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Introducing our MRes Students for 2017

Mahdiyyah Abdul-Hussain

Mahdiyyah did a Bachelor Degree in Law. Then she studied a range of Islamic sciences at Al-Mahdi Institute in Birmingham. Upon completion, she enrolled at the University of Birmingham for an LLM in Medical law and Bioethics. At Royal Holloway, Mahdiyyah will be exploring the permissibility of organ donation in contemporary Shi’a jurisprudence.

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Introducing our MRes Students for 2017

Misha Monaghan

Misha studied International Politics at King’s College London. Since graduating in 2013, she has been working in the City. Misha is currently examining the effects and manifestations of Salafi Islam in the UK. Her research aims to bridge gaps in understanding Salafism through a comparative study of Salafi Islam and other forms of Islamic Jurisprudence.

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Introducing our MRes Students for 2017

 

Muhammad Hussain F. Jassem

Mohammad did his Bachelor degree in Political Science with a concentration on International Affairs at Georgia State University. Since 2012, Jassem has been visiting Iraq and studied in the Najaf Seminary during the summers of 2013-2015. He also taught Arabic and Social Studies at a private school and is an advisor for the chairman of I.M.A.M organization.

His research interests include Shi’ism in Iraq, Lebanon and Iran as well as ISIS digital propaganda.

Fatemeh Sobhi

Introducing our MRes Students for 2017

 

Fatemeh Sobhi

Fatemeh got her BA from Iran. Then, she went for an MA in English literature and migratory narrations in Sweden. Fatemeh is now working on a comparative study between Imam Sajjad’s Rights Pamphlet and the other prominent human rights pamphlets proposed so far by different people and organisations around the world.