Democracy in the Muslim World
Panelists spoke about democracy in the Muslim world with high school exchange students from countries with predominantly Muslim… read more
Panelists spoke about democracy in the Muslim world with high school exchange students from countries with predominantly Muslim populations. Topics included the level of interest for democracy and democratic reforms in the Muslim world, disputes between Islamic institutions and democratic movements, governmental approaches to civil liberties in the Muslim world, and differing views of freedom.
The program was held in the McGowen Theater of the National Archives. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Ali al-Ahmed Director Institute for Gulf Affairs
- Ziad Asali M.D. Founder and President American Task Force on Palestine
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