For Stockton University Professor Nazia Kazi, "the bloodstained hands of U.S. global dominance" always seem to be the elephant in the room.
For Stockton University Professor Nazia Kazi, President Barack Obama in his announcement of Osama bin Laden's May 2, 2011, killing was "easily washing the bloodstained hands of U.S. global dominance." Such America-hating, leftist cant characterized her February 19 lecture at Georgetown University's Saudi-established Prince Alwaleed bin Talal Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding (ACMCU).
ACMCU's Bridge Initiative against "Islamophobia" hosted Kazi for a presentation of her latest book Islamophobia, Race, and Global Politics, before many Georgetown faculty and staff among an audience of about thirty. ACMCU professors Jonathan Brown, Yvonne Haddad, Tamera Sonn, and John Voll appeared with Bridge Initiative associates Susan Douglass and Jordan Denari Duffner. From the wider Georgetown faculty came Muslim chaplain Yahya Hendi and terrorism expert Bruce Hoffman. Former Foreign Service Officer Benjamin Tua joined, as did former CATO Institute scholar Stanley Kober.
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