Congressional briefing on "Beyond al-Qaeda and ISIS: The Salafi-Jihadi Movement"

Sponsored by American Foreign Policy Council
Capitol Visitors Complex, Room SVC 209
August 9, 2017


Join us for a Congressional briefing on

Beyond al-Qaeda and ISIS: The Salafi-Jihadi Movement

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Featuring:

Katherine Zimmerman

Research Fellow, American Enterprise Institute
Research Manager, AEI Critical Threats Project

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Wednesday, August 9, 2017
12:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. EST
Capitol Visitors Complex, Room SVC 209

* Lunch will be served *

Seats are still available. To confirm your attendance, please contact events@afpc.org

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Related Categories: Terrorism; Radical Islam; Countering Islamic Extremism Project

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