Professor taps Muslim opinion at home and abroad

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c. 2008 Religion News Service PRINCETON, N.J. _ On the streets of the Arab world, Amaney Jamal, a Princeton University politics professor, asks the kinds of questions that can get her put under surveillance, kicked out of the country, thrown in jail or worse. At 37, she is among a new crop of street-reporting academics […]

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