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Tuesday, December 9, 1997 FULL SHOW | HEADLINES | PREVIOUS: Mumia Abu-Jamal
1997-12-09

Islamic Conference

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Some 2,000 official delegates are expected to attend the three-day summit of the Organization of Islamic Conference which beings today in Tehran, Iran. They include some 35 heads of state from Muslim countries all over the world. The 55-member organization’s summit will discuss issues such as the Arab-Israeli conflict and ways of improving trade and economic relations between Islamic countries.

Guests:

  • Dr. Azar Nafisi, a visiting fellow at the Johns Hopkins School for Advanced International Studies and a former professor of English Literature in Tehran. She was forced out of the university in Tehran after a conflict over the veil.

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