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President Trump’s Immigration Order, Annotated https://nyti.ms/2jJaZMQ (from the NYTimes) Full Executive Order Text: Trump’s Action Limiting Refugees Into the U.S. https://nyti.ms/2jGG6bX Trump's response 'Travel ban working out very nicely' http://www.cnn.com/videos/us/2017/01/28/trump-speaks-on-executive-order-travel-ban-nr.cnn/video/playlists/donald-trump-muslims/ ACLU's statement on it's rebuke https://www.aclu.org/blog/president-trumps-first-week-aclu-hands-him-first-stinging-rebuke Music mixed by AquaStoneThrone - https://soundcloud.com/aquastonethrone
Several christians in Kigali converted to Islam on Eid-IL-Fitr. This follows a session of preaching on Islamic beliefs on the day to celebrate Eid. Christians followed the preaching, and those who were convinced decided to quit their religions, took islamic oath, hence becoming Moslems. Camera, Script & Editing: Sesonga Junior Derrick Executive Producer: Kigali Today Ltd
Fear is a natural reaction to things we do not know. Exposure alleviates that fear. In this personal talk, Taneeza Islam shares her experience fighting Islamophobia in South Dakota and rural America. She challenges listeners to fight misinformation and confront their own biases. Taneeza Islam is an immigration and civil rights lawyer with a private practice in Sioux Falls SD. In 2017, she led the first coalition of immigrants, refugees, Muslims, interfaith, and social justice communities to defeat Islamophobic and anti-refugee resolutions and a bill in the state legislature, with a 3-0 record. With this momentum, she founded and is the executive director of SD Voices for Peace working to share accurate information about Islam, Muslims, immigrants and refugees to fight Islamophobia and an...
In a roundtable discussion, host Ray Suarez interviews author Reza Aslan (No god But God; How to Win a Cosmic War) and Dalia Mogahed, Executive Director of the Gallup Center for Muslim Studies and co-author of the groundbreaking book Who Speaks for Islam?: What a Billion Muslims Really Think. This program draws upon Ms. Mogahed's book and reveals major findings of the unprecedented Gallup World Poll, which represents the views of more than 90% of the worlds Muslim population, making it the largest and most comprehensive ongoing study of contemporary Muslims being conducted. The results are fascinating, and often counterintuitive. This Link TV original program will address the questions many are pondering: Why is the Muslim world so anti-American? Who are the extremists? Is democracy someth...
Maajid Nawaz is the co-founder and Executive Director of Quilliam, the world's first counter-extremism think tank. He is also the co-founder of Khudi, a counter-extremism social movement working towards the promotion of social democratic change in Pakistan. This clip is from "Overtime" with Bill Maher where he has a discussion about the roots of islamism and the difference between islamism and islam with Maher, Richard Dawkins, Michael Moore, Valerie Plame and Al Sharpton. From "Overtime" with Bill Maher 2010 25 10 / 2013 10 25 ( October 25, 2013 ).
The third of a three part speaker series on "Understanding Islam," hosted by Santa Clara County Supervisor Joe Simitian and the Commonwealth Club of Silicon Valley. Speakers Joe Simitian, Santa Clara County Supervisor Maha Elgenaidi, Executive Director, Islamic Networks Group Sumbul Ali-Karamali, author, The Muslim Next Door
FIXED AUDIO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sWclm4Bi4UM Panelists Sam Harris, Co-founder and Chief Executive of Project Reason and Maajid Nawaz Founding Chairman of Quilliam, joined moderator Juliette Kayyem, Lecturer in Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School, for a panel discussion to reflect on the future of Islam and tolerance regarding it. The panelists discussed many topics regarding Islam in modern society, such as Islam's place in modern culture, the events leading up to the modern public perception of Islam, and Islamic extremism. These topics were put forth with the final goal of collaborating to ensure a stable future of tolerance in the world. A panel discussion with: Sam Harris Neuroscientist, Co-founder and Chief Executive, Project Reason, Author, The End of Faith, ...
Sharif Islam, Class of 2014, reflects on his time at HEC Paris in Qatar and his experience with the EMBA (Executive Master of Business Administration). "What's great about the program is that you can directly apply what you learn in the classroom into the workplace environment." If you're interested in the HEC Paris Executive MBA offered in Qatar please visit: http://www.exed.hec.edu/hec-qatar/executive-mba
Ninth Episode Of #InspirationSeries IS HERE! IBN and Easy Production "Islam and Terrorism" Ft. Omar Suleiman and Mohammed Zeyara Directed by: Muhammad Bayazid WATCH and SHARE widely with all of your Muslim and Non Muslim friends and family Dont forget to share your lessons and reflections using #InspirationSeries General Supervisor Hasan M Al-Zairi Acknowledgements Abdullah Al-Qaeed Review and audit Nehad Makki Molhem Cooperative Office for Call and Guidance in Garb Al Deera - Riyadh Producer EasyProduction Saud Al-Eidi Executive Producer Islamic Broadcasting Network (IBN) Directed by: Muhammad Bayazid
NEW YORK, April 20, 2016 — Dalia Fahmy, Shadi Hamid, and Mengia Hong Tschalaer discuss whether Islam is compatible with democracy in addition to other crucial questions concerning the faith. The conversation was moderated by Asia Society Executive Vice President Tom Nagorski. (1 hr., 23 min.)
The World Literacy Crusade is saving teens from a life of drugs, violence and illiteracy, down in the inner cities of Los Angeles and has been since the LA riots in 1992. It's time you heard about what they are doing and how they can help you. Hear Dr. Hanan Islam, Executive Director of World Literacy Crusade International & CEO/Founder of American Health and Education Clinics, tell us about it. Producer/Director - Kimberly Brennecke Director of Photography/Editor - Danit Sigler AC/Sound Engineer - Lior Molcho Make Up - Stephen Bowman Music Composed by Geoff Levin
Gotta be honest guys this is not how I want my interviews/videos to go down. I'm not here for the drama or the fighting etc. I just want to ask people questions and have conversations. There's nothing wrong with a little humor to lighten up the mood hence why I wore a kandura (traditional Islamic garb) but my favorite interviews are the ones where there's a genuine dialogue and we discuss ideas in depth. I don't want to be stalked and followed and interrupted and prevented from these conversations at something as interesting as a Muslim Ban protest. Social Media Links: https://www.facebook.com/TheNuanceBro/ https://twitter.com/NuanceBro https://www.instagram.com/preenceaboo... Support Me On Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/nuancebro Copyright 2017
The Foundation for Defense of Democracies hosted a conversation on the current state and future of political Islam in the Middle East on June 15th. The discussion featured Reuel Marc Gerecht, Senior Fellow at FDD, Robert Satloff, Executive Director of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, and Jenny White, Professor of Anthropology Boston University, and was moderated by John Hannah, Senior Counselor at FDD.
Christopher Hitchens discusses the influx of Muslims into the Western World and the problems that arise when some are unwilling to integrate into secular society. Sorry about the varying quality of audio. ⊕ Subscribe to my backup channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5mFnIBOi1WAHK-nyyY3ljw subscribe http://www.youtube.com/c/SomeThinkingPrimate?sub_confirmation=1
Earlier this week, the Supreme Court allowed President Trump’s Muslim ban to go into full effect while it is being litigated. Here is what you need to know. For more information, go here: https://www.aclu.org/blog/immigrants-rights/muslim-ban-what-just-happened