January 17, 2007

New Email for Sayyed Husseini

I just receieved an email (in Arabic) from the Bani Hashem Foundation, where Sayyed Mohammad Ali El Husseini whom I interviewed earlier works. Someone hacked into his email account and has been sending bogus messages from it. So his email address has changed. Anyone who wants to communicate with him should write to alsayedalhusseini at hotmail dot com.

I'll be back with more from Lebanon shortly.

Posted by Michael J. Totten at January 17, 2007 04:32 PM
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Alem Seyyed Husseini should put a PayPal Donate button on his website. I am sure there are many out here who would like to financially help a Lebanese Shia democrat advocating separation of mosque and state.

Posted by: manda at January 22, 2007 02:07 AM
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