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Professor of Islam, Democracy and Civil Society, Department of Political Science and Public Law, Faculty of Legal, Economic and Social Sciences, Hassan I University, Settat.
Doctor of State in political communication. Former associate professor at the Department of Sociology.
Visiting researcher at the MCD Chair, University of Quebec (Montreal, Canada)
Breaking Ramadan in the city centre. The public presentation of a young Muslim association
By Federico Biasca and Guillaume Chatagny "This article presents, describes, and analyses an event for breaking the fast organized in the public sphere by a local association of young Muslims in...
Exclusively for Adherents of ‘Divinely Revealed’ Religions?
How did the preparatory work for the Egyptian constitutions discuss issues of freedom of religion and belief? « The term “divinely revealed religions” is used in the constitution, laws, and some...
Religious Pluralism in Post-“Arab Spring” Morocco
Title of the lecture : "Re-problematizing the Religious Majority-Minority Dialectics in Post-Arab Spring Morocco: Between Subalternity and Digital Disobedience" Given the debate currently prevai...
Dār al-islām and dār al-ḥarb in contemporary Muslim thought
The purpose of the proposed paper is to question the division of the world into dār al-islām (land of Islam) and dār al-ḥarb (land of war), which is a classification introduced by Muslim jurisconsu...
Citizenship in the Arab World: Kin, Religion and Nation-State
The book is the fruit of five years of on-site research on citizenship in the Arab world. It takes a broader legal perspective to the multifaceted reality of nationality and citizenship. The method...
Personal Status Laws of Women in Egypt and Palestine
Title of the lecture : 'Institutionalized Islam in Personal Status Laws and Challenged Position of Women as ‘the Other’' In most of the Muslim-majority countries, personal status laws are the main...
The legal status of non-Muslims in Algeria. The example of evangelicals and Ahmadis.
This book, which focuses on the situation before 2019, provides keys to explaining the origins of the popular protest movement, the hirak. It shows how the State controls the society, which is pred...
The concept of “citizenship” in the Azhari discourse. Problems and contradictions
The concept of "citizenship" in the Al-Azhar discourse, problems and contradictions Al-Azhar Foundation announces on various occasions its full adoption of the concept of “citizenship,” and the ...