Etats-Unis
Dr. Nader Hashemi, Denver, Etats-Unis
Professor Marcia Hermansen, Chicago, Etats-Unis
Dr. Altaf Husain, Washington, Etats-Unis
Hussein Khatib, Minnesota, Etats-Unis
Dalia Mogahed, Washington, Etats-Unis
Dr. Aasim Padela, Chicago, Etats-Unis
Muslema Purmul, Californie, Etats-Unis
Dr. Yasir Qadhi, Memphis, TN, Etats-Unis
Professor Robert Shedinger, Iowa, Etats-Unis
Dr. Dustin J. Byrd, Olivet, Etats-Unis
Dr. Ahmad Sheikh, Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Etats-Unis
Dr. Amina Wadud, Berkeley, Californie, Etats-Unis
Hamza Yusuf, Berkeley, Californie, Etats-Unis
Dr. Farrukh Hakeem, Greensboro, Caroline du Nord, Etats-Unis


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