This report covers the issue of higher education in Yemen amidst war and turmoil, and was published at al-Fanar Media.
This panel discussion, recorded for NPR’s 1A radio show, was around the positive representation of Muslims in Hollywood.
Aasif Mandvi Actor; co-writer and star of the Peabody Award-winning Web series “Halal In The Family.”
Melena Ryzik Culture reporter, The New York Times.
Reza Aslan Host, “Believer” on CNN; TV producer; author of “No God But God: The Origins, Evolution and Future of Islam.”
Waleed Mahdi Assistant professor of US-Arab Cultural Politics at The University of Oklahoma.
This public interview was conducted by Dr. Joshua Landis, the director of the Center of Middle East Studies at the University of Oklahoma.
In this interview, we discuss the possibility of peace in Yemen or its lack thereof. The interview provides an idea about the fragile nature of the political revolutionary process since 2011, which has fractured state power through military division, sectarian unrest, tribal conflict, regional disunity, and partisan polarization. It answers questions like: Who are the Yemeni warring parties? How are the regional and international power players implicated in the conflict? What is the prospect of peace amidst serious concerns of a humanitarian crisis?
An Interview in Arabic with al-Sabah Tunisian Newspaper about contemporary US-Arab issues.
An interview in Arabic for a Radio Sawa report about Arabs in Hollywood
This interview in Arabic featured an account of my experience as a student in the United States.
This is the English translation of an originally published interview in Arabic in Al-Awan website.
تم نشر هذة المقابلة في مجلة الأوآن الالكترونية
In this interview, I discuss the visual representations of Arab Americans in Hollywood, Egyptian, and Arab American filmmaking. This interview was conducted by Ahmed Tharwat, host of Belahdan, a show with an accent to those without one.
This interview summarizes my PhD dissertation project.