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Raymond Ibrahim is an "American scholar of Arabic history and language.[1]

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Biography

Ibrahim was born in 1973 in the United States to Egyptian Coptic immigrants. He is fluent in Arabic and English. Ibrahim studied at California State University, Fresno, where he wrote a Master's thesis under the renowned historian Victor Davis Hanson on an early military encounter between Islam and Byzantium based on medieval Arabic and Greek texts. Ibrahim also took graduate courses at Georgetown University's Center of Contemporary Arab Studies and is studying toward the PhD in medieval Islamic history at Catholic University.

Career

Ibrahim was previously an Arab language specialist for the Near East section of the Library of Congress.[2] He is associate director of the Middle East Forum.

Ibrahim is the author of The Al-Qaeda Reader. [3]

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References

  1. ^ Terrorist letter's validity doubted, October 18, 2005, Washington Times, [ http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2005/oct/18/20051018-095334-5433r/]
  2. ^ Bin Laden writings to be translated, AP, 1/20/2005 [1]
  3. ^ In Their Own Words, Washington Post, Oct 7, 2007.
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