Worldview Stranded in Cairo, Salafism in focus, and working to end child marriage October 9, 2012 [View the story "'Worldview' 10.09.12" on Storify]'Worldview' 10.09.12A Chicagoan finds himself on the wrong end of the no-fly list, explaining the rise of Salafism, and celebrating the "International Day of the Girl,” a national day of action meant to help end child marriage.Storified by · Tue, Oct 09 2012 09:20:19 More content below this sponsor message Chicagoan stranded in Cairo after US prison termOn July 23rd,Chicagoan Enaam Arnaout legally traveled to Saudi Arabia and Jordan to visitfamily. Arnaout was on supervised release after completing a 10 year prisonsentence and had obtained a judge's permission to leave the country. Whenhe attempted to return to the U.S. he was not allowed to board hisflight. Enaam Arnaout, an American imprisoned for supporting Islamic fighters, is stranded in EgyptHe had court's OK to travel, but his lawyers suspect he's on U.S. no-fly list The former head of a local Islamic charity who recently tra...Attorneys for Arnaout believe that’s because he’s been placed on the “No Fly List.” Now Arnaout is stuck in a legal limbo in Egypt. Arnaout’s attorney, Thomas Anthony Durkin, explains the case.Explaining the origins and power of the SalafistsA relatively smallgroup of Muslim fundamentalists known as Salafists was behind many of therecent U.S. embassy protests. Indeed it was one of their satellite TV stationsthat originally aired the amateur American movie that sparked the massivepublic outrage.Who are Tunisia's Salafis? - By Monica MarksRecent protests at the U.S. embassy in Tunis and corresponding attacks on the nearby American Cooperative School have cast sharp light on...Salafist jihadism hasalso informed al Qaeda and other terror groups. Special Reports - The Salafist Movement | Al Qaeda's New Front | FRONTLINE | PBSWhen Gilles Kepel was researching a book about the origins of the global jihad movement back in the 1980s, he recalls rarely coming acros...We’ll speak with Khaled Hroub, director of the Cambridge Arab Media Program at Cambridge University, about who the Salafis are, wherethey come from and how they seem to punch above their weight in local politics. A day of action to end child marriageGlobally, some 60million girls are forced into marriage before the age of 18, married offsometimes as young as age seven or eight. Too Young to Wed: The Secret World of Child BridespulitzercenterThe forgotten girls: By 2020, there will be 50m child brides under the age of 15When 12-year-old Nargis was woken up, one morning in Bangladesh, by two women she did not know, she was confused. She did not understand ...This Thursday is the "International Day of the Girl," a national day of action that is meant to helpend child marriage.Day of the GirlundefinedDr. Helene Gayle, the CEO of Care USA, tells us about thework her organization has been doing to help end the practice of childmarriage.