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Amine Gemayel

Former President of Lebanon.


Contribution: Religious Pluralism in the Middle East: A Challenge to the International Community


Taner Akçam

Professor of History; Robert Aram, Marianne Kaloosdian and Stephen and Marian Mugar Chair in Armenian Genocide Studies, Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts.


Contribution: The Anatomy of Religious Cleansing: Non-Muslims in the Ottoman Empire (1914-1918)


Bassam Tibi

Professor emeritus of International Relations, University of Göttingen, Germany.


Contribution: The Middle East Uprisings and the Fate of Religious Minorities in a Shari'a-State: US-Support for Islamist Rule


Hannibal Travis

Professor of Law, Florida International University, Miami.


Contribution: Preventing Genocide in the Middle East: The Continuing Relevance of the Ottoman Experience and the Problem of Bias within the United Nations


Michael Nazir-Ali

Former Bishop of Rochester, UK.


Contribution: The "Arab Spring" and its Aftermath: Implications for Muslim-Christian Relations


Habib Malik

Associate Professor of History and Cultural Studies, Lebanese American University (LAU), Byblos.


Contribution: Syria, the "Arab Spring," and the Future of Christians and other Religious Minorities


© Daniel Pipes

Daniel Pipes

Historian and writer; president of the Middle East Forum


Contribution: Religious Minorities in an Increasingly Intolerant Middle East


Daniel Williams

Journalist and author


Contribution: Forsaken: The Persecution of Christians in Today's Middle East


Madawi Al-Rasheed

Visiting Professor, Middle East Centre, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)


Contribution: Saudi Regional Interventions in the Middle East: Consequences for Local Societies