South African Ambassador to Lead Discussion on Civic Approaches to Religious Radicalism

Ebrahim Rasool

Georgia State University and the Carter Center are proud to welcome Ebrahim Rasool, the South African Ambassador to the United States. Ambassador Rasool will lead a discsussion entitled “Disarming a Vigilante Militia: Lessons from Cape Town, South Africa,” in which he will discuss his role in the peacful disarmament of the Muslim extremist organization PAGAD (People Against Gangsterism and Drugs).

The event will be held on Wednesday, April 17 from 5:00-7:30 at the Commerce Club, 191 Peachtree St. NE, 49th floor, Lane Room A.

Attendance is free and open to the public. Please contact Dr. Abass Barzegar (Assistant Professor  of Religious Studies) at civicapproaches@gsu.edu to reserve a seat.

Additional information about the presentation can be found at: http://www2.gsu.edu/~cacr/

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2 Responses to South African Ambassador to Lead Discussion on Civic Approaches to Religious Radicalism

  1. Shahrokh Mafi says:

    I was very much eager to attend His Excellency Ambassador Rasool’s lecture. I am sorry, because of another engagement that I was committed to I had to miss the opportunity. Is it possible to have a copy of Ambassador Ebrahim Rasool’s talk? I would be happy to purchase any publication which could print the Ambassador’s speech. Or if necessary, I would be happy to pay for the cost of coping the speech.
    Respectfully
    Shahrokh Mafi

  2. Sarah says:

    Hello Shahrokh! To find out more about this event, please contact the hosting department: Dr. Abass Barzegar at civicapproaches@gsu.edu was the individual in charge of organizing registration, so that would be a good place to begin. Hope this helps, and good luck.