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In the post-9/11 era, Muslim populations in the U.S. and throughout the West have come under intense scrutiny, primarily for security reasons but also for the social and cultural repercussions of their presence. The panel examined the pressures upon Muslim communities in the U.S., addressing such questions as: How should a community's civil rights and civil liberties be balanced against security concerns? What measures is the U.S. government taking to build relationships with American Muslims and is there room for improvement? How does the integration of Muslim communities differ between the U.S. and other Western countries? How are American Muslims represented in political life and in civil society? Are American Muslims poised to serve as ambassadors between the Islamic world and the West?
Wednesday, March 22 nd , 2006, 6:30 - 8:30 pm. NYU's Silver Center for Arts and Science, Jurow Lecture Hall, 100 Washington Square East, New York, New York.Back to the top.
Lecture by Dr. Tarek Masoud
New York University’s Silver Center — Jurow Hall
March 14, 2013
Co–sponsored with the Foreign Policy Association and the World Affairs Councils of America
University of Manouba, Faculty of Letters, Arts and Humanities
February 21 — 22, 2013