Wednesday, 28 January 2009

Muslims and the Nobel Prize

One of our readers, who is the blog intern at Oxford University Press, sends us a link to a recent posting on the OUP blog concerning the way the Nobel Prize has been perceived in the Muslim community throughout history. It was written in response to the Iranian government’s recent closure of Nobel-Prize-winner Shirin Ebadi’s Human Rights Defenders Center. The author of this post, David Fraser, is also the author of Cosmic Anger: Abdus Salam- The First Muslim Nobel Scientist:
Thanks to Megan Branch.

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