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Middle Eastern & North African Society

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The University of Southampton Middle Eastern & North African Society is a cultural, non-political university society aimed at bringing together Middle Eastern & North African and non-Middle eastern students at the university and to give an insight into Middle Eastern culture, traditions, and history.

It is open to people of all backgrounds, ethnicities, races, and beliefs. Whether you are from the Middle East & North Africa or not you will find something of interest to yourself from lectures and films, to cultural nights and meals!.


Membership Information

These are the current membership plans offered by Middle Eastern & North African Society, although many groups offer a free period for new members to try out their group.

  • Free Membership (£0)

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This Years Committee

All student groups within the Students' Union are run entirely by students. The student committee for Middle Eastern & North African Society this year are:

  • Mohamed Abdulla
    President
  • Ahmad Anbar
    Vice President
  • Salman Aldallal
    Events Rep
  • Mahdi Shaban
    Events Rep
  • Kareem Anbar
    Treasurer
  • Raghda Tayel
    General Comittee Member
  • Ahmed Hamouda
    General Comittee Member
  • Talal Aldaughaither
    Secretary

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