Khaled A Beydoun is a scholar on Islamophobia, civil liberties and constitutional law. He lectures frequently and regularly writes for leading media outlets. His 2008 book, American Islamophobia: The Roots and Rise of Fear has been published to wide acclaim, and will be followed in 2023 with his new book, The New Crusades: Islamophobia and the Global War on Muslims. He serves as Associate Professor of Law at the Wayne State University School of Law, and currently serves on the US Commission for Civil Rights. In a Twitter campaign, Beydoun asked his followers to “Boycott the 2022 Olympics in Beijing China — where a Uyghur Muslim genocide is currently taking place,” and he has raised awareness and millions of dollars for humanitarian causes. Beydoun holds degree from the University of Michigan, UCLA and Harvard.
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