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Mohamed Chtatou


Dr. Mohamed Chtatou is a Professor of education science at the university in Rabat. He is currently a political analyst with Moroccan, Gulf, French, Italian and British media on politics and culture in the Middle East, Islam and Islamism as well as terrorism. He is, also, a specialist on political Islam in the MENA region with interest in the roots of terrorism and religious extremism.

He teaches Community-Based Learning, Moroccan Jewish Heritage and Amazigh History and Culture to American students at Amideast/Morocco in Rabat, History of North Africa to IES (Chicago) semester abroad program students, and Introduction to Moroccan Culture and the Arab Spring to CIEE American students.  He also teaches interpersonal and business communication as well as translation and interpreting at the Institute for Leadership and Communication Studies (ILCS) in Rabat, Morocco. Chtatou is a contributor to Fikra Forum. 

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