Inside Islam Radio Show…Bridging the Faith Divide: Eboo Patel and the Interfaith Youth Core

Tomorrow at 3 pm central standard time (GMT-5:00), Muslim-American Eboo Patel will speak with Jean Feraca about his organization, Interfaith Youth Core, and its mission to counter religious extremism by building young leaders through service projects and interfaith dialogue. Make … Continue reading

Eboo Patel: One Muslim’s Vision for Interfaith Dialogue and Service

On September 27  October 19, Here on Earth Host Jean Feraca will speak with Eboo Patel, founder of Interfaith Youth Core (IFYC), to discuss the latest IFYC success in promoting dialogue and strengthening communities through service. Building on his previous … Continue reading

Eboo Patel: Interfaith Dialogue and Service

Broadcast date: Wednesday, October 19 @ 3 pm central standard time Eboo Patel: Interfaith Dialogue and Service [audio:] Guests Eboo Patel, a Muslim-American of Gujarati Indian origin, is the founder and president of Interfaith Yoth Core, a Chicago-based interfaith nonprofit … Continue reading

Eboo Patel and The Interfaith Generation

Writer, scholar, and youth leader Eboo Patel is director of the Chicago-based Interfaith Youth Core and writes a blog for The Washington Post. His work engaging online and youth communities in a dialogue about faith is rooted in his belief that pluralism mediates political and religious conflicts. Continue reading

Chronological Listing of Shows

Click on show titles for additional information or simply click on the player to listen to an episode. Islam and Democracy Air date: March 15, 2012   The Arab Spring surprised many in the West who believed Islam is inherently … Continue reading

2011 Hours Against Hate

Broadcast date: Tuesday, November 29 @ 3 pm central standard time [audio:] Guests Farah Pandith is the Special Representative to Muslim Communities for the US Department of State. Prior to her appointment, she served as Senior Advisor to the Assistant … Continue reading

Asra Nomani: “A Bad Girl of Islam”

The Washington Post’s “On Faith” blog recently posted video of a two-part conversation with Asra Nomani, journalist, Muslim activist, and feminist. She is also part of the upcoming documentary The Mosque In Morgantown about a Muslim community in West Virginia. … Continue reading