Who Speaks for Islam?
Dalia Mogahed talked about the book she co-authored, Who Speaks For Islam?: What a Billion Muslims Really Think. She described her research for the book for which her team interviewed a sample of 1,000 people from each of 35 majority Muslim countries over a period of six years. She said one of the biggest misconceptions among Muslims was that the West does not care about them. She responded to telephone calls and electronic mail. close
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Dalia Mogahed Executive Director Gallup->Center for Muslim Studies
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