Filling the Gap Between Youth & Mosques

This week, Dr. Maher Hathout is joined by Yusuf Abdul-Qadir, a young leader from Syracuse, NY, who is president of Ecologique, Inc., a social impact, public engagement organization. Like Dr. Hathout, Yusuf has devoted himself to working with youth to help them become confident and civically engaged. They explore the communication gap between many mosques […]

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When Homosexuality Hits Home

Dr. Maher Hathout is joined by Munira Lekovic Ezzeldine, a marriage and family counselor, for an honest discussion on homosexuality and Islam. Beyond the theological issues, they talk frankly about how these principles translate in the real world: How should people who are gay (including Muslims) be treated within our society and within our families? […]

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Islam, the Earth & Stewardship

In a world of Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, where does Islam and the Quran stand on the preservation of our planet? Dr. Maher Hathout talks to lawyer & activist Tarek Shawky about the balance and awareness of our surroundings, and makes a bold claim: “As Muslims, we have no choice but to be environmentalists.” You can […]

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LOVE: The Heart of the Matter

Marriage and family counselor Munira Ezzeldine joins Dr. Maher Hathout to talk about a topic that, far too often, is brushed under the rug or considered almost taboo in the Muslim community — Love. What is the meaning of love and what does it take to have a successful relationship? While it’s natural to get […]

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Islam & Politics: Can the Two Co-Exist?

  In this timely and fast-paced conversation with Haris Tarin, Director of MPAC’s Washington, DC, office, Dr. Maher Hathout examines the role of Islamic political parties in the aftermath of the Arab Spring. As they move from being opposition parties to government leadership, how will Islamic political parties from Tunisia to Egypt and beyond impact […]

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