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HC Diversity Week and the Public and World Affairs Club bring you

"Islam and Saudi Arabia"
(Wahhabism, oil, Sharia law, womens' rights, Iraq, etc.)
Please join us when
Three speakers give three seminars in two days at Huntingdon:

"The History of US-Saudi Relations" [Notes]
for the PSC 212 American Policymaking Systems class
in Flowers 101 on Monday March 1, 2004 at 9am.

"Diversity in Islam"
for the AWAC | Great Decisions program in Flowers 101 on Monday March 1 at 4:00 pm.

"How Laws Are Made and Enforced in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia"
for the PSC 305 Presidency and Congress class
on Tuesday March 2 in Smith 104 at 9:30 am.

They are also speaking to the AWAC
(Alabama World Affairs Council)
at a lunch seminar Tuesday March 2 at noon at the Capitol City Club.

The speakers are a leading Saudi media personality and a leading international business executive,
western educated, and speaking fluent English.
Tour sponsored by the Saudi embassy and Chamber of Commerce.

HC Contact: Dr. Jeremy Lewis, ext. 4521.

The Delegation:

(A) Mrs. Samar Fatany
·   Senior Announcer, Talk Show Host and Radio Journalist for Radio Jeddah.
·   BA in Mass Communications from Cairo University , Egypt. BBC Media Course Training.
·  Mrs. Fatany is the best known female radio personality in the kingdom. She has covered all major events and affairs in her country & conducted numerous high-level interviews with foreign & local officials and opinion leaders.
·  Her English is fluent.

(B) Mr. Omar A. Bahlaiwa
·  Secretary General, Saudi Committee on Development of International Trade.
·  BS in Electrical Engineering from King Saud University. English language Diploma from
Georgia Institute of Technology. Industrial Training at Stone & Webster.
·  Mr. Bahlaiwa has worked for several companies as well as the Saudi Industrial
Development Fund.
·  His English is fluent.

Vaughan Fitzpatrick