Founder represents Arab Bureau at JW3

Last August, I represented Arab Research & Advocacy Bureau at Keith Kahn-Harris’ book launch. His book, Strange Hate, discusses the evolving nature of antisemitism and its abuses by those on the extremities of the political spectrum.

The event took place at Jewish community centre JW3 in London, UK, and both turnout and feedback was positive. At the talk, I provided an Arab perspective on the similarities and differences of antisemitism and Islamophobia.

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