U.S. - Islamic World Forum 9 – 11 June 2014
Qatar, already host to annual "US – Islamic World Forum", organized by the Permanent Committee for Organizing Conferences, and involving the elite group of the finest elements, experiences and minds in the world of politicians, officials and academics and opinion leaders, religious leaders, businessmen and prominent journalists from the United States and all parts of the Islamic world (from Senegal to Indonesia)to act as a body to hold annual meetings between leaders and Officials from the United States and the Islamic World. It is an opportunity to enhance formal dialogue thanks to the vision and support of His Highness the Emir with the aim of building a bridge between the West and the Islamic world (government/ civil society/ private sector).
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Forum themes:
The Future of the United States
in the Middle East and South Asia.
The Conflict in Syria.
Are Jihadis Winning the Arab Spring?.
Defining the Future: Palestinian Voices.
Accommodating Religious Diversity.
William McCants Introduces 2014 U.S.-Islamic World Forum