Don who won a no-fly legal suit hopes to work with peers in the States

Prof Rahinah: If I didn’t pursue my case, I would not be effective in delivering the knowledge I gained.

PETALING JAYA: Prof Rahinah Ibrahim plans to up her academic work in the United States now that the euphoria of winning a landmark suit to strike her name off its no-fly list has tapered down.

Saying that having her name on the list had proven to be a great hindrance to travelling for her academic work, Prof Rahinah added that she would like to continue her academic activities with her peers in the US.

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