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'''Al Mutarjim''' ([[Arabic]] for "the Translator") is the pseudonym of the author behind TranslatingJihad.com. A [[websites|website]] started in early 2010 in order to translate Arabic-language [[news]], [[essays|opinion]], and [[fatwas]] related to Islamic [[persecution|intolerance]], totalitarianism, and [[jihad]].
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'''Al Mutarjim''' ([[Arabic]] for "the Translator") is the pseudonym of the author behind TranslatingJihad.com. A [[websites|website]] started in early 2010 in order to translate Arabic-language [[news]], [[essays|opinion]], and [[fatwas]] related to "Islamic [[persecution|intolerance]], totalitarianism, and [[jihad]]."
  
According to the site, All Mutarjim has experience working full-time as an Arabic translator, and also possesses a Master's Degree with a concentration in [[Middle East|Middle Eastern]] Studies.
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According to the site, Al Mutarjim has experience working full-time as an Arabic translator, and also possesses a Master's Degree with a concentration in [[Middle East|Middle Eastern]] Studies.
  
 
He is a regular contributor on BigPeace.com and the 1389 Blog, and his writings have been translated into Spanish, French, German, Dutch, Swedish, and Greek. Nearly all of his translations are also archived on [[WikiIslam]].  
 
He is a regular contributor on BigPeace.com and the 1389 Blog, and his writings have been translated into Spanish, French, German, Dutch, Swedish, and Greek. Nearly all of his translations are also archived on [[WikiIslam]].  

Latest revision as of 23:11, 31 July 2014

Al Mutarjim (Arabic for "the Translator") is the pseudonym of the author behind TranslatingJihad.com. A website started in early 2010 in order to translate Arabic-language news, opinion, and fatwas related to "Islamic intolerance, totalitarianism, and jihad."

According to the site, Al Mutarjim has experience working full-time as an Arabic translator, and also possesses a Master's Degree with a concentration in Middle Eastern Studies.

He is a regular contributor on BigPeace.com and the 1389 Blog, and his writings have been translated into Spanish, French, German, Dutch, Swedish, and Greek. Nearly all of his translations are also archived on WikiIslam.

His work has been featured often on The Blaze, Jihad Watch and The Religion Of Peace, and has also been cited in the Jerusalem Post, TownHall.com, National Review Online, Pajamas Media, Front Page Magazine, and American Thinker.

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