An Arab-American of Egyptian origin, I teach law at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law. My primary research interests are Islamic law and liberalism.
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- "Most commentators portray the election of the Islamist party Ennahda after the (cont)
- Morsi’s First Six Months — an Appraisal (Part II)
- Morsi’s First Six Months — An Appraisal (Part I)
- Bassem Youssef Accused of Insulting the President; A Response to a Friend
- Dostour Party, Ottawa Chapter Roundtable on the Egyptian Constitutional Crisis, Dec. 8, 2012
- Part III (and last part) of My Response to Khaled Fahmy’s “32 Reasons to Vote No” on the Draft Constitution
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