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Dalia  Ghanem-Yazbeck
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Dalia Ghanem-Yazbeck

Dr Dalia Ghanem-Yazbeck is a research analyst at the Carnegie Middle East Center in Beirut. She is an expert on extreme violence, and terrorism, with a focus on Islamism and jihadism in Algeria. She has been a guest speaker in various conferences and she has published on political and extremist violence, including work on Islamism in Algeria, the DRS and the "pouvoir" but also on the participation of women in jihadi groups and articles about the Islamic State.
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Fabienne Dupuis

Fabienne Dupuis @FabDupuis

Fabienne Dupuis has been working as a freelance travel journalist for almost a decade, endlessly roving around the planet and more particularly the Middle East.
Fadi Elhusseini

Fadi Elhusseini @FElhusseini

Fadi is a political and media counselor in Turkey. He is an associate research fellow (ESRC) at the Institute for Middle East Studies-Canada and a doctoral candidate...
Fadi Ghandour

Fadi Ghandour @fadig

Fadi Ghandour is the Chairman of Wamda and Founder and Vice Chairman of Aramex, one of the leading logistics and transportation companies in the Middle East and South Asia.
Farah  I. Abdel Sater

Farah I. Abdel Sater @FarahAbdelSater

Farah is the Media and Communication Associate at the United Nations Population Fund - Lebanon, Founder of philanthropic feminist initiative SAMRA (Supporting And...
Farooq Aftab

Farooq Aftab

Farooq is a national Spokesperson for the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association, a registered charity and the UK's oldest and largest Muslim youth organisation....
Farrah  Berrou

Farrah Berrou @farrahberrou

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Farzana Marie

Farzana Marie @farzanamarie

Farzana is a poet and PhD student at University of Arizona’s School of Middle Eastern and North Africa Studies, where she focuses on Persian Literature and...
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Faten Bushehri @Fatenhbu

Faten is a Bahraini freelance journalist and a human and civil rights advocate. She is currently pursuing her Master degree in Journalism, Media and Globalisation...
Fatima Hanan Elreda

Fatima Hanan Elreda @hananelreda

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Fatma Bassiouni

Fatma Bassiouni @fbassiouni

Fatma Bassiouni is a member of the International Law Association (ILA), and the Cairo-based informal advocacy group, Voice of Egyptian Women. She has a twelve year...
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Feras Klenk

Feras Klenk

Feras is a Research Fellow with the Southwest Initiative for the Study of Middle East Conflicts (SISMEC), and a PhD Student in the School of Middle East and North...
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Fiona Dunlop

Fiona Dunlop @ffdunlop

Fiona is a London-based travel and food writer. She has written numerous travel-guides, food-books which include The North African Kitchen and Real Tapas, and contributed...
Firas Kay

Firas Kay @inheadkay

Firas Kay was born in Tripoli, Lebanon. He graduated from the American University of Beirut in 2009 with a degree in computer science. He is currently based in London...
Fouad Kemache

Fouad Kemache @FouadKemache

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Francesco De Lellis

Francesco De Lellis

Francesco is a Ph.D candidate in Middle East Politics at the University of Naples L'Orientale. His research interests are focused on social movements in the...
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Frédéric Volpi

Frédéric Volpi

Frédéric is Senior Lecturer at the University of St Andrews. His latest books are Political Islam Observed: Disciplinary Perspectives (Columbia University...
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Frida Lundgren

Frida Lundgren @teaspoonoflemon

Frida runs the blog 'A teaspoon of (لیمون) zest', where she covers "anything positive about the Middle East & South Asia." Visit: