America's Security and Islam
The St. Francis College Fine Arts Department welcomed Professor Yassin El-Ayouty to speak about America's Security and Islam on November 2, 2015.
Dr. El-Ayouty recently completed the book, Transformation of Egypt Through Revolution: Issue Analysis from the Fall of Mubarak (2011) to the Rise of El-Sisi (2014), which collects his posts from the blog, Tahrir Forever.
Dr. Yassin El-Ayouty is a retired United Nations Principal Officer and founder and president of SUNSGLOW-Global Training in the Rule of Law whose mission is to provide judicial and legal training. Dr. El-Ayouty specializes in legal and judicial reform, international humanitarian law, terrorism and the law and Islamic jurisprudence. He has worked for the United Nations as spokesperson for the U.N. during the Algerian War of independence, Secretary of the U.N. Council for Namibia and an investigating into the legal and tribal ramifications of the conflict in Darfur. Most recently he helped represent and secure the release of Associated Press photojournalist Bilal Hussein Zeydan who was detained by the US military in Iraq for two years.