Abdel-Malik Mansour

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Abdel-Malik Mansour ِِAl-Masabi is a Yemeni diplomat. On March 22, 2011 he announced his support of the rebels in the 2011 Yemeni uprising, causing president Ali Abdullah Saleh to replace him in April 2011 as Yemeni representative to the Arab League.[1] On September 25, 2011 Mansour accused Saleh of sending an assassination squad to murder him in his home in Cairo.[2]

Education[edit]

Ph.D. Universite Tunis El Manar (Sociology), 2007.

Ph.D. Sana’a University (Philosophy), 2000.

M.A. Sana’a University (Law), 1995.

B.A. Sana’a University (Law), 1977.[3]

Publications[edit]

  • FUTURE PROSPECTS OF THE HUMAN SOCIETY.
  • EMIGRATION PHENOMENON: CASE OF YEMEN.
  • ISLAM & INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS.
  • THE HUMAN RIGHTS ORIGINS: ISLAMIC PERSPECTIVE.
  • CONFLICT & DIALOGUE ISLAMIC PERSPECTIVE.
  • ORIGINS OF ISLAMIC JURISPRUDENCE AND IJTIHAD: A CRITIQUE OF AL-SHOWKANI’S PERCEPTIONS.
  • ISLAM & GLOBALIZATION.
  • INSURRECTION: A STUDY INTO ARMED POLITICAL CONFLICT.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Yemen Live Blog – March 21", Al Jazeera English. 21 March 2011.
  2. ^ New Middle East News 09/27/2011
  3. ^ http://www.mansourdialogue.org/ Al-Mansour Cultural Foundation for Inter Civilization Dialogue
  4. ^ http://www.mansourdialogue.org/ Al-Mansour Cultural Foundation for Inter Civilization Dialogue