Ruminating on Memory and the Cycle of Violence 

 

     Post 9/11 Islam has been at the forefront of the global stage as a religion that is in a deep crisis and needs a reformation.  A religion that has been described as hijacked mistranslated and at times an uncivilized religion because of the extreme violence that has ensued from some fractions in almost every Muslim country.  In 2015, I visited Berlin, Germany where I met many Germans who were interested in my role as a Muslim woman teaching Islam and also directing a Holocaust Center.  Their…

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From Awareness to Action: Confronting Antisemitism at Home and Abroad

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Co-sponsored Zoom event for International Holocaust Remembrance Day with Robert Williams, USHMM. Please register for the webinar with the link attached.

Feb8

Afghanistan: What Now?

Kelly Commons 5B

Join Manhattan College Faculty for a discussion on the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan. The conversation will encompass human rights, international law, and the history of the Afghanistan conflict.

Feb17

Rohingya Genocide Event

Kelly Commons 5C

A conversation about the Rohingya genocide and Wai Wai Nu's personal challenges in Myanmar.

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