Should we call them ‘ISIS’ or ‘Da’esh’? Hussein Rashid answers that and more with Amy Guth | WGN Radio – 720 AM
Should we call them ‘ISIS’ or ‘Da’esh’? Hussein Rashid answers that and more with Amy Guth | WGN Radio – 720 AM. Truman National Security fellow and Hofstra University Department of Religion faculty member Hussein Rashid, PhD, joined Guth to talk about the implications of acts of terror, the rise of Islamophobia, and why it matters if we say ‘ISIS’ versus ‘Da’esh.’ Podcast link.
Sacred Matters | The Muppets are America. The Muppets offered us biting social commentary when their show began nearly forty years ago. Now, with their videos, they are showing us an antidote to the xenophobia infecting our political and popular discourses. In their videos, they are offering a hopeful and positive vision of America, which includes all of the people living in it — divorced, gay, Muslim, black, etc. — a message that will hopefully be even more explicit in their show.
Terror in Paris: The Muslim Community Responds – The Takeaway. Over the last year, Muslim refugees fleeing the brutality of war in Iraq and Syria have sought asylum in a number of Western European countries, including France. But many lifelong French citizens are Muslim—the Muslim nation of Algeria was actually part of France in the 20th century. Hussein Rashid, a professor of religion at Hofstra University, explains how the Muslim community is responding to these attacks.
McGinley Chair Fall Lecture | McGinley Chair Fall Lecture | Fordham. McGinley Chair Fall Lecture Fall 2015 Lecture Rejecting Hatred: Fifty Years of Catholic Dialogue with Jews and Muslims since Nostra Aetate