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Speakers include Robin Yassin-Kassab and Joshua Castellino in conversation with Ziauddin Sardar,
introduced by Joshua Castellino.
Book: ‘The Arabs Are Alive’ Critical Muslim, Vol.1
Location: Hendon Town Hall Chamber
Further information: This event is open to anyone who would like to attend, but please confirm your place by emailing Christiana Frandzis: email@example.com
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