Omar Saif Ghobash

United Arab Emirates to Russia, "Letters to a Young Muslim"

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Ambassador from the United Arab Emirates to Russia; author, “Letters to a Young Muslim.”

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When Omar Saif Ghobash’s father, a diplomat, was assassinated, he started to question the world around him and contemplate violence in the Arab world.

Diplomat: Muslims must take responsibility for Islamic extremism

When Omar Saif Ghobash’s father, a diplomat, was assassinated, he started to question the world around him and contemplate violence in the Arab world.

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