Malik Zahoor Ahmad

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Malik Zahoor Ahmad is a former Pakistan diplomat and Middle East expert.[citation needed] He is currently the Chief Coordinator of the Pakistan Trilateral Secretariat (Afghanistan, Pakistan and the U.S.) and the Director General of NAPHIS.[1] His foreign service career has included two posts in the United States, most recently as Minister of Information and Spokesman at the Embassy of Pakistan in Washington D.C. (1997–1999).[2]

He has made a study of the worldwide rise of Islamic fundamentalism and the phenomenon of terrorism.[citation needed] He has been quoted in mainstream U.S. media including CNN, FoxNews and The Newshour with Jim Lehrer.[citation needed]

Malik Zahoor Ahmad earned a master's degree in mass communications from the University of Leicester, UK and also a B.A. in economics and sociology from Government College, Lahore.

He currently maintains a US residence in McLean, Virginia with his wife and two sons.

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