Michael started as Networking and Campaigns Officer in the ENAR team in January 2006 and became ENAR Director in March 2010. He is also an international expert on radicalisation processes within Muslim communities. Previously, he worked during four years as FNRS Research Fellow at the University of Liège (Belgium). He holds a BA in Oriental History and Philology (Islamic Studies), and a specialisation in Comparative History of Religions (University of Liège) and Arabic (University of Damas).
He has more than a decade of experience in community building of Muslim communities in Belgium and Europe.
He has authored a book with T. Oubrou and C. Baylocq on imams in France, a number of academic publications, published op-ed articles and appeared in a variety of media, including Euronews, Voice of America, Al Jazeera, Le Soir, RTBF and European Voice.
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