No, this isn't a review of some new movie starring Ben Stiller, Alec Baldwin and Diane Keaton. It concerns a white Western Christian father and daughter -- Stanley and Rebecca Skreslet (the latter perhaps appropriately surnamed "Hernandez") -- involved in Islamic studies apparently in a context of Christian missionizing, with a long and seemingly deep presence and base in Egypt going back several years (well before the Arab Spring).
I don't really have much to report about them, nor much to say (I just happened upon them in my Googling); except to wonder why the heck they are not patently anti-Islam. Reading their résumés and vitae, and looking at photos of their well-meaning starry-eyed white faces, one cannot help but surmise that they too, like the majority throughout the West, are neurotically (if not psychotically) myopic to the grotesque evil and danger of Islam. No doubt, they count many Muslims as their colleagues and "friends". And no doubt, of those Muslims they likely deem to be part of the safely moderate and reformable majority, they have never seen fit to ask -- politely yet firmly without accepting the usual cat-and-mouse sophistry -- the tough questions that would reveal the normative fanatic behind the mask of glibly politic charm and civility.