Shireen Qudosi

is creating articles, podcasts , videos, and books

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Thank you for listening, for your trust, and your support. I'm a writer and speaker exploring faith, identity and belonging. On my Patreon page, you'll get access to issues on Islamic Reform and join me in mapping the issues central to conversations on human dignity. 




I'm a writer and speaker exploring faith, identity and belonging in an evolving world. My work has been published with The Federalist, The Hill, On Being, Women in the World, The Middle East Forum, and more. A keynote writing includes a two-hour exclusive interview with imam Abu Taubah (audio below), who was linked to Orlando Shooter Omar Mateen. It was a vivid portrait on the complexities of interlocking identities in the war against extremism. In 2016, I testified before the House Homeland Security Committee Hearing on radical Islam, offering a testimony that tied the current crisis to Islam’s origin story and painting Islam as a code that can be reworked. In the years since, I've been working on human rights issues from anti-FGM campaigns to preventing violent extremism across a broad spectrum of ideologies. I'm currently writing my first book, Islam's Origin Story. 

* Views of speakers are their own. 
Goals
$49 of $4,000 per month
When I reach $4,000 per month, I'll start a special video series on how to become a reformer.

When one of us falls, there should be tens of thousands of other reformers who are better and stronger than we were. This video series is a hyper speed pass to help people who want to speak out, and it will set them free, to be better, faster. For everyone else, it will help you build and work with that army.
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Thank you for listening, for your trust, and your support. I'm a writer and speaker exploring faith, identity and belonging. On my Patreon page, you'll get access to issues on Islamic Reform and join me in mapping the issues central to conversations on human dignity. 




I'm a writer and speaker exploring faith, identity and belonging in an evolving world. My work has been published with The Federalist, The Hill, On Being, Women in the World, The Middle East Forum, and more. A keynote writing includes a two-hour exclusive interview with imam Abu Taubah (audio below), who was linked to Orlando Shooter Omar Mateen. It was a vivid portrait on the complexities of interlocking identities in the war against extremism. In 2016, I testified before the House Homeland Security Committee Hearing on radical Islam, offering a testimony that tied the current crisis to Islam’s origin story and painting Islam as a code that can be reworked. In the years since, I've been working on human rights issues from anti-FGM campaigns to preventing violent extremism across a broad spectrum of ideologies. I'm currently writing my first book, Islam's Origin Story. 

* Views of speakers are their own. 

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