Film, Video Who Speaks for Islam?

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Who Speaks for Islam?
The Near East Section of the African and Middle Eastern Division presented, as part of the series "Beyond the Islamist Discourse: Muslims Look at Their Societies," John Esposito, who discussed "Who Speaks for Islam?"
Event Date
April 11, 2008
-  John Esposito is director of the Waleed bin Talal Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding at Georgetown University.
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African and Middle Eastern Division:
Running Time
50 minutes, 14 seconds
Online Format

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