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Judea Pearl and Akbar Ahmed's Interfaith Dialogues

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Judea Pearl and Akbar Ahmed's Interfaith Dialogues

Judea Pearl and Akbar Ahmed's Interfaith Dialogues

Judea Pearl and Akbar Ahmed's Interfaith Dialogues

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Judea Pearl is the father of slain journalist Daniel Pearl and author of I am Jewish. Professor Akbar Ahmed teaches Islamic Studies at American University. The two are collaborating on a series of interfaith dialogues across the country and abroad. Daniel Pearl was kidnapped and murdered in Pakistan in 2002, while reporting on Islamic extremists. Judea Pearl is a professor at UCLA, and President of the Daniel Pearl Foundation. Akbar S. Ahmed is the author of Islam Under Siege.