Abdennour Bidar

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Abdennour Bidar (2014).

Abdennour Bidar (born 13 January 1971) is a French writer and philosopher of Islamic culture.[1]

Author of several books and many articles, he came to public attention in the aftermath of the Charlie Hebdo shooting, when he wrote an "Open Letter to the Muslim World".[1][2][3]

He works for the French Ministry of National Education. In 2015, due to the death of Abdelwahab Meddeb, he is named responsible of the programme "Cultures d'islam" (English: "Cultures of Islam") on the public radio France Culture.

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ a b (in French) Céline Zünd, Emmanuel Gehrig et Olivier Perrin, "Dans le Coran, sur 6300 versets, cinq contiennent un appel à tuer", Le Temps, Thursday 29 January 2015, pages 10-11.
  2. ^ Abdennour Bidar, "Open Letter to the Muslim World" (page visited on 30 January 2015).
  3. ^ (in French) Abdennour Bidar, "Lettre ouverte au monde musulman", Huffington Post (page visited on 30 January 2015).

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