Irshad Manji on the moral crisis within Islam today


Originally aired September 9, 2011

Muslim activist and author Irshad Manji talks about the moral crisis that lies within the practice of Islam today. She cites the tragic story of Aqsa Parvez to illustrate the point.

Irshad Manji on new arab regimes, multiculturalism and a mos

Originally aired September 9, 2011

Muslim author and activist Irshad Manji talks briefly about three issues: firstly, the possibility of the new regimes in the Arab world being more hostile to the west; secondly, she believes that in Canada there has been an improvement in the relationship between muslims and non-muslims, although she questions the validity of multiculturalism and thirdly, she talks about the idea of building a mosque at Ground Zero.

Irshad Manji on Reconciling Faith and Freedom


A decade after the terrorist attacks of September 11th, Irshad Manji, Muslim reformer and author of “Allah, Liberty and Love” talks about how relations between Muslims and non-Muslims have changed and the effect of the Arab Spring on Muslims and how they view the outside world.

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