Soumaya Ghannoushi is a British Tunisian thinker and writer. She publishes in English and Arabic and her writings have appeared in such leading international publications as the Guardian, the Independent, the Huffington Post, Aljazeera.net, and Al Quds.
Having studied philosophy for her bachelors and masters degrees at the University of London, Soumaya Ghannoushi, then specialized in the Middle East. Among the topics she has addressed in her writings are Islam and reform, the conditions and position of Muslim women, the politics of the Middle East, problems of change and democratisation in the Arab region, and the war on terror and its impact on Muslim minorities and western-Muslim relations.
Soumaya Ghannoushi was a regular blogger on the Guardian’s comment is free for several years. Her cif writings offer a chronicle of the war on terror and its devastating impact on the Muslim world and Muslim minorities in particular. She now blogs for the Huffington Post, and some of her recent articles may be found at: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/soumaya-ghannoushi/