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Clarion’s David Harris explains more about the need and what the free workshops and webinars will give you.
All children should have a peaceful upbringing and the opportunity to pursue a meaningful life. But today, radical regimes and organizations systematically indoctrinate the next generation of kids to embrace violence and hatred.
This radicalization is happening at home, in the United States. Extremists use new methods, such as social media, to reach a broader audience and lure Western teenagers into joining terrorist organizations.
Raheel Raza is on Clarion Project’s advisory board, one of the activists featured in Honor Diaries, the President of The Council for Muslims Facing Tomorrow, author of the book Their Jihad – Not My Jihad, an award-winning journalist, and an activist for human rights, gender equality, and dignity in diversity.
Raheel is a Distinguished Senior Fellow with The Gatestone Institute and has addressed audiences at universities around the world, including Harvard, Columbia, Oxford, and Cambridge.
She has also been invited to speak before the parliaments of Sweden, UK, Israel, and to Capitol Hill in Washington, DC.
Shireen Qudosi serves as Clarion Project’s National Correspondent. Her work has been published in The Federalist, On Being, Women in the World, The Middle East Forum, and more. Her keynote writings also include an in-depth assessment on the War on Terror through the lens of WWII and a two-hour exclusive interview with radical Imam Abu Taubah, who was linked to Orlando Shooter Omar Mateen. In 2016, Shireen testified before the House Homeland Security Committee Hearing on radical Islam, offering a powerful testimony that tied the current crisis to Islam’s origin story.
Shireen’s experience has given her insight in forecasting where the conversation among the world’s leading secular and religious Islamic leaders is heading. She is also deeply interested in personal narratives as instruments for change. As a former refugee raised across three continents, she has a unique perspective of the issues facing the U.S. and global Muslim community. In 2011, Shireen was named one of the top ten North American Muslim Reformers by journalist Christine Williams.
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