He received his first degree from the Department of Semitic Philology and Arabic Studies at the ELTE BTK and his second degree from the Department of Political Science at the ELTE TÁTK. He received his PhD from Utrecht University in 2016. He wrote her dissertation on Arab children's television, examining how the production of children's content is embedded in the structures of the media industries in Arab countries, the links between the producers and distributors of programs and the various political and religious actors, and the ways in which different political and religious messages are reflected in children's content. He has contributed to several international academic journals, and his first academic monograph will be published by Edinburgh University Press in June 2021. His writings have been published in several foreign journals, including The New York Times and Foreign Policy. Since 2019, he has been a research fellow at the Avicenna Institute for Middle East Studies. As a fellow at the Migration Studies Institute, he focuses on the integration of Muslim diasporas in Europe and the dynamics of Middle Eastern societies.