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Islam in America

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Guests:

For many American Muslims, the three years since Sept. 11, 2001, have transformed the way they think about themselves, their country, and the role of Islam in America. We talk about cultural isolation, community outreach and questions of identity.

Guests:

Shaker El-Sayeed, Imam of the Islamic Center of Dar al hijrah Mosque, in Falls Church, Va. Secretary general of the Muslim American Society.

Asra Nomani, author of Standing Alone in Mecca: An American Woman's Pilgrimage into the Heart of Islam

Nidal Ibrahim, editor and publisher of Arab-American Business Magazine

Lorraine Adams, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist. Author of Harbor, a novel that follows the lives of a group of Arab Muslims living in America.

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