The Arches Quarterly Analysis

Anas Altikriti

The Arches Quarterly Analysis| Anas Altikriti

Muhammad ‘Abd al-Haqq

The Cordoba Foundation presents its Spring / Summer 2011 edition of Arches Quarterly, a journal providing  analysis of the issues and developments in  dialogue, civilizations, and a rapprochement between Islam and the West.

Insha’Allah we will be presenting an analysis and op-ed of this publication, beginning from the beginning and up until the most recent issues.

Below is a video with Anas Altikriti talking about the issue of Islam and the Media.

Anas Altikriti is President and founder of the Cordoba Foundation. A leading figure in the British Anti-War movement, Altikriti also served as president of the Muslim Association of Britain between 2004 and 2005.

Altikriti holds an MSc in Translation and Interpreting. He teaches translation and interpreting on part-time basis at Leeds University. He headed the Respect Yorkshire and Humberside slate for the European elections in 2004.

Altikriti organised more than twenty major demonstrations including the demonstration against the Iraq war organized in London on February 15, 2003. He was also special envoy to Iraq to negotiate the release of Western hostages. As a commentator in the International and Arab media (e.g. BBC, CNN, ABC, SKY, Al-Jazeera, etc.) on Muslim and current affairs, he has appeared on HARDtalk and the Doha Debates (both withTim Sebastian), ‘Lateline’ on Australian ABC and BBC’s Newsnight as well as a number of prominent programs on a variety of international channels. Altikriti has contributed a number of articles to The Guardian, Al-Ahram Weekly and Islam Online.

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