Shireen Qudosi

National Correspondent

Shireen Qudosi serves as Clarion Project’s National Correspondent and leads its Preventing Violent Extremism program.

Shireen has been featured in The Federalist, OANN,The Hill, Fox News, BBC, Women in the World, The Federalist Society, On Being, 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 Pulse Nightclub shooter Omar Mateen. Shireen also 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.
 
A former refugee raised across three continents, Shireen has a unique perspective on the issues facing vulnerable population groups and how exposure to extremist propaganda impacts them. Shireen was named one of the top 10 North American Muslim Reformers by journalist Christine Williams, and has served as a participant in the exclusive cohort held by University of Southern California’s Center for Religion and Civic Culture. Shireen is well-noted for her ability to unite diverse groups of leaders on issue campaigns. 
 

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Between the range of extremist ideologies from Islamism to neo-Nazis, Clarion Project also identifies a subculture that shapes how these ideologies evolve and influence.

 

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Clarion Project’s podcasts hosts intimate conversations on identity and belonging. How do extremists exploit vulnerabilities and what can be meaningfully done to challenge extremist ideologies?
 

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