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Dua Kumail + Presentation: Growing Muslim population in Europe & North America: Issues and concerns

Professor Mehtab Syed Karim, Senior Fellow in the School of Public Policy at George Mason University in Virginia, is our guest speaker this Thursday and will discuss "Growing Muslim population in Europe & North America: Issues and concerns".
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Dua Kumail + Presentation: Growing Muslim population in Europe & North America: Issues and concerns

Time & Location

Feb 18, 8:00 PM – 9:45 PM PST
http://www.youtube.com/c/imancenterkirkland

About The Event

Professor Mehtab Syed Karim, a distinguished Senior Fellow in the School of Public Policy at George Mason University in Virginia is our guest speaker this Thursday to discuss:  "Growing Muslim population in Europe & North America: Issues and concerns".

Over the past 50 years the number of Muslims in Europe and North America has grown substantially, mainly due to immigration from South Asian, West Asian and North African countries. Besides, substantial number of indigenous Muslims have been living in some European countries as well as in the United states. Since the Iranian revolution in general and post 9/11 in particular, in many Western countries there is a growing concern about the demographic growth of Muslims, which will be discussed in the webinar along with some relevant issues.

Listen                : Live Stream

Join                    : Interactive Session

Program:          : 8:00 PM Dua Kumail Recitation

                           : 8:30 PM Presentation by Professor Mehtab Syed Karim

                           : 9:15 PM Q&A

Professor Mehtab Syed Karim has over about four decades of professional experience working at universities and research organizations in USA, Pakistan and UK. At present he is a distinguished Senior Fellow in the School of Public Policy at George Mason University in Virginia, where earlier he was a Research Professor. After completing his Masters in Social Science from the University of Chicago and PhD in Demography from Cornell University, he held research and teaching assignments at the East-West Center in Hawaii; Aga Khan University in Karachi, Pakistan; Princeton University in NJ, Johns Hopkins University in MD and  London School of Economics in  UK. On several occasions he also served as a consultant to the United Nations in New York and the World Bank in Washington, DC.

Over the past two decades he has travelled extensively in over two dozen Muslim-majority countries and has co-authored two books “Islam, the State and Population” and “Future of the Global Muslim Population”. Besides he has published over 60 research articles. Presently, he is conducting research on “Immigrants and people of South Asian and Middle-Eastern descent in America” and “Demographic trends and their consequences: examples from West Asian and North African countries”

Dr. Karim has been an invited speaker at over four dozen universities and research institutes in Asia; Australia; the Middle-East; Africa; Latin America; Europe and North America.

Registration is Closed