Re-Imagining National Security with Muslim Public Affairs Council President, Salam al-Marayati on CTSJ's The Matrix

Thursday, September 30th at 12pm Pacific

CTSJ's the Matrix hosts a conversation with MPAC's President on the abuses of State power that threaten all Americans. 

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Sep30
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
2021-09-30 12:00:00 2021-09-30 13:00:00 Re-Imagining National Security with Muslim Public Affairs Council President, Salam al-Marayati on CTSJ's The Matrix

Salam al-Marayati is President and Co-Founder of the Muslim Public Affairs Council and is nationally recognized for his commitment to improving the public understanding of Islam and policies impacting American Muslims. He oversees MPAC’s groundbreaking civic engagement, public policy, and advocacy work. He is an expert on Islam in the West, Muslim reform movements, human rights, democracy, national security, and Middle East politics. He has spoken at the White House, Capitol Hill and represented the U.S. at international human rights and religious freedom conferences.His writings have appeared in every major national news publication (including the New York Times, Wall Street JournalWashington Post, and Los Angeles Times).

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Event Date: Thursday, September 30, 2021

Salam al-Marayati is President and Co-Founder of the Muslim Public Affairs Council and is nationally recognized for his commitment to improving the public understanding of Islam and policies impacting American Muslims. He oversees MPAC’s groundbreaking civic engagement, public policy, and advocacy work. He is an expert on Islam in the West, Muslim reform movements, human rights, democracy, national security, and Middle East politics. He has spoken at the White House, Capitol Hill and represented the U.S. at international human rights and religious freedom conferences.His writings have appeared in every major national news publication (including the New York Times, Wall Street JournalWashington Post, and Los Angeles Times).