Syrian/Polish activist tells Europe what it needs to do about Islam

Miriam Shaded (born June 29, 1986, Warsaw) – is a Polish entrepreneur, human rights activist and critic of Islam. She is the founder and president of the Estera Foundation tasked with bringing the Christian refugees from Syria to Poland.

Miriam Shaded was born into a Polish-Syrian family in Warsaw as the youngest of seven siblings. Her mother is Polish. Her father, Moner Shaded, was born in Syria.[1] He is a pastor of a Presbyterian church in Warsaw.[2]

Ms. Shaded studied evangelical theology and works in IT projects.

Previous post of Miriam here at GoV

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