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Wilfrid Scawen Blunt was the British Ambassador to the Middle East for ten years towards the close of the nineteenth century. He championed the cause of Irish independence, enduring a spell in jail for his beliefs. He was also a celebrated poet, and is work is still highly-regarded today. Mary FitzGerald is a journalist, and the first winner of the Douglas Gageby Scholarship. She has written extensively on Islam for the Irish Times, in her weekly series entitles 'Under the Crescent.'
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