Bob Crane on Muslims Together building a cohesive America
Every Sunday, we have two programs – This Sunday, Bob Crane will speak about Muslim Citizenship in public Square. Safi Kaskas and I will speak about the Ultimate Citizenship – The Al-Amin.
Please note, I wear three hats – as a Muslim, I speak, write and talk about Islam, and as an American, much of my work is about pluralism in religion, politics, society, and the workplace. As an Indian American, I stand up for the rights of minorities in India including Muslims. All of it is volunteerism. My mission in life is to open people’s hearts, minds, and souls towards each other. If we can learn to respect the otherness of others and accept their uniqueness, conflicts fade, and solutions emerge.
Bob Crane is the first Muslim American Ambassador, he served as the Deputy Director of the National Security Council, he was the principal foreign policy advisor to President Nixon. Since the early 1980s, Crane has worked full-time as a Muslim activist. From 1983 to 1986, he was the Director of Da’wa at the Islamic Center of Washington on Massachusetts Avenue. In 1986, he joined the International Institute of Islamic Thought as its Director of Publications and then helped to found the American Muslim Council, now defunct, serving as Director of its Legal Division from 1992 to 1994. In this capacity, he was the founding President of the Muslim American Bar Association. His service to America is immeasurable – Full bio at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_…
Bob will speak about Muslim Citizenship in public Square.
Pluralism: Muslim Citizenship in the Public Square by Dr. Robert Dickson Crane
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