Islam And Democracy

Millions of Muslims around the world are preparing for the annual observance of Ramadan. During this religious fast, daily life in Muslim countries changes completely because of the relationship of Islam to the state. Could democracy flourish when the state and religion are intertwined? Join Ray Suarez for a discussion of the relationship of Islam and democracy on the next Talk of the Nation. Guests: Azizah al-Hibri Member Advisory Board American Muslim Council Associate Professor of Law University of Richmond Richmond, VA Zachary Lockman Author Comrades and Enemies Associate Professor of Middle Eastern History New York University New York, NY Speaker Journalist Listeners call in

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