Events

10

Nov
2020
E-Symposium
TRENDS First Annual Political Islam E-Forum
Path to Caliphate- The Truth Behind Muslim Brotherhood Project

Brotherhood and the Media: Between Ideology and Politics

TRENDS YouTube Channel

This symposium discussed the following topics:
  • The declared and concealed features and objectives of the Brotherhood’s media rhetoric
  • The duality of the Muslim Brotherhood media rhetoric
  • The Brotherhood’s media wings: Funding and sources of support
  • Brotherhood and the digital media: Between employment and impact
  • The future of the Muslim Brotherhood media rhetoric
 

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Introductory Video
Moderator
Akil Yunus
Akil Yunus
Research Manager, IMAN Research - Malaysia
Speakers
Dr Basil Photo Dr. Hani Nasira Dr. Nicholas Ryder photo Dr. Najat Al-Saied
Dr. Basil Basheer Dr. Hani Nasira Dr. Nicholas Ryder Dr. Najat Al-Saied
Researcher, Specialist on Political Islam Studies - TRENDS Research & Advisory - UAE
Writer and Political Expert, The Arab Institute for Studies - Egypt
Professor of Financial Crime University of the West of England - UK
Independent Researcher in Political Communication and Development , KSA-USA
Dr. Noha Mellor photo صورة محمد خلفان الصوافيF Dr. Jonathan Matusitz photo Yotam Feldner
Dr. Noha Mellor Mohammed Al-Sawwafi Dr. Jonathan Matusitz Yotam Feldner
Academic , UK
Director of the Parliamentary Media Department, UAE Federal National Council - UAE Associate Professor, Nicholson School of Communication, University of Central Florida - USA Director, MEMRI-TV - Israel
Proceedings
 7.00 P.M.
Welcoming Remarks
Akil Yunus
Research Manager, IMAN Research, Malaysia
 7.05 P.M.
The declared and concealed features and objectives of the Brotherhood’s media rhetoric
Dr. Basil Basheer
Researcher, TRENDS Research & Advisory, United Arab Emirates
7.15 P.M. The duality of the Muslim Brotherhood media rhetoric
Dr. Hani Nasira
Writer and Political Expert, Arab News Research & Studies Unit, Egypt
7.25 P.M. Yotam Feldner
Director, MEMRI-TV, Israel
 7.35 P.M.
The Brotherhood’s media wings: Funding and sources of support
Dr. Nicholas Ryder
Professor of Financial Crime, The University of the West of England, United Kingdom
7.45 P.M. Brotherhood and the digital media: Between employment and impact
Dr. Najat Al Saied
Independent Researcher in Political Communication and Development, United States of America
7.55 P.M. Dr. Jonathan Matusitz
Associate Professor, Nicholson School of Communication, University of Central Florida, United States of America
8.05 P.M. The future of the Muslim Brotherhood media rhetoric
Dr. Noha Mellor
Academic, United Kingdom
8.15 P.M. Mohammed Al Sawwafi
Director of the Parliamentary Media Department, UAE Federal National Council, United Arab Emirates
8.25 P.M. Open Discussion
8.55 P.M. Closing Remarks
Akil Yunus
Research Manager, IMAN Research, Malaysia
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