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4 News & Muslim Views
· Intellectual Tradition
· Search for Truth
· Economic Injustice
4 Public Affairs
· Taking to the Streets
· Writer's Pen
· American Legal System
4 Family Matters
· Saving Muslim Marriages
·
Raising Muslim Youth
·
Financial Stress
4 Mitchell's Minutes
· Being Angry
· You are in Control
· Do Something Positive
4 Desert Reflections
· Far Better Teachers
· Desert Rules
· Native Culture
4 The Bilal's Speak
· An American Lesson
· In God We Trust
· Bloodline
4 Scholars' Views
· Diseases of the heart
· The Islamic Personality
· Journey to Islam
4 Poet's Pen
· Ramadan Sonnets - 1
· Ramadan Sonnets - 2
· Ramadan Sonnets - 3
4 Writer's Pen
· Death In Oklahama
· King Lion & his Rival
· Alauddin & Magic Lamp
4 Life With Ann
· The First Contact
· Role of Internet
· Jesus Enters the picture
4 Listen to Songs!
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SUNDAY, MARCH 25, 2007:
Host: Jamila Firdausee
Topic: Arts and Entertainment
Guest: Montana, President of Consipracy Media
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SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 2007:
Host: Sultan Mohammad and Amir Haq
Topic: False allegations; Impact on local Imam from Trolley Squareshootings in Utah
Guest: Babak Darvish
Topic: The Hunger Stirke of Sami al Arian: A Palestinian American Convicted After Donating to a Charity Guest: Alena Al- Arian, Daughter of Sami al Arian Listen

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FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 2007:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: International Sex Trade: Modern Day Enslavement of Women and Children
Guest: Kaethe Morris Hoffer, Attorney and Civil Rights Activist Guest: Brenda Myers, Survivor of the Industry and Health Educator for FootPrints Listen

Previous Programs

THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 2007:
Host: Salman Azam
Topic: National and Local Headlines
1) Karl Rove and Other White House Officials May be Subpoened to Testify Before Congress
2) Cost of Iraq War Reaches 1/2 Trillion Dollars
3) Chicago City Hall Bans Patronage Hiring: Mayor Daley Agrees to Issue Executive Order
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 2007:
Host: Aminah McCloud
Topic: Has America Lost the "War on Terror"
A Discussion: Militarization, Nation Building and U.S. Foreign Policy in the Middle East
Guest: Stephen Zunes, Middle East Editor for the Foreign Policy In Focus Project
Guest: Scott Hibbard, Professor of Politics, DePaul University Listen

TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 2007:
Host: Janaan Hashim
Topic: ReBroadcast: High School Students and the Constitution: From Classroom to Practice
Guests: 1)Dalila Benameur, AP History Teacher, Universal High School, Bridgeview, IL
2)Josh Mendoza and Marryssa Russell, Students at Overland High School, Denver, CO
3)Mariam and Fatima, and Cindy Weber, Plaintaffs in lawsuit against school in Texas
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MONDAY, MARCH 19, 2007:
Host: Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: Organ Donations and the Market for Body Parts
Guest: Lisa Hager, Secretary of State
Guest: Michelle Goodwin, Author "The Black Market for Body Parts"
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SUNDAY, MARCH 18, 2007:
Host: Jamila Firdausee
Topic: Sunday Night Arts and Entertainment
Guest: Tommoor, Hip-Hop Artist
Guest:Khalil Hill, President of National Youth Adult Associations
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SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 2007:
Host: Adam Ghazi, Camille Irvine
Topic: Main Events and Headlines: Thank You Adam For Your Time With Radio Islam
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FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 2007:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: The Politics of Escalation in the Middle East, Israeli Lobby Influence and Your Role in Government
Guest: Robert Naiman, Senior Policy Analyst, National Coordinator of Just Foreign Policy
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THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 2007:
Host: Salman Azam
Topic: Fast Food, Obesity, Your Health and Corporate Responsiblity
Guest: James M. Pivarnik,Ph.D., Center for Physical Activity and Health at Michigan State University
Guest: Mark Kastel, Co-Founder Cornucopia Institute Listen

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 2007:
Host: Aminah McCloud and Anthony Simpkins
Topic: "Between Black and Immigrant Muslims, an Uneasy Alliance"
Guest: Imam Talib, Mosque of Islamic Brotherhood
Guest: Dr. Javid Akhtar
Guest: Khalid Keshk, Professor of Islamic World Studies
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TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 2007:
Host: Janaan Hashim
Topic: Global Warming: A Primer, Latest Study, and What We Can Do
Guest: Matthew Hurgtin, Ph.D, Northwestern University Dept of Earth and Planetary Sciences
Guest: Patrick Megonigal, Ph.D., Smithsonian Environmental Research Center
Guest: Kathy Tholin, General Manager, Center for Neighborhood Technology
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MONDAY, MARCH 12, 2007:
Host: Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: Military Families, Physicians and Soliders Speak About Health Services in the Military
Guest: Katy Scott, Mother of Wounded Iraq War Vetern
Guest: Marge Haracz, Chapter Co-Leader of the Chicago Chapter of Military Families
Guest: Colonel Daniel M. Smith, USA (Ret.), Senior Fellow, Military and Peaceful Prevention Policy
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SUNDAY, MARCH 11, 2007:
Host: Jamila Firdausee
Topic: Sunday Night Arts and Entertainment Show
Guest: Voices of Africa, Singers
Guest: Momentum, Spoken Word Artist
Guest: Odyssey, Spoke Word Artist
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SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 2007:
Host: Sultan Mohammad and Amir Haq
Topic: Current News Headlines
Guest: Imam Omar Mohamed
Guest: Zainab Abdul-Hadi
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FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 2007:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: ReBroadcast: Immigration and U.S. Goverment New Policies of Detainment
Guest: Deepa Fernandes, Activist and Author of Targeted: National Security and the Business of Immigration
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THURSDAY MARCH 8, 2007:
Host: Salman Azam
Topic: Chicago Immigration Rally and New Debate on Immigration Begins in Congress
Guest: Rosa Carrasco, Assistant Director, o Latino Assocation of the SouthWest
Guest: Jorge Mojica, Freelance Journalist and Community Organizer Topic: The Economics of Immigration Guest: Phillp Martin, Economics Professor, University of California, Davis Listen

WEDNESDAY MARCH 7, 2007:
Host: Aminah McCloud and Anthony Simpkins
Topic: Understanding the Langauge and Law: A Look at Terror and Alleged Terrorist in the United States
Guest: Scott Hibbard, Political Science Professor, Depaul University
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TUESDAY, MARCH 6, 2007:
Host: Janaan Hashim
Topic: Rebroadcast: Racial Profiling as a Law Enforcement Tool
Guest: 1) Angela Arboleda, Associate Director Criminal Justice Policy - National Council of La Raza
2) Daniel Harris, Professor of Law, University of Toledo Listen

MONDAY, MARCH 5, 2007:
Host: Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: Raising Black Boys Who Live: Community Programs Available for Youth
Guest: Jim McNulty, Executive Director, Independent Boys and Girls Club of America
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SUNDAY, MARCH 4, 2007:
Host: Jamila Firdausee
Topic: Black Journalism
Guest: Askia Muhammad, White House Correspondent for Final Call
Topic: Its Your Choice: Organic and Healthy Eating
Guest: Shantell Muhammad-Publisher of "Organic Nourishment"
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FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 2007:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: America's Poor Ask For Change: Why Proverty In America Grows Everyday
Guest: Avis Jones-DeWeever, Director of Poverty, Education and Social Justice, Institute for Women's Policy Research
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THURSDAY, MARCH 1 , 2007:
Host: Salman Azam
Topic: Talk of Impeaching the Vice President as Time Runs Out for the Adminstration
Guest: Paul Gallagher,Economics Editor of EIR Magazine
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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2007:
Host: Malik Mujahid
Topic: Radio Islam on Radio Islam
Guest: Michael McConnell, American Friends Service Committee
Guest: Kathy Kelley, Voices for Creative Non-Violence
Guest: Scott Alexander, Catholic-Muslim Program at CTU
Guest: Kamran Memon, Muslims for a Safe America
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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 2007:
Host: Janaan Hashim
Topic: Black History Month Series: Comparing Discrimination to Years Past and the Role of Education
Guest: Dr. Jocelyn Elders, U.S. Surgeon General 1993-1994
Guest: Reg Weaver, President of the National Education Association
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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 2007:
Host: Frederick Aldeen
Topic: Why Suicide has Become a Concern among African American Males and Youth
Guest: Sean Joe, PhD, LMSW, School of Medicine Director, University of Michigan- Ann Arbor
Guest: Tanya R Anderson, MD, Deputy Clinical Director, Child and Adolescent Services, Department of Human Services
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 2007:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: African Slaves and Their Muslim Hertiage
Topic: Shaping a Future for African Americans in the United States
Guest: Dr. Sulayman S. Nyang, Professor African And Islamic Studies of Howard University
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 2007:
Host: Frederick Aldeen
Topic: Chicago Election Series: Chicago City Clerk Office
Guest: Jose Cerda, Challenger for Chicago City Clerk Office
Topic: Chicago City Source: Election Week Countdown
Guest: Shawn Walker, Candidate for Alderman 28th ward
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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2007:
Guest Host: Ahmed Rehab, Exeuctive Director of CAIR- Chicago
Topic: Protecting Civil Liberties in America
Guest: 1) Ann Fagan Ginger, Executive Director of the Meiklejohn Civil Liberties Institute
2) Nancy Talanian, Director Bill of Rights Defense Committee
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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2007:
Host: Janaan Hashim
Topic: Random Acts of Kindness Week
Guest: Julie Kauffman, Communications Manager, The Random Acts of Kindness Foundation
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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2007:
Host: Frederick al-Deen
Topic: Rebroadcast: Government Secrecy and the Influence of Lobby Groups on the U.S. Government
Guests: 1) Stephen Zunes, Middle East Editor for the Foreign Policy in Focus project, and Author of Tinderbox: U.S. Middle East Policy and the Roots of Terrorism
2) Michael Neumann, "The Israel Lobby and Beyond"
3) Patrice McDermott, Director of OpenTheGovernment.org
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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 2007:
Host: Jamila Firdausee
Topic: Is Main Stream Media Portraying Black People in A Negative Way?
Guest: Professor Griff of the Legendary Hip-Hop Group Public Enemy
Guest: Opio Lumumba Sokoni-Filmmaker and Lawyer
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 2007:
Host: Amir Haq
Topic: The Roles of African Muslims During the Prophet's Time
Guest: Imam Ahmed Tijni
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 2007:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: Immigration and U.S. Goverment New Policies of Detainment
Guest: Deepa Fernandes, Activist and Author of Targeted: National Security and the Business of Immigration
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2007:
Host: Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: Rebroadcast: Black History Month Series: Medical Apartheid: The Dark History of Medical Experimentation on Black Americans from Colonial Times to the Present
Guest: Harriet Washington, Author and Professor
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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2007:
Host: Janaan Hashim
Topic: Rebroadcast: Democratization in Muslim Countries
Guest: 1)Shirin Ebadi, Iranian Activist and 2003 Nobel Peace Prize Winner
2)Merve Kavakci, Lecturer, Islam and Democracy and Former Turkish Member of Parliament
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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 2007:
Host: Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: Black History Month Series: Medical Apartheid: The Dark History of Medical Experimentation on Black Americans from Colonial Times to the Present
Guest: Harriet Washington, Author and Professor
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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2007:
Host: Jamila Firdausee
Topic: Black History Month Series: Remembrance of Famous African Americans and Native Americans
Guest: Ibrahim Abdul Matin, Sports Correspondent for Hardknock Radio and Activist
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2007:
Host: Adam Ghazi
Topic: A Discussion on Different Faiths and Cultures
Guest: Catherine Hedgebeth, Senior at Loyola and Discussion Panelist
Guest: Bina Mangattukattil, Program Coordinator for Office of Student Diversity at Loyola
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2007:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: Hamas and Fatah Find Peace in Mecca
Topic: The Role of Syria in the Middle East: Can Syria Help Broker Peace?
Guest: Nubar Hovsepian, Ph.D, Associate Professor of Political Science and International Studies, Chapman University
Topic: U.S. Solider Facing Military Prosecution May Go Free
Guest: David Mitchell, Attorney and Vietnam Veteran
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2007:
Host: Salman Azam
Topic: Chicago Election Series: Muslims in Local Politics
Guest: Asif Yusuf, Mayoral candidate for OakBrook
Guest: Junaid Afeef candidate for Trustee, Hoffman Estates
Guest:Moin Moon Khan, President of the Asian American caucus group in Dupage County
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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2007:
Host: Maurice Weaver
Topic: The U.S. and East African Relationship: Building Military, Creating Goverments and Stopping Genocide
Guests: 1)Khalid Mustafa Medani, Professor of Politics and Islamic Studies, McGill University
2)Alagie Kebbeh, Delegate, World Forum in Nairobi and the African Youth Coalition Against Hunger
3)Lamin F Bojang, Speaker, National Youth Parliament- The Gambia
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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 2007:
Host: Janaan Hashim
Topic: Black History Month Series: The 1958 Montgomery Bus Boycott - Unknown Facts, Paving the Way for the Future
Guests: 1) Awele Makeba, Star of the One-Woman Show on Claudette Colvin
2) Dr Martha Biondi, Professor of African American Studies, Northwestern Unniversity
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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 2007:
Host: Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: 2007 Superbowl Wrap Special
Guest: Arash Markazi, Sports Illustrated Columnist
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2 , 2007:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: Chicago Muslim Community Celebrates Verdict in Mohammad Saleh Trial
Topic: Chicago Health Crisis...IMAN Opens Community Health Clinic
Guest: Rami Nashashibi, Executive Director IMAN
Topic: Life Beyond Katrina: New Orleans Gulf Coast Still Needs Your Help
Guest: Margaret Saizan, Publisher of Katrina Information Network
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1 , 2007:
Host: Salman Azam
Topic: Chicago Muslim Community Celebrates Verdict in Mohammad Saleh Trial
Guest: Ahmed Rehab, Executive Director of the Council on American- Islamic Relations (CAIR)
Topic: The Forgotten Battle for Afghanistan
Guests: James Ingalls and Sonali Kolhatkar, Co-Authors of "Bleeding Afghanistan: Washington, Warlords, and the Propaganda of Silence"
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31, 2007:
Host: Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: Guantanamo Bay: Five Years Later Why the U.S. Says Coercion is Legal
Guest: Marjorie Cohn, Human Rights Professor, Thomas Jefferson School of Law
Topic: The Chicago Trial of Muhammad Saleh: Waiting for the Verdict
Guest: Michael Deutsch, Attorney for Mohammad Saleh
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TUESDAY, JANUARY 30, 2007:
Host: Janaan Hashim and Sheneka Bolden
Topic: Humorous Headlines
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MONDAY, JANUARY 29, 2007:
Host: Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: Life Before and After Prostate Cancer
Guests: 1) Dr. Howard Parnes, Chief, Prostate & Urologic Cancer Research Group - National Cancer Institute
2) Dr. William DayHut, Chief of the GU/GYN Clinical Research Section in the Medical Oncology Clinical Research Unit
3) Samuel Golden, Nine Year Prostate Cancer Survivor
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SUNDAY, JANUARY 28, 2007:
Host: Jamila Firdausee
Topic: Cosmophilia: Islamic Art from the David Collection, Copenhagen
Guests: 1) Jonathan Bloom and Sheila Blair: Curators of the Exhibition
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 2007:
Host: Adam Ghazi
Topic: Breaking the Silence of Hebron
Guests: 1) Oded Naaman: Squat Commander of Atelier Corp for the Israeli Defense Forces 2000-2003
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 2007:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: Unsolved Murders During the Civil Rights Era and Beyond
Guest: Dr. George C. Young, Civil Rights Activist
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 2007:
Host: Salman Azam
Topic: Billion Dollar Deficits with China Cost Many Americans Their Jobs
Guest: Bob Baugh, Executive Director of the AFL-CIO Industrial Union Council
Topic: Protecting the Academic Civil Rights of Student and Professors: David Horowitz Visits DePaul University
Guests: 1) Aminah McCloud, Professor of Islamic World Studies, DePaul University
2) Heena Musabji, Staff Attorney, Council Of Islamic Organizations(CAIR)Chicago
3) Ahlam Hassan, President of UMMAH (De Paul University MSA)
4) Samar Damra, President Students for Justice in Palestine
5) Matt Muchowski, Author, The People's History of DePaul University"
6) Sultan Mohammed, Communications Director, CAIR -Chicago
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WEDNESDAY,24 2007:
Host: Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: Rebroadcast: What is the Nation of Islam's Relevance in America Today?
Guest: Minister Akbar Muhammad
Topic: Are You a Jihadist? Learn the Correct Use of Islamic Terms Tonight!
Guest: George Lakoff, Linguistics Professor at University of California Berkley
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TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 2007:
Host: Janaan Hashim
Topic: A Conversation with Chicago City Clerk Miguel del Valle: His Office and His Political Career
Guest: Miguel del Valle, City Clerk of Chicago
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MONDAY, JANUARY 22, 2007:
Host: Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: Greater Chicago Caucus
Guest: Amy Tauchman, Co-Founder of Dupage Against War Now (DAWN)
Topic: Chicago Election Series: Race for 20th Ward Seat
Guests: 1) Arenda Troutman, Alderwoman 20th Ward
2) David Neely, Candidate for Alderman 20th Ward
3) Willy B Cochran, Candidate for Alderman 20th Ward
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SUNDAY, JANUARY 21, 2007:
Host:Jamila Firdausee
Topic: Sunday Night Arts and Entertainment
Guests: 1) Khari B., Disco Poetry
2) Dr. Constance Shabazz, Owner of Book Ink
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 2007:
Host:Sultan Muhammad and Amir Haq
Topic: The Role of the Imam and Mosque in Modern Western Society
Guests: 1) Imam Qasim Khan, Islamic Circle of North America
2) Imam Omar Muhammed, Masjid al-Faatir
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 2007:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: Kidnapping Victims and the Psychology of a Kidnapper
Guest: Georgia Hilgeman-Hammond, Founder and Executive Director of Vanished Children's Alliance
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 2007:
Host: Salman Azam
Topic: California's Universal Health Care Plan: Could This Work Around the Country?
Guest: Judy Dugan, Research Director, Foundation for Taxpayer and Consumer Rights
Topic: A Startling Look At The Future of Social Security in America
Guest: Lawrence Keillor, Public Affairs Specialist for Metropolitan Chicago, Social Security Administration
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17, 2007:
Host: Humaira Basith
Topic: Media Accountability: Is the Media Failing the Public?
Guest: Barabara Popovic, Executive Director of Public Access Television
Guest: Peter Hart, Activism Director at Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting (FAIR)
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TUESDAY, JANUARY 16, 2007:
Host: Janaan Hashim
Topic: The New Congress...A New Direction on Domestic Issues?
Guest: Sally Kohn, Director, Movement Vision Project
Guest: Craig Holman, Ph.D., Legislative Representative for Public Citizen
Guest: Jim Ridgeway, Washington Bureau Chief, Mother Jones Magazine
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MONDAY, JANUARY 15, 2007:
Host: Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: In Pursuit of the American Empire
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SUNDAY, JANUARY 14, 2007:
Host: Jamila Firdausee
Guest: Sheron Smith, Mos Def's Mom and Manager
Guest:Iomas Marad, Hip-Hop Artist
Movie Review
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 2007:
Host: Adam Ghazi
Topic: Bush's Sacrificial Americans
Guest: Tom Engelhardt
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 2007:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: Chicago Election Series: Candidates for City Goverment
Guests: 1) Darcel Beavers, Alderwoman of the 7th Ward
2) Sandi Jackson, Candidate for Alderwoman of the 7th Ward
3) Shawn Walker, Candidate for Alderman of the 28th Ward
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 2007:
Host: Imran Hussain and Carli Pierson
Topic: Fatwas, Alcohol and Dogs: Minnesota Cab Drivers Refuse to Transport Items Banned by the Muslim American Society
Guest: 1) Bert McKasy, Vice Chairman of the Minnesota Metropolitan Airports Commission
Topic: 2) Omar Jamal, Director of the Somali Justice Advocacy Center
Guest: 3) Ibrahim Ramey, Human Rights Director of the Muslim American Society's Freedom Foundation
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 2007:
Host: Maurice Weaver
Topic: The "Sacrifice This Eid" Help Feed the Hungry Campaign
Guest: Bob Dolgan, Public Relations Manager, Greater Chicago Food Depository
Topic: Sucessfully Feeding Developing Countries
Guest: Bernie Beaudreau, Vice President of Development, the Global Food Banking Network
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TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, 2007:
Host: Janaan Hashim
Topic: The Developing American Muslim Identity: American Imams, Mosques, and Muslim Women
Guest: Genieve Abdo, journalist and author, "Mecca and Main Street: Muslim Life in America After 9/11"
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MONDAY, JANUARY 8, 2007:
Host: Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: What is the Nation of Islam's Relevance in America Today?
Guest: Minister Akbar Muhammad
Topic: Are You a Jihadist? Learn the Correct Use of Islamic Terms Tonight!
Guest: George Lakoff, Linguistics Professor at University of California Berkley
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SUNDAY, JANUARY 7, 2007:
Host: Jamila Firdausee
Topic: The Following Your Dreams Special
Guest:1) Dr. Jifunza Wright, MD, MPH, CA Holistic Family Medicine
2) Deana Deen, Spoken Word Artist
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 2007:
Host: Sultan Mohammad and Naveed Khader
Topic: The Imam's Role in the Community
Guests: 1) Omar Mohammad, Imam, Masjid al-Faatir
2) Frederick Al-Deen, Imam
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 2007:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: Military Imprisons Soldiers For Speaking Against War
Guest: Dar Jamail, Independent Journalist
Guest: Camilo Mejia, Former Army Soldier
Topic: Protecting Your First Amendment Rights: What Is It Worth To You?
Guest: Sara Olsen, Journalist
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 2007:
Host: Salman Azam
Topic: Jesus and Islam
Guest: Jerald Dirks, Author of "Abraham: The Friend of God"
Topic: Get the Insider's View of Iraq
Guest: Fuad Rizha Jawad, Former Chief Judge of the Iraqi High Court
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 03, 2007:
Host: Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: Correct Use of Islamic Terminology
Guest: Amy Ghraith, Manager Islamic Books and Things
Guest: Rabia Ahmed, Communications Director for CAIR National
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TUESDAY, JANUARY 02, 2007:
Host: Janaan Hashim
Topic: Listen

MONDAY, JANUARY 01, 2007:
The Best of Radio Islam 2006 : The Special
Topic: Second part of the best conversations of 2006 from our host and guest.
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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 31, 2006:
Host: Jamilia Firdausse
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 2006:
Host: Adam Ghazi
The Best of Radio Islam: Conversations
Topic: First Part of the best conversations of 2006 on Radio Islam. Listen

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 2006:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: Mohammad Salah Trial
Guest: Christina Abraham, Civil Rights Coordinator - CAIR Chicago
Topic: Did Sadaam Recieve Justice? Guest: Fadi Zanayed Listen

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 2006:
Host: Salman Azam
Topic: Eid - Ul- Adha
Guest Innauml Haq
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 2006:
Host: Humaira Basith
Topic: Rebroadcast:Terrorist Plot Allegations-Financial and Civil Impacts in the U.S. and Britain
Guests: 1) Omar Waraich, Independant Journalist in Britain
2) Professor Rob Willer, Professor of the Sociology- UC Berkeley
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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 26, 2006:
Hosts: Imran Husain and Janaan Hashim
Topic: Rebroadcast: Jesus and Mary in Islam
Guests: 1) Imam Senad Agic of the Northbrook Mosque of Chicago
2) Muhammed Eissa, President of Eissa and Associates for Arabic and Islamic Consulting and Education and Former Professor at Northwestern University
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MONDAY, DECEMBER 25, 2006:
Host: The Best of Radio Islam
Topic: Our Favorite Conversations
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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 24, 2006:
Host: Jamila Firdausee
Topic: Art and Culture: Awareness and Film
Guest: 1) Claudia Martinez Mansell of Imaginarius
2) Calvin Ruffin II, Writer, Director, and CEO of Ruffin II Productions
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 2006:
Host: Sultan Mohamed and Amir Haq
Topic: The Journey of Three Faiths
Guest: 1) Louis Hirsch, Not in My Name, Jewish Voice for Peace
2) Mary Ann Weston, Associate Professor at Medill School of Journalism
3) Miryam Rashid, Director of the Middle East Program for the Chicago Office of the American Friends Service Committee
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 2006:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: Diamonds Are Precious - So Are Lives: Blood Diamonds and The Diamonds Industry
Guest: Corinna Gilfillan, Head of U.S. Office of Global Witness
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THUSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 2006:
Host: Salman Azam
Topic: How to Network With Other Young Professionals
Topic: The Bush Administration Shuts Out American Opinion
Guest: James Paul, Executive Director of the Global Policy Forum
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 2006:
Host: Imran Husain and Jeff Frizzle
Topic: NFL and NBA: Roster Roundup
Topic: Adam Hofstetter, Sports Writer Sports Illustrated Listen

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 2006:
Host: Janaan Hashim and Kamran Memon
Topic: Sleeper Cells
Topic: Kamran Pasha, Writer and Producer for Sleeper Cell
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MONDAY, DECEMBER 18, 2006:
Host: Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: Nepotistic Democracy: Issues of Effective Government and Succession Planning
Topic: The Worm Turned
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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 17, 2006:
Host: Jamila Firdausee
Topic: Arts and Entertainment
Guest: The Sound of Reason, Music Artist
Guest: Iqra Azhar, Magazine Founder
Guest: David Weathersky, Screenwriter
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 2006:
Host: Adam Ghazi
Topic: Emails from the Front Lines of Iraqi Daily Life
Guest: Dahr Jamail, Independent Journalist
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2006:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: Chicago Elections Race Series: Candidate for Mayor
Guest: Dorothy Brown, Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cook County, Illinois
Topic: Chicago Elections Race Series: Candidate for Alderman 28th Ward
Guest: Shawn Walker, Challenger for 28th Ward Seat
Topic: Jews and Muslims Condemn Holocaust Denial by the President of Iran
Guest: Zack Dorfman, Media and Communications Representative for the Tikkun Organization
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2006:
Host: Salman Azam
Topic: Life Conversations with British Muslims Visting the United States
Guest: 1) Asad Ahmad, BBC News Presenter
2) Fareena Alam, Editor of Q News
3) Waqar Azmi, Chief Diversity Adviser to the Cabinet Secretary
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2006:
Host: Imran Husain
Topic: Should Your Muslim Identity Be A Private Matter?
Guest: Daisy Khan, Director of the American Society for Muslim Advance
Topic: American Muslim Views on National Security Issues
Guest: Kamran Memon, Civil Rights Attorney
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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 2006:
Host: Janaan Hashim
Topic: Gadgets - What's Hot, What's Not, and Whats Weird in the Market
Guest: Omar Shaikh, Operations Analyst and Gadget Addict Extraordinaire
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MONDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2006:
Host: Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: Rebroadcast: Is Sexual Addiction Ruining Your Life?
Guest: John Glisson, Co-founder of Pure Community Ministries
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2006:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: Hajj Present and Past Remembered
Topic: Alleged Terriost Plot Foiled In Illinois
Guest: 1) C.V. Haneef, Hajj Traveler
2) Aneesa Haneef, Hajj Traveler
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 2006:
Host: Salman Azam
Topic: Energy Rates Increase: Where is Your Money Going?
Topic: NASA to Build Base on the Moon: Will America Own Space?
Guest: 1) John T. Hooker, ComEd Senior Vice President of Legislative and Governmental Affairs
2) Jim Chilsen, Communications Director, Citizens Utility Board
3) Dr. Craig Eisendrath, Author and former Anyalist for the U.S. State Department
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2006:
Host: Imran Husain
Topic: Chicago Olympic Bid-- Economics, Security Issues and Traffic Jams
Topic: Iraq Study Group Announces Findings: Will President Bush Embrace Their Plan?
Guest: 1) Congressman Danny Davis
2) Alderwoman Toni Preckwinkle
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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2006:
Host: Janaan Hashim
Topic: Are the Holidays Aging Us? Stress at Work and Home During the Season of Peace
Guests: David Bowman, Chairman of TTG Human Resource Consultants
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MONDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2006:
Host: Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: Will the Baker Hamilton Commissions Report Bring Home The Troops?
Guests: Erik Leaver, Carol and Ed Neuman Fellow, Institute for Policy Studies
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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2006:
Host: Jamila Firdausee
Topic: Arts and Culture
Guests: 1) Najjar Abdul Musawwir, Arts Prof. of Southern Illinois University
2) Keep Tellim Em, Poet/MC
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2006:
Host: Adam Ghazi
Topic: Other Lands Have Dreams
Guests: Kathy Kelly, Nobel Peace Prize Nominee and Author
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2006:
Host: Janaan Hashim
Topic: Re-broadcast- International AIDS Conference/ Headlines
Guests: Dr. Mark Wainberg, Director of the McGill University AIDS Centre and Professor of Medicine and of Microbiology at McGill University in Montreal
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2006:
Host: Salman Azam
Topic: Ford Buyouts and Layoffs: Where Do Hardworkers Go From Here?
Guests: 1)Daniel Howes, Columnist for the Detroit News
2) Tom Morris, Career Development Expert and Author
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2006:
Host: Imran Husain
Topic: The Brutal Truth: A View of Iraq From The Ground
Guests: David Enders, Freelance Journalist(The Nation) and Author
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] TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 2006:
Host: Janaan Hashim
Topic: Iran, The Growing Power Broker In The Middle of Chaos
Topic:Bringing Fairer Wages to Illinois Citizens
Guests: 1)David Macmichael, ex analyst for the Central Intelligence Agency
2)Maneesha Date, Policy Analyst, Voices for Illinois Children
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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2006:
Host: Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: Re-broadcast- Behind the Crackdown on Political Patronage
Guests: 1)John Frendreis, Provost of Political Science Department, Loyola University in Chicago
2)Rob Richie, Executive Director, Fair Vote
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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 2006:
Host: Jamila Firdausee
Topic: Culture and Arts
Guests: 1)Hasan Salaam, Artist
2)Jamal Muhammad, Music Manager
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 2006:
Host: Sultan Muhammad and Amir Haq
Topic: U.S. AirWays Addresses Muslim Profiling Problem
Guests: 1)Andrea Rader, Spokesperson for US Airways
2)Omar Shahin, Spokesman for 6 Imams Removed From US Airways Flight
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2006:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: Lebanon: Behind the Assassination
Topic: Rare Muslim Timbuktu Exhibit
Guests: 1)Clovis Maksoud, Former Ambassador of the Arab League to the United Nations
2)Abdul Rashid, Founding Board Member
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 2006:
Host: Humaira Basith
Topic: Re-Broadcast- Impeaching Bush: An Election Year Ploy or The Real Deal?
Guests: 1)David A. Swanson, AfterDowningStreet.org
2)Richard Shenkman, Presidential Historian
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WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 22,2006
Host: Imran Husain
Topic: Re-Broadcast- Globalizations Impact on US Jobs
Guest: Jeffrey Faux, Founding President, Economic Policy Institute
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TUESDAY NOVEMBER 21, 2006
Host: Janaan Hashim
Topics: (1) The Surfacing of Bigotry: The Six Imams' Airplane Deboarding (Islamophobia) and Michael Richards' Comments (Racism)
(2) Offering a Helping Hand - Thanksgiving Baskets Go To CHA Residents and Elderly
Guest: (1) Sultan Muhammad, Communications Director of CAIR-Chicago
(2) Karen Price, Assistant Press Secretary for the Chicago Housing Authority
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MONDAY NOVEMBER 20, 2006:
Host: Frederick Al Deen
Topic: Why is Sexual Addiction a Problem?
Guest: John Glisson, Co-founder of Pure Community Ministries
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SATURDAY NOVEMBER 18, 2006:
Host: Adam Ghazi
Topic: Bush Administration and Legal Accountability
Guest: Elizabeth De La Vega
Guest: Dr. Sureya Sayadi
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FRIDAY NOVEMBER 17, 2006:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: Helping New Parents Raise Kids
Guest: Jim Fay, President and Co-Founder of the Love and Logic Institute
Topic: Is Nancy Pelosi the Nations Savior?
Guest: Tim Redmond, Executive Editor of the San Francisco Bay
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THURSDAY NOVEMBER 16, 2006:
Host: Salman Azam
Topic: Al Jazeera Turns English
Guest: Danny Schechter, Journalist
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2006:
Host: Imran Husain
Topic: Mininuim Wage Legislation
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TUESDAY NOVEMBER 14, 2006:
Host: Janaan Hashim
Rebroadcast
Topic: The Nuclear Stand-off with Iran
Guests: 1) David MacMichael, Steering Committee, Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity
2) Mohammed Sahimi, Professor, Chemical Engineering, University of Southern California
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MONDAY NOVEMBER 13, 2006:
Host: Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: Religious Edifices as Sanctuary from Law Enforcement
Guest: Pastor Walter Coleman, Priest at Adalderto United Methodist Church
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SUNDAY NOVEMBER 12, 2006:
Host: Jamila Firdausee
Topic: Arts and Culture Show
Guest: 1) Christie: Dancer, Fashion and Make-up Consultant
2) Wilma Fields, Diabetic
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SATURDAY NOVEMBER 11, 2006:
Host: Sultan Muhammad and Amir Haq
Topic: Genocide in Sudan...How Many Deaths Is To Many
Guest: 1) James E. Jennings, PhD President of Conscience International
2) Imam Talib Listen
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 10, 2006:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: Salute To Our Troops: Post-Election Iraq Politics: Whats The Next Move?
Guest: Cindy Sheehan, Mother of Iraq War Vetern Killed In Action and Anti-Iraq War Activist,
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Host: Salman Azam
Topic: Robert Gates: New Secretary of Defense...New Iraq Strategy?
Guest: Dr. Geoffrey Wawro, Director of the University of North Texas' Military History Center
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WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 8, 2006:
Host: Imran Husain and Sheneka Bolden
Topic: Election Surprise: The Winners, The Controversy and The Future.
Guest: Shelia Nix, Campaign Spokesperson for Illinois Governor, Rod Blagojevich
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TUESDAY NOVEMBER 7, 2006:
Host: Janaan Hashim and Sheneka Bolden
Topic: Elections: What's Good For Muslims, What's Good For America?
Guest: Sadiya Ahmed, Govermental Relations Coordinator with CAIR--Election Anyalist
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MONDAY NOVEMBER 6, 2006:
Host: Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: Injustice at Family Law Court
Guest: 1) Family Group Advocate, Anonymous
Guest: 2) Haady Taslim, Community Organizer for CAIR and Fellow with Illinois Commission on Immigrant and Refugee Rights
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SUNDAY NOVEMBER 5, 2006:
Host: Jamila Firdausee
Topic: Arts and Culture
Guest: Bilal, the Poet
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SATURDAY NOVEMBER 4, 2006:
Host: Adam Ghazi
Topic: Sadam Verdict and the Mid Term Elections
Guest: 1) Scott Horton, Chairman of the International Law Committee at New York
Guest: 2) Tom Engelhardt
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FRIDAY NOVEMBER 3, 2006:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: Chicago Elections
Guest: Congressman Danny K Davis, 7th District Chicago Illinois Listen
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 2, 2006:
Host: Salman Azam
Topic: How much do Campaign Ads influence Voters?
Guest: 1) Craig R. Smith, Director of the Center for First Amendment Studies
2) Brad Bannon,Democratic Strategist and Pollster
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WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 1, 2006:
Host: Imran Husain
Topic: On November 7th Will Your Vote Count?
Guest: 1) Tom Leach, Chicago Board of Elections
2) Wendy Weiser,Deputy Director of the Democracy Program- Brenner Center for Justice NYU LAW
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TUESDAY OCTOBER 31, 2006:
Host: Janaan Hashim
Topic: The explosion of Halloween as a Holiday: a look at History and Lore
Guest: 1) Don Wagner, Director of Middle Eastern Studies- North Park University
2) Richard Lachmann, Professor and Halloween expert from University of Albany, Tx
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MONDAY OCTOBER 30, 2006:
Host: Frederick Al Deen
Topic: Want your Child to have the best Education? Check out Phillps Exeter
Guest: 1) Zanib Qari, Muslim Advisor
2) Julie Quinn, Communications Director - Phillps Exeter
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SATURDAY OCTOBER 28, 2006:
Host:Sultan Muhammad and Amir Haq
Topic: The Art of Voter Suppression.....
Guest: 1) Mehrdad Azemun, The Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights
2) George Mojica, Immigrant Rights
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FRIDAY OCTOBER 27, 2006:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic:
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THURSDAY OCTOBER 26, 2006:
Host: Salman Azam br> Topic:
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WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 25, 2006:
Host: Imran Husein
Topic: Listen
TUESDAY OCTOBER 24, 2006:
Host: Janaan Hashim
Topic: Listen
MONDAY OCTOBER 23, 2006:
Host: Frederick Al Deen
Topic:
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FRIDAY OCTOBER 20, 2006:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic:
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THURSDAY OCTOBER 19, 2006:
Host: Salman Azam br> Topic:
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WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 18, 2006:
Host: Imran Husein
Topic: Coaching Strategies For Your Life
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TUESDAY OCTOBER 17, 2006:
Host: Janaan Hashim
Topic: Night of Power
Guest: Inamul Haq, Professor of Religion - Benedictine University
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MONDAY OCTOBER 16, 2006:
Host: Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: Prophet Muhammed (saaws): Man of Peace, A Leader on Defense
Guest: Imam Abdul Malik Mujahid, Chariman Chicago Council of Islamic Organizations - Greater Chicago
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FRIDAY October 13, 2006:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: North Korea....their Lives, Politics and New Agenda
Guest: John Feffer, Co-director of Foreign Policy in Focus and the Director of global affairs at the International Relations Center
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THURSDAY October 12, 2006:
Host: Salman Azam
Topic: Partnership Walk----Agha Khan Foundation Community Help Programs Topic: How Fast Will Your House Sell...We've got the Expert.
Topic: Raising the Wage - Calling On Congress
Guest: Eboo Patel, Commitee Member for Agha Khan Foundation
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WEDNESDAY October 11, 2006:
Host: Imran Hussain
Topic: 600,000 Thousand Iraqi Civillians Reported Dead- Since Iraq War Began
Topic: "Food For Thought": Bringing Conversation To The Family Dinner Table
Guest: 1) Julienne Smith, author of Food for Thought, Journalist and former Radio Host
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TUESDAY October 10, 2006:
Host: Janaan Hashim
Topic: Racial Profiling as a Law Enforcement Tool
Guest: 1) Angela Arboleda, Associate Director Criminal Justice Policy - National Council of La Raza
2) Daniel Harris, Professor of Law, University of Toledo Listen

MONDAY October 9, 2006:
Host: Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: The Military Commissions Act of 2006
Topic: International Committee on support of Imam Jamil Al-Ameen,
Guest: 1)Lisa Hajjar,Professor in the Law and Society Program at the University of California-Santa Barbara
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FRIDAY October 6, 2006:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: Breast Cancer Awarness: Myths, Exams, and Treatment.
Guest: 1)Dr. Sandhya Pruthi, Assistant Professor of Medicine - Mayo Clinic
2)Wendy Mason, Helpline Manager for the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation
) 3)Ruby Muzhar, Two Year Breast Cancer Survivor
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Thursday, October 5, 2006:
Host: Salman Azam
Topic: Murder in Rural America: A look at the Amish school massacre, and other deadly shootings
Guest:1) Sheneka Bolden
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WEDNESDAY October 4, 2006:
Host: Immran Hussain
Topic: Guns, Violence and the Pyschology of Children
Guest: 1) Jennifer Bishop, Regional Director for the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence
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TUESDAY, October 3, 2006:
Host: Janaan Hashim
Topic: The State of Religous Freedom in Europe and the U.S: The Effect of the Religious Majority on the Religious Minority
Guests:1) Angela C. Wu, International Director of the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty
2)Dr. Jeremy Gunn, ACLU Director of the Freedom of Religion and Belief
3)Eric Treene, Special Counsel for Religious Discrimination for the U.S. Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division Listen

MONDAY, October 2, 2006:
Host: Frederick Al-Deen opic: Islamic Calligraphy/ Headlines
Guests: Mohamad Zakariya
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SUNDAY October 1, 2006:
Host: Jamila Tasleem Firdause
Topic:
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SATURDAY September 30, 2006:
Host: Adam Ghazi
Topic:
Guests: Listen

FRIDAY September 29, 2006:
Host: Ayesha K. Mustafa
Topic: A Country of Burnouts on Zoloft: The Over Medication of American Society/ Weapons of Mass Destruction Sub-Committee Hearings
Guests: 1) Ambassador Thomas Graham, 2) Dr. Alan Sosin- Institute for Progressive Medicine Listen

THURSDAY September 28, 2006:
Host: Salman Azam
Topic: Re-broadcast
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WEDNESDAY September 27, 2006:
Host: Imran Husain, Carli Pierson
Topic: Local Headlines
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TUESDAY September 26, 2006:
Host: Janaan Hashim
Topic: Embracing Islam In Adulthood: A Heart-To-Heart Discussion
Guests: 1) Azra Bolden,Director of Development, Sound Vision Foundation, Embraced Islam At Age 19
2) Isa Matias,Chicago Chef and Proud Purto Rican, Embraced Islam at Age 32
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MONDAY September 25, 2006:
Host: Frederick al-Deen
Topic: Ramadan: Social, Economic, and Political Aspects
Guest: Dr. Sulayman S. Nyang, Professor of African Studies at Howard University
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FRIDAY September 22, 2006:
Host: Ayesha K. Mustafa
Topic: Rebroadcast
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THURSDAY September 21, 2006:
Host: Salman Azam
Topic: World of Warcraft Video Games/ Personal Space Flight Revolution/ Themes in Genetics
Guest: 1) Brian Schaaf, MIT Graduate and World of Warcraft Player/Guild Leader
2) Ian Murphy, Director of Media Relations for the X-Prize Foundation
3) Professor Kelly Ormond, Northwestern University Professor and Genetics Counselor
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WEDNESDAY, September 20, 2006:
Host: Imran Husain
Topic: IMF and World Bank Meetings in Singapore
Guest: 1) Roberto Bissio, Head of Secretairat for Social Watch
2) Celine Tan, Third World Network Representative
3) Neil Watkins, National Coordinator of Jubilee USA Network
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TUESDAY September 19, 2006:
Host: Janaan Hashim
Topic: The Pope's Comments/ Iran
Guest: 1) Scott Alexander, Director of the Catholic Theological Union
2) Carah Ong, Iran Policy Analyst at the Center for Arms Control and Nonproliferation
3) Robert Naiman, National Coordinator of "Just Foreign Policy"
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MONDAY September 18, 2006:
Host: Frederick al-Deen
Topic: Headlines/ Marriage Advice for New Muslim Women
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SUNDAY September 17, 2006:
Host: Jamila Tasleem Firdause
Topic:
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SATURDAY September 16, 2006:
Host: Adam Ghazi

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FRIDAY, September 15, 2006:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: Detainee and Terror Legislation...Is it Worth Your Freedom?
Guest: 1) Ray McGovern, Former Career Analyst with the CIA
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THURSDAY, September 14, 2006:
Host: Rebroadcast
Topic:
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WEDNESDAY, September 13, 2006:
Host: Imran Husain
Topic: Demanding Fair Wages: The Chicago "Big Box" Ordinance
Guest: 1) Alderman Toni Preckwinkle, Chicago 4th Ward
2) Rev. Gregory Livingston, President of 'The Hope Organization'
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TUESDAY, September 12, 2006:
Host: Janaan Hashim
Topic: Rebroadcast
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MONDAY, September 11, 2006:
Host: Frederick al-Deen
Topic: Muslim Survivor of 9/11
Guest: Listen

SUNDAY, September 10, 2006:
Host: Jamila Tasleem Firdausee
Topic:
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SATURDAY, September 9, 2006:
Host: Adam Ghazi
Topic:
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FRIDAY, September 8, 2006:
Host: Rebroadcast
Topic:
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THURSDAY, September 7, 2006:
Host: Salman Azam
Topic: Job Searches- How to Find a Job
Guest: 1)Judith Lansky, Lansky Career Consultants Listen

WEDNESDAY, September 6, 2006:
Host: Imran Husain
Topic: Sex Education: What our Children are Learning and What they Should be Learning
Guest: 1)William Smith, Vice President of Public Policy for SIECUS
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TUESDAY, September 5, 2006:
Host: Janaan Hashim
Topic: "Presidential War Power", Book Discussion/ Non Violence Tactics For Nations
Guest: 1)Louis Fisher, Author of Presidential War Power
2)Arun Ganhdi, Human Rights Activist and Grandson of Mahatma Gandhi
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MONDAY, September 4, 2006:
Host: Frederick Al Deen
Topic: Muslim Politicans ---- International Child Protection Information
Guest: 1)Keith Ellison, Muslim Candidate Running for National Office in Minnesota
2)Anees Jillani, Attorney and Human and Child Rights Advocate Listen

FRIDAY, September 1, 2006:
Host: Ayesha K. Mustafa
Topic: Live from WD Muhammad's Convention
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THURSDAY, August 31, 2006:
Host: Re-broadcast
Topic: Frederick al-Deen
Guests: Listen

WEDNESDAY, August 30, 2006:
Host: Imran Husian
Topic: Iran: Expert Opinions
Guests: 1) Gary Sick, National Security Council Staff under Presidents Ford, Carter and Reagan, Principal White House Aide for Iran during the Iranian Revolution and the hostage crisis and is an author on U.S.-Iranian relations
2) Raymond Tanter, Visiting Professor at Georgetown University- terrorism and proliferation of weapons of mass destruction
3) Ervand Abrahamian, Professor at City University of New York (CUNY), Author of the article "Iran: The Next Target?", "Inventing the Axis of Evil" and "Iran Between Two Revolutions"
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TUESDAY, August 29, 2006:
Host: Re-broadcast of May 30th, 2006
Topic: Janaan Hashim
Guests: Listen

MONDAY, August 28, 2006:
Host: Frederick al-Deen
Topic: Internet Safety and CPS Homeless Students
Guests: 1) Xavier Von Erck, Director of Operations and Founder of Perverted-Justice
2) Allyson Cooke, Executive Director of the Children First Fund
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SUNDAY, August 27, 2006:
Host: Jamila Firdausee
Topic: Sunday Arts and Culture Show
Guests: 1) Adam Ghazi
2) Sonz of Crescent
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SATURDAY, August 26, 2006:
Host: Adam Ghazi
Topic: Live from Lebanon's Ground Zone
Guests: 1) Adam Shapiro, Co-founder of the International Solidarity Movement
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FRIDAY, August 25, 2006:
Host: Frederick al-Deen
Topic: Government Secrecy and the Influence of Lobby Groups on the U.S. Government
Guests: 1) Stephen Zunes, Middle East Editor for the Foreign Policy in Focus project, and Author of Tinderbox: U.S. Middle East Policy and the Roots of Terrorism
2) Michael Neumann, "The Israel Lobby and Beyond"
3) Patrice McDermott, Director of OpenTheGovernment.org
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THURSDAY, August 24, 2006:
Host: Salman Azam
Topic: Minorities and Muslims in Journalism: Prospects and Challenges
Guests: 1) Miral Sattar, Editor-in-Chief of Divanee Magazine
2) Kim Baca, Interim Director of NAJA- Native American Journalists Association
3) Riz Khan, News Anchor for Al-Jazeera International and ex-BBC and CNN anchor
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WEDNESDAY, August 23, 2006:
Host: Re-braodcast of April 10th, 2006 show
Topic: Arab film Listen

TUESDAY, August 22, 2006:
Host: Janaan Hashim
Topic: Conversations: The Bush Agenda in Iraq/ Innovations in Bad Breath- How to Make it Better
Guests:1)Raed Jarrar, Global Exchange
2)Antonia Juhaz, Author of "The Bush Agenda: Invading the World, One Economy at a Time"
3)Dr. Christine Wu, PhD. UIC Professor of Periodontics and halitosis (bad breath) researcher
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MONDAY, August 21, 2006:
Host: Frederick al-Deen
Topic: Nation Building in Muslim Countries
Guests:1) Ray Salvatore Jennings, Public Policy Scholar at the Woodrow Wilson Center
2) Johanna Mendelson Forman, Author and Consultant- Former Director of Peace, Security and Human Rights Policy at the UN Foundation
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SATURDAY, August 20, 2006:
Host: Jamila Firdausee
Topic: Discussions Guests: 1) Mehdi Nur, Actor/Writer
2) Kevin Covall: Poet
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SATURDAY, August 19, 2006:
Host: Re-broadcast from 7/31/06
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FRIDAY, August 18, 2006:
Host: Janaan Hashim
Topic: International AIDS Conference/ Headlines
Guests: 1)Dr. Mark Wainberg, Director of the McGill University AIDS Centre and Professor of Medicine and of Microbiology at McGill University in Montreal
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THURSDAY, August 17, 2006:
Host: Salman Azam
Topic: Colombia: Re-visiting Plan Colombia, the Re-election of President Uribe
Guests: 1)Larry Birns, Director of the Counicl on Hemispheric Affairs
2)Carli Pierson, Producer
3)Mark Weisbrot, Co-Director at the Center for Economic and Policy Research
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WEDNESDAY, August 16, 2006:
Host: Imran Husain
Topic: Airport Security Policy/ 10 Year Anniversary of Welfare Reform
Guests: 1)Whitney Eichinger, Spokesperson for Southwest Airlines
2)Lara Useldin, Spokesperson for Transportation Security Administration (TSA)
3)Rachel Gragg, Senior Policy Analyst at the Center for Community Change
4)Avis Jones-DeWeever, Director at the Institute for Women's Policy Research

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TUESDAY, August 15, 2006:
Host: Janaan Hashim
Topic: Back to School
Guests: 1)Russell A. Poldrack, Ph.d. Associate Professor- UCLA Department of Psychology
2)Farhat Siddiqi, Principal of Universal School

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MONDAY, August 14, 2006:
Host: Frederick al-Deen
Topic: Venezuela: Policy, Reform and Controversy
Guests: 1)Nathaly Rodriguez, Venezuelan Citizen and Miami Resident
2)Matan Shamir, Research Analyst at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs (C.O.H.A.)
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FRIDAY, August 11, 2006:
Host: Ayesha K. Mustafa
Topic: African American Women, Marriage and Religion
Guests: 1)Dr. Bombadi Shakoor Abdullah, Commmunity activist and Psychologist
2)Imam Faheem Shuaibe, Community Leader and Religious Educator
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THURSDAY, August 10, 2006:
Host: Humaira Basith
Topic: Terrorist Plot Allegations-Financial and Civil Impacts in the U.S. and Britain
Guests: 1) Omar Waraich, Independant Journalist in Britain
2) Professor Rob Willer, Professor of the Sociology- UC Berkeley
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WEDNESDAY, August 9, 2006:
Host: Imran Husain
Topic: MLS All Stars vs. Chelsea/ The Soccer Explosion in America
Guests: 1) Jim Moorehouse, U.S. Soccer Federation
2) Dan Courtemanche, Vice President of Marketing & Communications for Major League Soccer
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TUESDAY, August 8, 2006:
Host: Janaan Hashim
Topic: Humanitarian and Environmental Crises Facing Lebanon
Guests: 1) Rabih Yazbeck, Program Coordinator for the Near East Foundation emergency assistance program in Lebanon
2) Wael Hmaidan, Coordinator of the Oil Spill Working Group- on behalf of Lebanese enviornmental NGO's
3) Kristen Knutson, Spokesperson for the Office for Coordination of Humanitarian Affaris (OCHA)) for the United Nations Listen

MONDAY, August 7, 2006:
Host: Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: Imperialist American Goverment: The Secret American Society
Guests: 1) John Dean, Noted Political Author and Former President Nixon White House Counsel
2) Christopher Pyle, Professor of Politics and Civil Liberties Expert
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SUNDAY, August 6, 2006:
Host: Jamila Firdausee
Topic: Sunday Night Arts Show- Highlights from the Hip Hop Political Convention 2006
1) A.I.M., Hip Hop Group and manager Leila Steinberg(Tupac Shakur's first manager)
2) Sam Greenlee, Writer and Poet author of "The Spook That Sat By the Door"
3) Immortal Techinque, (Hip-Hop artist) and many other artists and activists
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SATURDAY, August 5, 2006:
Host: Adam Ghazi
Topic: North/South Side Parades
Guests: 1) Colonel Eugene F. Scott, President of Chicago Defender Charities, Inc.
2) Said Khan, Organizer of Pakistan Independence Day Parade
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FRIDAY, August 4, 2006:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: The Atomic Bomb: Sixty Years Later...Where are We Now?
Guests: 1) Robert Norris, Senior Research Associate with the National Resources Defense Council
2) Marylia Kelley,Executive Director of Tri-Valley Communties Againt a Radioactive Enviorment
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THURSDAY, August 3, 2006:
Host: Salman Azam
Topic: ISNA Convention/ The Exxon Mobile Profit Machine
Guests: 1) Ahmed el Attab, Executive Board of ISNA
2) Shawnee Hoover,Director of Exxpose Exxon.com Coalition
3) James Paul, Executive Director Global Policy Forum
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WEDNESDAY, August 2, 2006:
Host: Imran Husain
Topic: The State of American Indians Today: Challenges and Achievements
Guests: 1) Tadd Johnson, ex-Chair of the National Indian Gaming Commission, Solicitor General for the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe in Minnesota
2) George Lewis, President of the Ho-Chunk Nationin in Wisconsin
3) Eutimia Montoya, Stanford University Anthropological Sciences Graduate, Student of the Nahuatal Aztec Language and Member of an Aztec Dance Group
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TUESDAY, August 1, 2006:
Host: Janaan Hashim
Topic: Fidel Castro's Resignation/ Democracy and Military Governments: Argentina and Pakistan
Guests: 1) Sr. Gustavo Wolfenson Ferrari, Argentine Ambassador to Cuba
2) Sr. Julio Burdman, Director of the School of International Relations at the Universidad de Belgrano- Buenos Aires, Argentina
3) Atiya Khan, PhD. Candidate at the University of Chicago- Modern South Asian History Specialist
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MONDAY, July 31, 2006:
Host: Frederick al-Deen
Topic: The Tragedy of Qana
Guests: 1) Judith Brown Chomsky, Human Rights Attorney
2) Eugene Bird, President of the Center for the National Interest
3) John Quigley, Professor of Law at Ohio State University
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SUNDAY, July 30, 2006:
Host: Jamila Firdausee
Topic: The Sunday Night Arts Show
Guests: 1) Libya Pugh, Actress
2) Naeem Randhama, Producer
3) Charles Miles, Spoken Word Artist
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SATURDAY, July 29, 2006:
Host: Frederick al-Deen
Topic: Middle Eastern Crisis Update
Guests: None
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FRIDAY, JULY 28, 2006:
Host: Ayesha K. Mustafa
Topic: Film Discussion - Politics, Religion and Race
Guests: 1) Aaron Reauseau, Film Producer
2) Marc Cayce , Writer and Director
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THURSDAY, JULY 27, 2006:
Host: Dr. Aminah McCloud
Topic: Islamic Networks and Difficult Dialogues Program: Muslim-American Avenues of Communication
Guests: 1)Maha El-Genaidi, President and Founder of Islamic Networks Group (ING))
2)Professors Judith Richards and Cynthia WIlliams, Park University Professors and Organizers of "Difficult Dialogues"
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 2006:
Host: Imran Husain, Carli Pierson
Topic: Chicago Police Torture Investiagtion/ Steele Election for Cook County Interim Board President
Guests: 1)Frank Avila, Esq., Attorney for alleged Chicago Police Commander Jon Burge's torture victim, Aaron Patterson
2)Danny K. Davis, Illinois Congressman
3)Tony Peraica, Republican Candidate for Cook County Board President
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TUESDAY, JULY 25, 2006:
Host: Janaan Hashim
Topic: Stem Cell Research Debate/ Muslim Civil Rights
Guests: 1)James Reston, Author of "Fragile Innocence: A Father's Memoir of His Daughter's Courageous Journey"
2)Dr. Mathew Lensch, Genetics Specialist in the Daley Laboratory at Children's Hospital Boston/ Department of Biological Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology Harvard Medical School
3)Engy Abdelkader, Esq., Member of AMAL and Author of A Muslim Woman's Guide to Her Civil Rights: When Faith Practices Trigger Discrimination in America Listen

MONDAY, JULY 24, 2006:
Host: Federick Al-Deen, Dr. Aminah McCloud
Topic: 40th Commemoration of the Chicago Freedom Movement
Guests: 1)Rev. Calvin Morris, Director Community Renewal Society
2)Kale Williams, Senior Scholar-Loyola University 3)James Ralph, author Northern Protest Listen

FRIDAY, JULY 21, 2006:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: Civil Rights Era and Book Discussion "Soul on Islam" The Messengers- Faith Programming
Guests: 1)Ahmad Eldridge Cleaver, Author
2)Iman Mafi, Financial Advisor and Motivational Speaker Listen

THURSDAY, JULY 20, 2006:
Host: Salman Azam
Topic: Muslim Identity Issues in England Shari'a Compliant Laws
Guests: 1)Lord Nazir, Member of the House of Parliament
2)Monem Salam, Fiancial Advisor Listen

WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 2006:
Host: Imran Husain, Sheneka Bolden
Topic:Immigration Rally/Illinois Child Support Enforcement Program/Foster Care
Guests: 1)Norris Stevenson, Deputy Administrator of Operations for Illinois Child Support Enforcement
2)Thamreen Siddiqui, Social Service Coordinator for Council of Islamic Organizations of Greater Chicago Listen

TUESDAY, JULY 18, 2006:
Host:Janaan Hashim
Topic: Interviews with Hezbollah/ Mismanagement of Oil Revenue in the Middle East
Guests: 1)David Barsamian, Host of "Alternative Radio", Author and Journalist
2)Dr. Scheherazade S. Rehman, Professor of International Business/Finance and International Affairs, Fullbright Scholar, George Washington University Elliot School of International Affairs Listen

MONDAY, JULY 17, 2006:
Host: Fredrick Al-Deen
Topic: Media and the Occupation
Guests: 1)Jamal Dajani, Producer of T.V. program "Mosaic: World News from the Middle East"
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FRIDAY, JULY 14, 2006:
Host: Ayesha K. Mustafaa
Topic: Occupied and Invaded: The Truth About Israel
Guests: 1)Ali Abunimah, Commentator and Researcher at University of Chicago
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THURSDAY, JULY 13, 2006:
Host: Salman Azam
Topic: Israel's Invasion into Lebanon/ Iraqi Rape Case
Guests: 1)Joseph Margulies, Professor, Northwestern University
2) Nidal Ibrahim, Executive Director, Arab American Institute
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 2006:
Host: Ruby Khan, Carli Pierson
Topic: Hotel Workers Rights and Unionization
Guests: 1)Marlene Patrick-Cooper, Treasurer, UNITE HERE
2) Anonymous, Hotel Manager in Training
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TUESDAY, JULY 11, 2006:
Host: Janaan Hashim
Topic: Supreme Court Ruling on Guantanamo Military Tribunals
Guests: 1)Geoffrey Stone, Professor of Law, University of Chicago
2)Leonard Rubenstein, Executive Director, Physicians for Human Rights
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MONDAY, JULY 10, 2006:
Hosts: Fredrick Al-Deen and Aminah McCloud
Topic: Elder Care For the Muslim Community
Guests: 1)Rabbi Cary Kozberg, Director of Religious Life, Council for Jewish Elderly
2)Hajja Rafiqa Abdul Rasheed, Gerontologist and Director of Jewels of Islam Program
3)Manira Sallock, Community Member and Organizer of Islamic Center of Toledo elderly residence
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SUNDAY, JULY 9, 2006:
Host: Jamila Firdausee
Topic: Arts and Culture Show
Guests: 1)Sadarri Saskil, Award Winning multi-lingual storyteller, Globaltales.com
2)Naimah Abdul Kariem, Founder, Nassuni Enterprises Listen

SATURDAY, JULY 8, 2006:
Host: Adam Ghazi
Topic: Birthing and Infant Care Guest: Jessica Steigler, Author, A Perfect Birth
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FRIDAY, JULY 7, 2006:
Guest Host:Naim Simpkins
Topic: Tips for a Healthy Marriage
Guests: 1)Aneesah Nadir, President, Islamic Social Services Association
2)Jihad Turk, Director of Religious Affairs, Islamic Society of Southern California
3)Cynthia Gatziolis, Director of Public Relations, Mayor's Office for Special Events (Taste of Chicago)
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THURSDAY, JULY 6, 2006:
Host:Janaan Hashim
Topic: Muslims in France and French Minister of Equal Opportunity's Visit
Guest: Dr. Jocelyn Cesari, Principal Research Fellow, Center for Middle Eastern Studies, Harvard University
Including Excerpts of French Minister of Equal Opportunity, Azouz Begag's Speech at French Consul
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 2006:
REBROADCAST of MAY 31, 2006 Program:
Host: Imran Husain
Topic: Charity Care in Cook County: Are hospitals providing the care they should?
Guests: 1)Heather O'Donnell, Director of Budget and Policy Analysis, Center for Tax and Budget Accountability
2)Howard Peters, Senior Vice President of Government Relations, Illinois Hospital Association
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TUESDAY, JULY 4, 2006:
REBROADCAST of June 15, 2006 Program:
Host: Aminah McCloud
Topic: Chicago Council on Foreign Relations' Muslim Taskforce--How will it involve and affect the community?
Guest: Marshall Bouton, President, Chicago Council on Foreign Relations
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MONDAY, JULY 3, 2006:
REBROADCAST of May 8, 2006 Program
Hosts: Fredrick Al-Deen and Aminah McCloud Topic: American Muslims and the 2006/8 Elections: A Local Perspective
Guests: 1)Victor Begg, Former Member of School Board, Bloomfield Hills, MI
2)Mohammad El-Biary, Executive Director, Peace and Justice Foundation (Texas)
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SUNDAY, JULY 2, 2006:
Host: Jamila Firdausee
Topic: Arts and Culture Show
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SATURDAY, JULY 1, 2006:
Host: Salman Azam
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FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 2006:
Host: Ayesha K. Mustafaa
Topics: 1)Bombardment of Gaza and 2)Afro-Carribean Festival of Life
Guests: 1)Naseer Aruri, Associate Professor, University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth
2)Glyne Griffith, Associate Professor, English Department, University of Albany and Editor of Caribbean Cultural Identities
3)Calypso Rose, Legendary Caribbean Musical Artist
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THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 2006:
REBROADCAST of May 25, 2006 Program
Host:
Adam Ghazi
Topic: What the Muslim World is Thinking about Terrorism and the US
Guests: 1)Richard Wike, Senior Project Director, Pew Global Attitudes Project
2)Dalia Mogahed, Gallup Strategic Analyst and Executive Director of Gallup Muslim Studies
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 2006:
Host: Imran Husain
Topic: Chicago Headlines: Big Box Ordinance and Sorich Trial
Guests: 1)Alderman Joe Moore, Chicago City Council
2)Dr. Calvin Morris, Executive Director, Community Urban Renewal
3)William Frievogel, Professor, Paul Simon Public Policy Institute
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TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 2006:
Host: Salman Azam
Topic: Approaching Interfaith Work: Three Perspectives
Guests: 1)Scott Alexander, Professor, Catholic Theological Union
2)Azam Nizamuddin, Attorney and Member of Interfaith Committee, Council of Islamic Organizations of Chicago
3)Noah Silverman, Member, Interfaith Youth Core
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MONDAY, JUNE 26, 2006:
Host: Fredrick Al-Deen
Topic: Summer Curfews in Chicagoland: Are they effective?
Guests: 1)Sargent Marshall McQuinley, Day Shift Supervisor, Juvenile Division, Aurora Police Department
2) Alex Koroknay-Palicz, Executive Director, National Youth Rights Association
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SUNDAY, JUNE 25, 2006:
Host: Jamila Firdausee
Topic: Arts and Culture Show
Guests: 1)Mariam Sobh, Co-Founder of Association of Muslim Women Artists
2) Taj Amir, Muslim R&B and Soul Singer
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SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 2006:
Host: Salman Azam
Topic: Summer for teens and young adults
Guest: Tahera Ahmed, Camp Coordinator
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FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 2006:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
Topics: Arrests in Miami and Silk Road Chicago
Guests: 1)Abdul Malik Mujahid, Chairperson of Executive Board, Chicago Council on Islamic Organizations
2) Isabelle Hunter, Program Director, Silk Road Chicago
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THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 2006:
Host: Ruby Khan
Topic: Environmentalism in the Muslim World: Is it a priority?
Guests: 1)Odeh Al Jayyousi, Regional Director, West/Central Asia & North Africa, The World Conservation Union
2) Saleem Ali, Associate Professor, Environmental Studies, University of Vermont
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 2006:
Host: Imran Husain
Topic: How is Gang Activity Changing? A Look at the Chicago Crime Commission Report
Guests: 1)General Counsel, Chicago Crime Commission
2) Jamil Wright, ICIC Site & Jail Outreach Coordinator, Inner-City Muslim Action Network
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TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 2006:
Host: Janaan Hashim
Topic: Fillipino Muslims from Mindanao Visiting the US
Guests: 1)Fatima Khanakhan, Deputy General, Autonomous Regions of Muslim Mindanao
2) Susan Russell, Project Director, Northern Illinois University
3)Suharto Ambolodto, Regional Coordinator and Advisor to Regional Assembly
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MONDAY, JUNE 19, 2006:
Host: Fredrick Al-Deen
Topic: Muslims Running for Office
Guests: 1)Salman Aftab, 50th Ward Candidate for Alderman, Chicago
2) Ahmad Hassan, Candidate for US Congress, District 18 in Texas
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SUNDAY, JUNE 18, 2006:
Host: Jamila Firdausee
Topic: Arts and Culture Show

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SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 2006:
Host: Salman Azam
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FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 2006:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: Wal-Mart Coming to Chicago and the City is Fighting Back
Guest: 1)Vernal Coleman, Communications Fellow, Interfaith Worker Alliance
2) James Thinwade, Executive Director, Jobs for Justice
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THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 2006:
Host: Aminah McCloud
Topic: Chicago Council on Foreign Relations' Muslim Taskforce--How will it involve and affect the community?
Guest: Marshall Bouton, President, Chicago Council on Foreign Relations
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 2006:
Host: Imran Husain
Topic: In Chicago: Laski Conviction and Stroeger Replacement and Nigerian Fulbright Scholar
Guests: 1)Patrick Kelley, Founder and Editor, Modern Vetebrate.com
2) Tajuddeen Gbadamosi, Fulbright Scholar and Residence, Le Moyne-Owen College (TN)
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TUESDAY, JUNE 13, 2006:
Host: Janaan Hashim
Topic:Haditha, Zarqawi and US Troops in Iraq: Where do we go from here?
Guests: 1)Aaron Glantz, Journalist and Author, How America Lost Iraq
2) Milan Rai, Author, of 7/7: The London Bombings, Islam and the Iraq War
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MONDAY, JUNE 12, 2006:
Host: Fredrick Al-Deen and Aminah McCloud
Topic:Men's Health Week
Guests: 1)Joseph Harrington, Representative, Chronic Disease Program
2) Abbas Hyderi, Assistant Professor of Clinical Family Practice, University of Illinois in Chicago
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SUNDAY, JUNE 11, 2006:
Host: Jamila Firdausee
Topic: Arts and Culture Show

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SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 2006:
Host: Salman Azam
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FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 2006:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic:Around Chicago This Summer
Guests:1)
2)Greg Perkins, Founder, Chicago Blues Museum
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THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 2006:
Host: Dr. Aminah McCloud and Fredrick Al-Deen
Topic:Arrests in Toronto, Anti-Muslim Backlash and Implications for American Muslim Community
Guests:1) Sheema Khan, Community Activist and Freelance Journalist
2)Imam Hamid Slimi, Director, International Muslims Organization of Toronto 3)Dr. Parvez Ahmed, Chairman of the Board, Council on American Islamic Relations
4)Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf, Author, What's Right with Islam
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 2006:
Host: Imran Husain
Topic: 2006 Soccer World Cup in Germany
Guests:1) Sean Keener, Founder, World Cup Blog.org
2)George Chazaro, President of the Illinois Soccer Association
3)George Gorecki, Web Administrator for National Soccer League of Chicago
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TUESDAY, JUNE 6, 2006:
Host: Janaan Hashim
Topic: National Hunger Awareness Day
Guests:1) Dennis Smith, President, Northern Illinois Food Bank
2) Suzanne Hanney, Editor, Streetwise Newspaper
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MONDAY, JUNE 5, 2006:
Hosts: Fredrick Al-Deen and Aminah McCloud
Topic: Muslims in the UK
Guest: Dominic Casiani, Community Affairs Correspondent, British Broadcasting Company

SUNDAY, JUNE 4, 2006:
Host: Jamila Firdausee
Topic: Arts and Culture Show
Guests: 1) Mike Shaprio, Founder of MuslimHipHop.com
2) Adrian Jasper, Spoken Word Artist
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SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 2006:
Host: Fredrick Al-Deen
Topic: U.S. government should push for a nuclear-free Middle East Guest: James Abourezk, Former US Senator from South Dakota
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FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 2006:
Host: Ayesha Mustafa
Topic: Children with Autism: Treatment and Support
Guests:1) Dr. Abdul Akhras, Pediatric Neurologist
2)Terri Smalls, General Manager, Autism One Radio
3)Wendy Murphy, Administrator, Easter Seals Therapeutic Day School in Chicago
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THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 2006:
Guest host: Ruby Khan
Topic: Proxy War in Somalia: Is the US involved?
Guests:1) Ali N. Mohamed, Associate Professor, Communication and Media Studies,Edinboro University (Pennsylvania)
2)Khalil Bendib, Muslim Political Cartoonist
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 31, 2006:
Host: Imran Husain
Topic: Charity Care in Cook County: Are hospitals providing the care they should?
Guests: 1)Heather O'Donnell, Director of Budget and Policy Analysis, Center for Tax and Budget Accountability
2)Howard Peters, Senior Vice President of Government Relations, Illinois Hospital Association
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TUESDAY, MAY 30, 2006:
Host: Janaan Hashim
Topic: View on Southeast Asia: Indonesian Earthquake and East Timor Unrest
Guests: 1)Nickalaus Harjanto, Doctoral Candidate at Northern Illinois University and Indonesian
2)Rizwan Mowlana, CEO and President, Asia Relief
3)Jonathan Miller, Founder, East Timor and Indonesia Action Network
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MONDAY, MAY 29, 2006:
Topic: Rebroadcast of August 19, 2005 Show on Veterans for Peace
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SUNDAY, MAY 28, 2006:
Host: Jamila Firdausee
Topic: Arts and Culture Show
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SATURDAY, MAY 27, 2006:
Host: Abdul Malik Mujahid
Topic: Walls, Bills, and Vigils
Guests: 1)Fred Tsao, Attorney, Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights
2)Jorge Mujica, Freelance journalist
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FRIDAY, MAY 26, 2006:
Host: Aminah McCloud
Topic: Islamic Literacy in the Muslim Community
Guest: Umar Farooq Abdullah, Scholar-in-Residence, Nawawi Foundation
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THURSDAY, MAY 25, 2006:
Host: Adam Ghazi
Topic: What the Muslim World is Thinking about Terrorism and the US
Guests: 1)Richard Wike, Senior Project Director, Pew Global Attitudes Project
2)Dalia Mogahed, Gallup Strategic Analyst and Executive Director of Gallup Muslim Studies
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 2006:
Host: Imran Husain
Topic: Interest Free Islamic Finance: Two Perspectives
Guests: 1)Yahya Abdur-Rahman, CEO, La Riba Bank
2)Masud Khan, Founder, Understanding Shariah.org
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TUESDAY, MAY 23, 2006:
Host: Janaan Hashim
Topic: Biking for Fun in Chicago
Guests: 1)Eve Jennings, Mayor Daley’s Bicycling Ambassadors
2)Rob Sadowsky, Executive Director, Chicago Bicycling Federation
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MONDAY, MAY 22, 2006:
Host: Fredrick Al-Deen
Topic: Behind the Crackdown on Political Patronage
Guests: 1)John Frendreis, Provost of Political Science Department, Loyola University in Chicago
2)Rob Richie, Executive Director, Fair Vote
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SUNDAY, MAY 21, 2006:
Host: Jamila Firdausee
Topic: Arts and Culture Show
Guest: 1)Rubi Nicholas, America's Funniest Mom, Comedian 2)Diana Pena, Co-Founder, Latino Muslims of Chicago
3)Mary Ali, Instructor, Institute of Islamic Education
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SATURDAY, MAY 20, 2006:
Host: Salman Azam

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FRIDAY, MAY 19, 2006:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: Do Charter Schools Measure Up?
Guests: 1)Dr. Bambade Abdullah, Principal, Private Muslim School
2)Lynne El-Amin Waheed, founded E-Mecca, private Muslim School in Chicago
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THURSDAY, MAY 18, 2006:
Host: Adam Ghazi
Topic: Minorities on TV
Guest: 1)David O'Connor, Founder, O'Connor Casting
2)Demona Resnick, Diversity Casting, NBC/Universal
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 2006:
Host: Imran Husain
Topic: Chicago's Bid for the 2016 Olympics
Guests: 1)Akif Malik, Founder, Chicago Metropolitan Organizing Committee

TUESDAY, MAY 16, 2006:
Host: Janaan Hashim
Topic: Corporate Lobby and Foreign Policy Influencing the US Price of Oil
Guests: 1) Charlie Cray, Center for Corporate Policy
2)Antonia Juhasz, Institute for Policy Studies
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MONDAY, MAY 15, 2006:
Host: Fredrick Al-Deen
Topic: The Launch of Al-Jazeera International: Giving CNN a run for its money?
Guests: 1)Riz Khan, Senior Correspondent, Al-Jazeera International
2)Sam Husseini, Communications Director, Institute for Public Accuracy
3)Yasin Dutton, Lecturer on Arab and Islamic Studies, Edinburgh University (UK)
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SUNDAY, MAY 14, 2006:
Host: Jamila Firdausee
Topic: Arts and Culture Show
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SATURDAY, MAY 13, 2006:
Host: Salman Azam

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FRIDAY, MAY 12, 2006:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: Crisis in the Palestinian Authority
Guests: 1)Ambassador Afif Safieh, Head of Palestinian Mission to the US
2)Andrew Whitley, Director, United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNWRA)
3)Matthew Hodes, Director, Conflict Resolution Program, The Carter Center
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THURSDAY, MAY 11, 2006:
Host: Adam Ghazi
Topic: What the American Consumer needs to know about Rising Gas Prices
Guest: 1)Alex Knott, Political Editor, Center for Public Integrity
2)Tom Athanasiou, Co-Founder, Eco-Equity
3)Rodney Weinzierl, Executive Director, Illinois Corn Growers Association and Marketing Board
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 2006:
Host: Imran Husain
Topic: The Conflict and Peace in Darfur
Guests: 1)Mohammad Ibrahim, Project Voice, American Friends Service Committee
2) Ben Prochazka, Campaign Manager, SAVE Darfur
3) Hodari Ali, Executive Director, Give Peace a Chance
4) James Jennings, Founder and President, Conscience International
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TUESDAY, MAY 9, 2006:
Guest Host: Janaan Hashim
Topic:Democratization in Muslim Countries
Guest: 1)Shirin Ebadi, Iranian Activist and 2003 Nobel Peace Prize Winner
2)Merve Kavakci, Lecturer, Islam and Democracy and Former Turkish Member of Parliament
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MONDAY, MAY 8, 2006:
Host: Fredrick Al-Deen and Aminah McCloud
Topic: American Muslims and the 2006/8 Elections: A Local Perspective
Guest: 1)Victor Begg, Former Member of School Board, Bloomfield Hills, MI
2)Mohammad El-Biary, Executive Director, Peace and Justice Foundation (Texas)
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SUNDAY, MAY 7, 2006:
Host: Jamila Firdausee
Topic: Arts and Culture Show
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SATURDAY, MAY 6, 2006:
Host: Salman Azam

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FRIDAY, MAY 5, 2006:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
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THURSDAY, MAY 4, 2006:
Host: Adam Ghazi
Topic: Single Parenting

WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 2006:
Host: Imran Husain

TUESDAY, MAY 2, 2006:
Host: Janaan Hashim
Topic: May Day Rally: An Assessment of Chicago's Largest Rally to Date Guests: 1) Marilu Gonzalez, Organizer of rally
2) Father Marco Mercado, Good Shephard Catholic Church and Interfaith Sermon Organizer
3) Oscar Avila, Reporter, Chicago Tribune
4) Dalia Alramahi, Aqsa School student, Rally participant
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MONDAY, MAY 1, 2006:
Host: Fredrick Al-Deen and Aminah McCloud
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SUNDAY, APRIL 30, 2006:
Host: Jamila Firdausee
Topic: Arts and Culture Show
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SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 2006:
Host: Salman Azam
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FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 2006:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
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THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 2006:
Host: Adam Ghazi

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26, 2006:
Rebroadcast
TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 2006:
Rebroadcast
MONDAY, APRIL 24, 2006:
Host: Fredrick Al-Deen
Topic: US Trade Deficit with China and Its Impact on You
Guests: 1)Dear Baker, Director, Center for Economic Policy Research
2) Thea Lee, Chief International Economist, AFL-CIO
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SUNDAY, APRIL 23, 2006:
Host: Jamila Firdausee
Topic: Arts and Culture Show
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SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 2006:
Topic: Rebroadcast

FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 2006:
Host: Ayesha K. Mustafaa
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THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 2006:
Host: Humaira Basith
Topic: Where is the War on Terror?
Guests: 1)Faisal Devji, Professor of History, New School International
2)Michael Sells, Professor of Islamic History and Literature, Divinity School, University of Chicago
3)Fawaz Gerges, Professor of Middle Eastern History, Sarah Lawrence College
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 2006:
Host: Imran Husain
Topic: American Arab and Muslim Journalists
Guests: 1)Remi Kanazi, Co-Founder of Poetic Injustice.net and Freelance Journalist
2) Reshma Yaqub, Contributing Editor, Parents Magazine

TUESDAY, APRIL 18, 2006:
Guest Host: Ruby Khan
Topic:US Renditions and Secret Prisons
Guest: 1)Eric Sears, Program Manager, Amnesty International
2)Khurram Wahid, Human Rights Attorney
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MONDAY, APRIL 17, 2006:
Host: Fredrick Al-Deen and Aminah McCloud
Topic:1)Muslims in India 2)The Israeli Lobby
Guest: 1)Syed Shahabuddin, Former Indian Member of Parliament
2)Michael Neumann, Professor of Philosophy, Trent University (Canada)
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SUNDAY, APRIL 16, 2006:
Host: Jamila Firdausee
Topic: Arts and Culture Show
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SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 2006:
Host: Abdul Malik Mujahid
Topic:
Tax Day
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FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 2006:
Host: Abdul Malik Mujahid
Topic: Where is the Rest of America on the Immigration Issue?
Guests: 1)Reverend James Lawson, President, Southern Christian Leadership Union
2) Rey Lopez-Calderon, Activist, Allianza
3) Christine Lopez, Deputy Director, Community Change Listen

THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 2006:
Host: Humaira Basith
Topic: What are the Issues facing American Muslim Teens?
Guest: Shaza Khan, Doctoral Candidate and Researcher of American Muslim Teen Issues

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 2006:
Host: Imran Husain
Topic: Globalizations Impact on US Jobs
Guest: Jeffrey Faux, Founding President, Economic Policy Institute
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TUESDAY, APRIL 11, 2006:
Host: Janaan Hashim
Topic: The Nuclear Stand-off with Iran
Guests: 1) David MacMichael, Steering Committee, Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity
2)Mohammed Sahimi, Professor, Chemical Engineering, University of Southern California
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MONDAY, APRIL 10, 2006:
Host: Fredrick Al-Deen
Topic: The White House Leak Scandal
Guests: 1)Larry Johnson, former CIA and State official
2) Robert Parry, Editor, Consortium News.com
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SUNDAY, APRIL 9, 2006:
Host: Jamila Firdausee
Topic: Arts and Culture Show
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SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 2006:
Topic: Rebroadcast

FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 2006:
Host: Ayesha K. Mustafaa
Topic: Mysteries of the New Testament: Da Vinci Code and the Gospel of Judas
Guests: 1)Margaret Mitchell, Professor, Divinity School, University of Chicago
2)Edgar Kertz, Professor Emeritus, Lutheran Theological Seminary in Chicago
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THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 2006:
Host: Adam Ghazi and Humaira Basith
Topic: Immigration Vote in Congress: 11 million hang in the balance
Guests: 1)John Keely, Communications Director, Center for Immigration Studies
2)Maricela Garcia, former director, Illinois Coalition for Immigrants and Refugees
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 2006:
Host: Imran Husain
Topic: Real Estate Investments--A Wise Choice?
Guests: 1)Thomas Bothen, Professor, University of Illinois at Chicago
2) Mohammad Husain, Real Estate Investor

TUESDAY, APRIL 4, 2006:
Host: Janaan Hashim and Ruby Khan
Topic: Headlines of the Week Listen

MONDAY, APRIL 3, 2006:
Host: Fredrick Al-Deen
Topic: One Community's Struggle to Understand and Apply Its Sacred Book
Guests: 1)Pastor Rauf Boulos, Moody Church
2) Dr. Ahmed Murad, Quran Group Teacher
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SUNDAY, APRIL 2, 2006:
Host: Jamila Firdausee
Topic: Arts and Culture Show
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SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 2006:
Topic: Rebroadcast

FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 2006:
Host: Ayesha K. Mustafaa
Topic: Islamic Education in America and Integration
Guests: 1)Afeefa Sayeed, Co-Founder and Director, Al-Fatih School, Virginia
2)Yvonne Haddad, Professor, Center for Christian Muslim Understanding, Georgetown University
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THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 2006:
Host: Adam Ghazi
Topic: Causes of Sunni-Shia Strife in Iraq
Guests: 1)Laith Saud, Lecturer, Islamic History, DePaul University
2)Hadani Ditmars, Freelance Journalist and Author of "Dancing in the No-Fly Zone"
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 2006:
Host: Imran Husain
Topic: Racial Profiling: Is it still happening?
Guests: Wendy Park, Attorney and Racial Justice Fellow, ACLU of Illinois
Abdul Majid, Victim of Racial Profiling
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TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 2006:
Guest Host: Ruby Khan
Topic: What is the state of Girl's Education in Afghanistan and Pakistan?
Guests: 1)Greg Mortenson, Executive Director, Central Asia Institute and Author of "Three Cups of Tea"
2)Mark Ward, Former Mission Director, Pakistan and Deputy Assistant Adminstrator, Bureau for Asia and Near East, US Agency for International Development
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MONDAY, MARCH 27, 2006:
Guest Host: Altaf Kaiseruddin
Topic: Islamic Perspective of the Case of the Afghan Christian Convert
Guests: 1)Imam Muhammad Magid, All-Dulles Area Muslims (ADAMS)Center
2)Mohammad Fadel, Faculty of Law, University of Toronto
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SUNDAY, MARCH 26, 2006:
Host: Jamila Firdausee
Topic: Arts and Culture Show
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SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 2006:
Topic: Rebroadcast

FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 2006:
Host: Ayesha K. Mustafaa
Topic: International Women's Suffrage and Women Leaders
Guests: 1)Ellen C. Dubois, Professor of History, University of California at Los Angeles
2)Laura Liswood, Executive Director, Council of Women Leaders
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THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 2006:
Host: Adam Ghazi
Topic: Smart Philanthropy: Giving to Entrepreneurs
Guests: 1)Jacqueline Novogratz, Executive Director, Acumen Fund
2)Khalid Al-Gazawi, Manager for Greater Middle East Program, FINCA
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 2006:
Host: Imran Husain
Topic: Urban Renewal with a Touch of Green
Guests: 1)Glenda Daniel, Director of Urban Greening, Openlands
2)Harry Rhodes, Executive Director, Growing Home
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TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 2006:
Host: Janaan Hashim
Topic: High School Students and the Constitution: From Classroom to Practice
Guests: 1)Dalila Benameur, AP History Teacher, Universal High School, Bridgeview, IL
2)Josh Mendoza and Marryssa Russell, Students at Overland High School, Denver, CO
3)Mariam and Fatima, and Cindy Weber, Plaintaffs in lawsuit against school in Texas
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MONDAY, MARCH 20, 2006:
Host: Fredrick Al-Deen
Topic: Imam's Dilemma: Sacrificing Civil Liberties for the Sake of National Security?
Guests: 1)Abdul Malik Mujahid, Chairman of the Board, Council of Islamic Organizations of Greater Chicago
2) Imam Abdur Rahman, Islamic Foundation, Villa Park
3) Sadiq Reza, Professor of Law, New York Law School
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SUNDAY, MARCH 19, 2006:
Host: Jamila Firdausee
Topic: Arts and Culture Show
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SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 2006:
Topic: Rebroadcast

FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 2006:
Host: Ayesha K. Mustafaa
Topic: Third Anniversary of Iraq War: Objecting with Reason
Guests: 1)Michael Berg, Father of Nick Berg, First US Hostage Killed in Iraq
2)Nancy Lessing, Co-Founder, Military Families Against War
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THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 2006:
Host: Humaira Basith
Topic: Impeaching Bush: An Election Year Ploy or The Real Deal?
Guests: 1)David A. Swanson, After Downing Street.org
2)Richard Shenkman, Presidential Historian
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 2006:
Host: Imran Husain
Topic: Islamic Finance and Banking--Are US Banks following the Global Trend?
Guest: Dr. Yahya Abdur Rahman, CEO, Lariba Bank
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TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 2006:
Host: Janaan Hashim
Topic: Science Fair: Young Scientists in the Making
Guests: 1)Carol Burnett, Co-Chair of Region 2 Science Fair
2) Ali Uslu, Co-Chair of Region 2 Science Fair
3) Dr. Pam Kaiser, Oncologist, Lutheran General Hospital
4) John Bobek, Science Teacher, St. Daniel the Prophet School
5)Katie Kowalski, Student Vice President and Junior, Resurrection High School
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MONDAY, MARCH 13, 2006:
Host: Fredrick Al-Deen
Topic: Is Public Opinion Waning for the Iraq War and Follow-up on Muhammad Salah Case
Guests: 1)John Zogby, CEO, Zogby International
2) Michael McConnell, American Friends Service Committee
3) Hatem Abu-Dayyah, Executive Director, Arab American Action Network
4) Jonathan Khuttab, HR Lawyer, Al-Haque (Palestinian Center for Research of Systematic Torture by the GSS) Listen

SUNDAY, MARCH 12, 2006:
Host: Jamila Firdausee
Topic: Arts and Culture Show
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SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 2006:
Topic: Rebroadcast

FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 2006:
Host: Ayesha K. Mustafaa
Topic: First Ladies of the United States
Guests: 1)Dr. Paul Boller, Professor Emeritus of History, Texas Christian University
2) Pat Crider, Director, First Ladies Library
3) Carl Anthony, Historian and Board Member, First Ladies Library
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THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 2006:
Hosts: Humaira Basith and Adam Ghazi
Topic: The Case of Muhammad Salah
Guests: 1)Suzanne Adely, Arab American Action Committee
2) Dr. Seema Imam, President, Civil Rights Education Center
3) Flint Taylor, Attorney
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 2006:
Host: Janaan Hashim
Topic: International Women's Day
Guests: 1)Itedal Chalabi, Arab American Family Services
2) Iraqi Women calling for Peace
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TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 2006:
Host: Altaf Kaiseruddin
Topic: Bush's Visit to South Asia: Productive or Disastrous?
Guests: 1)Arun Makhijani, Executive Director, Institute for Energy and Environment
2) Mumtaz Ahmad, Professor of Political Science, University of Virginia
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MONDAY, MARCH 6, 2006:
Host: Fredrick Al-Deen
Topic: Release of the Guantanamo List: Beginning of the End?
Guests: 1)Gitanjali Gutierrez, Attorney, Center for Constitutional Rights
2) Randall Hamud, Civil Rights Attorney and Editor of Osama bin Laden: America's Enemy in His Own Words
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SUNDAY, MARCH 5, 2006:
Host: Jamila Firdausee
Topic: Arts and Culture Show
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SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 2006:
Topic: Rebroadcast

FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 2006:
Host: Ayesha K. Mustafaa
Topic: Muslim Kingdoms in Africa and the Underground Railroad
Guests: 1)Mr. Misbahuddin Ahmed Rufai, Professor of American History, Harold Washington College
2) Rev. LD Ervin, Director, National Underground Freedom Center
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THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 2006:
Hosts: Humaira Basith and Adam Ghazi
Topic: Resolving conflicts in Marriage
Guests: 1)Sheikh Muhammad Amin, President, Darul Qasim
2) Edmond Arroyo, Founder, Heartspeak.org
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 2006:
Host: Imran Husain
Topic: Gangs in Chicago--Part of a Larger Problem?
Guests: 1)Jared Lewis, Director, Know Gangs.com
2) Jamil Wright, Outreach Coordinator for IMAN and CEASEFIRE
3) Frank Belasquez, Executive Director, Youth Struggling to Survive
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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2006:
Hosts: Ruby Khan and Janaan Hashim
Topic: Using Media and Art to Tranform Conflict Societies
Guests: 1)Claudia Martinez-Mansell, Founder, Imaginarius.org
2) Charlotte Saenz, Resident Fellow, Center for Study of Race, Politics and Culture, University of Chicago
3) Hicham Kayed, Coordinator, Al-Jana Youth Media Program, Arab Resource Center for Popular Arts (Lebanon)
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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 2006:
Host: Fredrick Al-Deen
Topic: Electronic Voting: Democracy in Jeopardy?
Guests: 1)Beverly Harris, Author of Black Box Voting
2) Thomas Leach, Public Information Director, Chicago Board of Election Commissioner
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Topic: Arts and Culture Show
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 2006:
Topic: Rebroadcast

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 2006:
Hosts: Ayesha K. Mustafaa
Topic: Around Chicago
Guests: 1)Curator, Nubian Art Exhibit, Oriental Institute, University of Chicago
2) Harold Lucas, CEO of Historic Bronzeville Visitor Center
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 2006:
Hosts: Humaira Basith and Adam Ghazi
Topic: Finding Comedy in the American Muslim World
Guests: 1)Dean Obeidullah, Comedian
2) Azhar Usman, Comedian
3) Maysoon Zayid, Comedian Listen

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 2006:
Host: Imran Husain
Topic: US Port Debate: A Case of Bigotry?
1) Robert Scott, Director of International Programs, Economic Policy Institute
2)Laila Al-Qatami, Communications Director, American Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee
3)Ivan Eland, Senior Fellow, Independent Institute
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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2006:
Guest host: Ruby Khan
Topic: Coffe-Economics: How a Cup a Day Affects the Rest of the World
Guests: 1)Mark Pendergrast, Author of Uncommon Grounds
2) Paul Katzeff, Co-Founder Thanksgiving Coffee Company
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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2006:
Host: Fredrick Al-Deen
Topic: American Dhimmis
Guests: 1)Ilir Zherka, Executive Director, DC Vote
2) Antonio Longo, Board Member, US Council for Puerto Rico Statehood
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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2006:
Host: Jamila Firdausee
Topic: Arts and Culture Show

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 2006:
Topic: Rebroadcast

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 2006:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: Oriental Ensemble Concert Tour for Edward Said National Conservatory of Music
Guests: 1)Suhail Khoury, Director General, National Conservatory of Music-Palestine
2)Leila Diab, Activist and Educator
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 2006:
Host: Adam Ghazi and Humaira Basith
Topic: History African American Muslims
Guests: 1)Dr. Zain Abdullah, Assistant Professor for Religion, Race and Ethnicity
2)Dr. Edward Curtis,Associate Professor of Religion, Indiana University
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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2006:
Host: Imran Husain
Topic: School Choice Program and its Impact on the Chicago Community
Guests: 1)Robert Gilligan, Executive Director, Catholic Conference of Illinois
2)Phylicia Lyons, Executive Director of Illinois School Choice Initiative, Heartland Institute
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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 2006:
Guest host: Altaf Kaiseruddin
Topic: Caricature Controversy: Response of North American Muslims
Guests: 1)Ihsan Ul-Haque, Board of Trustees of Islamic Society of Akron and Kent
2)Arlyne Habeeb, Director of Community Outreach, Community Action Council of Portage County
3)Brandon Yusuf Toropov, Author
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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2006:
Host: Fredrick Al-Deen
Topic: Genocide and its Impact on Society
Guests: 1)Dennis Papakian, Director, Armenian Research Center
2)Joseph Montville, Fellow, Center for Religion, Diplomacy and Conflict Resolution
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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 2006:
Host: Jamila Firdausee
Topic: Arts and Culture Show
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2006:
Topic: Rebroadcast

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2006:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: Exhibitions and Collections Highlighting African American Contributions
Guests: 1)Tanya Zenish-Belcher, Associate Professor and Head of Special Collections, Iowa State University
2)Gail S. Lowe, Historian, Smithsonian's Anacostia Museum and Center for African American History and Culture
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2006:
Host: Humaira Basith and Adam Ghazi
Topic: Turkey's Accession to the European Union--Does it still have a chance?
Guest: Taclan Suerdem, Chief, Turkish Service, Voice of America
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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2006:
Host: Imran Husain
Topic: The Caricature Controversy
Guests: 1)Gene Policinski, First Amendment Center
2)Enver Masud, Wisdom Fund
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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2006:
Host: Adam Ghazi
Topic: Unequal Opportunity: Educational and Career Opportunities for Women
Guests: 1)Shazia Husain, Student in Pre-Dentistry, University of Illinois at Chicago
2) Sue, Corporate Executive, Top 3 Firm
3)Melissa, Accountant for Top 3 Firm
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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 2006:
Host: Fredrick Al-Deen
Topic: Spinning Foreign Policy: A discussion of the State of the Union
Guests: 1) Christopher Dickey, Paris Bureau Chief/Middle East Regional Editor
2)Norman Solomon, Executive Director, Institute for Public Accuracy and Author, War Made Easy
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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 2006:
Host: Jamila Firdausee
Topic: Sunday Arts and Culture Show
Guests: 1) Itedal Chalabi, Arab American Family Services and 2)Genevieve, Survivor of Heart Disease
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 2006:
Topic: REBROADCAST
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 2006:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: Muhammad Ali: His Life and Legacy
Guests: 1) Howard Bingham, Civil Rights Photographer and Friend of Muhammad Ali
2)Cliff Omar Slater, Muhammad Ali Center
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 2006:
Host: Humaira Basith and Adam Ghazi
Topic: Muslims Resolving Conflict
Guest: Qamar Al-Huda, Senior Fellow, US Institute of Peace
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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 2006:
Host: Imran Husain
Topic: Chicago Football and the Super Bowl
Guest: 1)Asad Abdul-Khaliq,Quarter Back, Chicago Rush
2)George Knue, Sports Columnist, Chicago Sports.com
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TUESDAY, JANUARY 31, 2006:
Host: Adam Ghazi
Topic: Traditional vs. Non-Traditional Marriages
Guest: Inamul Haque, Professor, Islamic Studies, Benedictine University and Maansi Kashyap, Marketing Executive, Shaadi.com
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MONDAY, JANUARY 30, 2006:
Host: Fredrick Al-Deen
Topic: Race and Wealth Disparity
Guest: Melissa Harris-Lacewell, Associate Professor, Economics Department, University of Chicago
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SUNDAY, JANUARY 29, 2006:
Host: Jameela Firdause
Topic: Arts and Culture Show
Guests: 1)Naeem Randawa, Just Say Go Film 2) Khalid Sabree & Naimah Muhammad, Founders, Khaliq Art
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 2006:
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 2006:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
Topics: 1) Conflict and Resources and 2) Natureopathy
Guests: 1)William Ross, Director, International Development Program, UCLA
2)Abdel Nurruddin, Natureopethist
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 2006:
Hosts: Humaira Basith and Adam Ghazi
Topic: Palestinian Elections and Hamas Victory
Guests: 1)Rafiq Jabbir, Civil rights and Palestinian Activist
2)Ambassador Andrew Kilgore, Publisher, Washington Report on Middle East Affairs
3) Ambassador Eugene Peck, President, Council on National Interest
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 2006:
Guest Host: Altaf Kaiseruddin
Topic: Chicago Urban Housing Assistance
Guests: 1) Rob Breymaier, Director of Community Relations, Leadership Council for Metropolitan Communities
2) Greg Sanders, Coordinator, Chicago Area Housing Website
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TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 2006:
Host: Adam Ghazi
Topic: Human Trafficking: A Global and Local View
Guest: Andrea Bertone, Director, Human Trafficking.org
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MONDAY, JANUARY 23, 2006:
Hosts: Fredrick Al-Deen and Aminah McCloud
Topic: Anti-Muslim and Islam Hate Literature: A cause for alarm?
Guests: 1) Robert O. Smith, Lutheran Pastor, University of Chicago
2) Ralph Conner, Communications Director, Heartland Institute
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SUNDAY, JANUARY 22, 2006:
Host: Jamila Firdausee
Topic: Arts and Culture Show
Guests: 1) V.E.N.T.
2) Shareema Abdulillah, Founder of the Ummah Forum
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 2006:
Host: Mariam S.
Topic: Tips on Making Big Investments
Guests: 1) Aijaz Husein, General Manager, Guidance Financial
2) Asher Joseph, Mortgage Loan Specialist of Exclusive Metro Mortgage
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 2006:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: Iran and the Nuclear Issue
Guests: 1) Joseph Gerson, Director of Peace and Security Program, American Friends Service Committee
2) Larry Johnson, Visiting Professor, Fletcher School at Tufts University, formerly of the IAEA
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 2006:
Host: Humaira Basith
Topic: Building Bridges: Constructing a Meaningful Dialogue
Guests: 1)Judea Pearl, Founder of Daniel Pearl Foundation;
2) Mohammad Kaiseruddin, President of Muslim Community Center;
3)Ahmed Rehab, Communications Director, Council on American Islamic Relations-Chicago
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 2006:
Host: Imran Hussain
Topic: Lawsuits Against the US Government on Wiretapping Issue
Guests: 1)Christopher Pyle, Professor of Political Science, Mount Holyoke College and
2)Shayanna Kadidal, Attorney, Center for Constitutional Rights
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TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, 2006:
Host: Kamran Memon
Topic: Alito's Confirmation: What does it mean for American Muslims?
Guest: Farhana Khera, Executive Director, National Association for Muslim Lawyers
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MONDAY, JANUARY 16, 2006:
Hosts: Fredrick Al-Deen and Aminah McCloud
Topic: Social Security Crisis and Disappearing Pensions: The Future of Retirement
Guest: Dr. William Spriggs, Head of Economics Department, Howard University
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SUNDAY, JANUARY 15, 2006:
Host: Jameela Firdause
Topic: Arts and Culture Show
Guests: Sun Theatre Productions
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 2006:
Host: Mariam S.
Topic: 1)Update on the Pakistan Earthquake Efforts
and 2)Project RESTORE Guests: 1)Dr. Naheed Qayyum, Member of Board of Directors, Human Development Fund
and 2) Rami Nashashibi, Executive Director, IMAN and 3) Rafi Peterson, Coordinator, IMAN's Project Restore
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 2006:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
Topics: 1)Hajj Tragedy 2006 and 2)MLK's Legacy Celebrated through Interfaith Collaboration and Community Service
Guests: 1)Abdul Malik Mujahid, Executive Director of Council for Islamic Organizations of Greater Chicago and
2)Umnia Khan, Organizer for Martin Luther King Interfaith Lunch Listen

THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 2006:
Host: Adam Ghazi
Topic: Muslim Filmmakers in Chicago
Guests: Sami Haque, Writer, Producer and Actor, Eleventh Hour and Hasan Shaikh, Writer and Actor, Eleventh Hour
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 2006:
Host: Jenan Diab
Topic: Eid Programming
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TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 2006:
Host: Jenan Diab
Topic: Eid Programming
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MONDAY, JANUARY 9, 2006:
Hosts: Fredrick Al-Deen and Aminah McCloud
Topic: Muslims in Major Political Parties
Guests: 1) Muhammad Ali Hassan, Muslims for Bush 2) Hady Amr, Muslims for Kerry
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SUNDAY, JANUARY 8, 2006:
Host: Jamila Firdausse
Topic: Arts and Culture Show
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 2006:
Host: Kamran Memon
Topic: Rebroadcast of New TV Series: Sleeper Cell
Guest: Kamran Pasha, Writer, Sleeper Cell
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 2006:
Guest Host: Naim Simkins, Attorney, City of Chicago
Topic: Urban Housing Issues in Chicago
Guest: Steve McKinsey, Lawyers for Fair Housing
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 2006:
Host: Humaira Basith and Adam Ghazi
Topics: Is the Real Estate Bubble Deflating?
Guests: 1) Diane Swonk, Member of the President's Economic Advisory Council
and 2) Paul Stevanovich, Real Estate Broker
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4, 2006:
Host: Imran Husain
Topics: 1)Corruption in Congress--Changes in 2006? and
2) New Compliance on Medical Records: Implications for Patients and the Industry
Guests: 1) Craig Holman, Communications Director, Public Citizen's Congress Watch
2) Anthony Lopez, President, Equivus Consulting
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TUESDAY, JANUARY 3, 2006:
Host: Kamran Memon
Topic: Our place in America
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MONDAY, JANUARY 2, 2006:
Hosts: Fredrick Al-Deen and Aminah McCloud
Topic: Immigration Debate in 2006
Guests: 1) Dr. Rhys Williams, Professor of Sociology, University of Cincinnati
2) Merdad Azemun, Senior Organizer, Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights
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SUNDAY, JANUARY 1, 2006:
Host: Jamila Firdausse
Topic: Arts and Culture Show and The Beginning of Hajj (Pilgrimage to Makkah)
Guest: 1) Nargis Khan, Artist 2) Sulaiman Hamed, Hajj Pros
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31, 2005:
Host: Abdul Malik Mujahid
Topic: Personal Planning for 2006
Guests: 1) Aijaz Hussain, Regional Manager, Guidance Financial
2)Samana Siddiqui, Account Manager, Soundvision
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30, 2005:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: 2005 MOVIE YEAR IN REVIEW
Guest: Mike Phillips, Chicago Tribune Listen

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29, 2005:
Hosts: Adam Ghazi and Humaira Basith
Topic: 2005 in Review: International
Guest: Carol Miller, International Programs Communications, American Red Cross
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 2005:
Hosts: Imran Husain
Topic: 2005 in Review: Sports and Chicago Fire for 2006
Guest: John Guppy, President/CEO of Chicago Fire
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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 2005:
Host: Kamran Memon
Topic: American Israeli Relations
Guests: Paul Findley, former US Congressman
Josh Ruebner, US Committee to End Israeli Occupation
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MONDAY, DECEMBER 26, 2005:
Hosts: Fredrick Al-Deen and Aminah McCloud
Topic: 2005 in Review: Domestic Situation
Guest: Jared Bernstein, Director of Living Standards Program, Economic Policy Institute
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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 25, 2005:
Host: Jamila Firdausse
Topic: Sunday Evening Arts Show
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 24, 2005:
Host: Fredrick Al-Deen and Aminah McCloud
Topic: Rebroadcast: Crisis of Presidential Authority
Guests: 1) Cliff Kelley, Talk Show Host and Commentator for WVON and
2)Sam Husseini, Communications Director, Institute for Public Accuracy
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 2005:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
Topics: 1)Dealing with the Holiday Seasons as Muslims
2) Two Professional Football Players Take their Mother to Hajj
Guests: 1) Ekram and Nouha Bashir, Physician and Youth Psychologist; Dr. Esam Omeish, Physician and Youth Activist
2) Jamila, Khaled and Raheem Abdullah
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 2005:
Host: Humaira Basith and Adam Ghazi
Topic: Headlines
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 2005:
Host: Imran Husain
Topic: Wrestling with Faith
Guests: 1) Abdul Malik, Professional Wrestler in Training and
2)Vincent Russo, Former Writer for WWE and WCW, founder of Ring of Glory
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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 2005:
Host: Kamran Memon
Topic: New TV Series: Sleeper Cell
Guest: Kamran Pasha, Writer, Sleeper Cell
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MONDAY, DECEMBER 19, 2005:
Host: Fredrick Al-Deen and Aminah McCloud
Topic: Crisis of Presidential Authority
Guests: 1) Cliff Kelley, Talk Show Host and Commentator for WVON and
2)Sam Husseini, Communications Director, Institute for Public Accuracy
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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 18, 2005:
Host: Jamila Firdause
Topic: Sunday Nights Arts and Culture Show
Guests: 1) Elaine Mohammad, Holistic Medical Practitioner and
2)Prime Meridian (Hip-Hop Group)
3)Matt Pais, Movie Reviewer, Red Eye City Paper
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17, 2005:
Host: Maurice Weaver
Topic: Threat to Civil Liberties
Guests: 1) Tala Dowlatshahi, Reporters Without Borders
2) Fernando Garcia, Director, Border Network for Human Rights
3) Elizabeth Wrigley-Field, Organizer, Campus Anti-War Network
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 2005:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: Journalism in Conflict Zones
Guest: 1)Joel Campagna, Director, Committee to Protect Journalists
2 Dahr Jumail,Freelance Journalist worked in Iraq and
3)Ray Choto, Zimbabwean Journalist and Voice of America
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2005:
Hosts: Humaira Basith and Adam Ghazi
Topic: Anti-Torture Amendment and Patriot Act
Guests: 1) Kathy Kelly, Peace Activist, Voices in the Wilderness and
2) Nancy Talanian, Director, Bill of Rights Defense Committee

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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2005:
Host: Janaan Hashim
Topic: Comparing Religious Pluralism in France and the US
Guests: 1) Richard Barbeyron, Consul Generale of France and 2)Dr. Diana Eck, Director of the Religious Pluralism Project at Harvard University
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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2005:
Host: Kamran Memon
Topic: Examining the Execution of Stanley "Tookie" Williams and the Death Penalty
Guest: Imam Khaled Griggs, Anti-Death Penalty Activist and Religious Leader
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MONDAY, DECEMBER 12, 2005:
Host: Imran Husain
Topic: Rebroadcast of The Perpetuation of Islamophobia in America
Guests: Aminah McCloud, Professor of Islamic Studies and founder of the Islamic World Studies program, DePaul University
Ibrahim Hooper, Director of Communications, for the Council of American-Islamic Relations (CAIR)
John Esposito, Professor, Georgetown University and founding director of the Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding
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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2005:
Host: Jamila Firdausee
Topic: Sunday Night Arts Show
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 2005:
Hosts: Mariam S.
Topic: Health and Fitness
Guests: Dorian Dupree, Fitness Expert and Trainer

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2005:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
Topics: 1)March on Guantanamo Bay and 2)Laughter Therapy
Guests: 1) Mike McGuire, March Organizer and Spokesperson, Witness to Torture and Liz McAllister, mother of one of 25 marchers
2)Nan Crockett, Stress Therapist
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2005:
Hosts: Humaira Basith and Adam Ghazi
Topic: Does Torture Lead to More Torture?
Guests: Ali Abunimah, Founder of ElectronicIraq.net and Jennifer Harbury, Director of Stop Torture Permanently
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 2005:
Hosts: Janaan Hashim and Imran Husain
Topics: 1)Pakistan's Earthquake Victims Brave the Winter with the UN's Assistance 2)25 Years Later: Remembering John Lennon
Guest: Kristen Knutson, Media Officer, UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2005:
Host: Kamran Memon
Topic: Taken Hostage in Iraq: The Dangers of Peacemaking
Guests: Gene Stoltzfus, former Director of Christian Peacemaker Teams
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MONDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2005:
Hosts: Janaan Hashim and Ruby Khan
Topic: High Heating Costs this Winter
Guests: Aimee English, Consumer Advocate, Citizens Utility Board
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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2005:
Host: Jamila Firdausse
Topic: Sunday Evening Arts Show
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2005:
Hosts: Mariam S.
Topic: The Death Penalty in the U.S. - The Forces Behind the Penalty
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2005:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2005:
Hosts: Humaira Basith and Adam Ghazi
Topic: The Ten Year Anniversary of the Dayton Peace Accord - Any Progress?
Guests: Tarik Bilalbegovich
Elvir Kanczik
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2005:
Hosts: Janaan Hashim and Imran Husain
Topic: Young Americans Making a Difference
Guest: Stephen Smith, Organizer of Public Action Takes Charge
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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2005:
Host: Kamran Memon
Topic: Why Muslims Rebel
Guest: Mohammed Hafez, Professor and Author
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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 2005:
Host: Frederick Al-Deen
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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2005:
Host: Jamila Firdausee
Topic: Women You Should Know
Guests: Jessica Care Moore, Poet, Activist and CEO of Moore Black Press
Brenda Abdullah, Fashion Designer
Desiree', Owner of Afrocentric Bookstore, Chicago
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 2005:
Host: Maurice Weaver
Topics: 1. The Hurricane Season and Iraq War's Effect on American Homelessness
2. Native Americans and Thanksgiving: Dispelling the Myths
Guests: 1. Michael Stoops, Acting Executive Director of the National Coalition for the Homeless
2. Frank Williams, Native American and Case Counselor of the Owens Valley Career Development Center's Tribal TANF Program
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 2005:
Host: Aiysha Mustafaa
Topics: 1. Exploring The Origin of Words
2. A First for Liberia, A First for Africa: Taking a Look at Ms. Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, Liberia's First Female Elected President in Modern Times
Guests: 1. Dave Wilton, Lexicologist and Author
2. Alexander P. Gbayee, Consul General of Liberia
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2005:
Host: Janaan Hashim
Topic: Re-broadcast:
Gender Equality or Inequality: Is Gender Inequality a Thing of the Past?
Guests: Ingrid Mattson, Director of the Muslim Chaplaincy Program at Hartford Seminary
Merve Kavakci of George Washington University, former member of the Turkish Parliament, advocate for religious freedom and women's rights
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 2005:
Host: Janaan Hashim and Imran Husain
Topic: Leadership Development Among Girls in the US and American Muslim Community
Guests: Aminah Assilmi, Director of International Muslim Women's Union
Hadia Mubarak, first female elected to the national organization Muslim Students Association Listen

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 2005:
Host: Kamran Memon
Topic: Building Bridges Between the Muslim Community and Law Enforcement
Guest: Mohamed Magid, Islamic leader of Virginia's All-Dulles Area Muslim Society (ADAMS)
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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2005:
Host: Frederick Al-Deen
Guest: U.S. Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney
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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2005:
Host: Jamila Firdausee
Topic: Positive Entertainment
Guests: Broadway Director Tawanda Muhammed
Jameel Syed, CEO of FluidVison
Actor Aaron Goodson
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 2005:
Host: Mariam S.
Topic: Organic Foods - A Healthier Alternative?
Guests: Scott Curcio, Spokesperson for Whole Foods
Alison Stewart, Editor of Consumer Health Journal
Ryan Zinn of the Organic Consumer Association
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2005:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: Equity and Fairness in Immigration and Refugee Rights
Guests: Alvaro Obegron, Representative of Latino Community and New Communities Outreach Associate for the Resurrection Project
Abdul Malik Mujahid, Chairperson of the Council of Islamic Organizations of Greater Chicago
Muneer Aliuddin, Director of Outreach for the Council of Islamic Organizations of Greater Chicago
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2005:
Host: Humaira Basith
Topic: Re-broadcast:
1. America's Silence on Chechnya
2. Muslims in the Prison System
Guests:
1. Eric Margolis, foreign correspondent
2. Jamil Kaba, Muslim chaplain in the Cook County prison system
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2005:
Host: Janaan Hashim
Topic: Mid-Term Elections and Important Elected Positions That Get Under-Recognized
Guests: Tom Leach, Spokesperson for the Chicago Board of Election Commissioners
Siobhan Murphy, Esq, judicial candidate for the Circuit Court of Cook County
Debra Shore, environmentalist and candidate for Commissioner of the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District
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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2005:
Host: Kamran Memon
Topic: Privacy and the USA-PATRIOT Act
Guest: Colleen Connell of the American Civil Liberties Union
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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 2005:
Host: Frederick Al-Deen
Topics:
1. Stressed? Acupuncture Anyone?
2. Iraq's New Trend of Violence, Can It Be Self-Defense?
Guests:
1. Acupuncturist, Dr. Edmund Ing
2. Professor Khalid Keshk of DePaul University's Islamic World Studies Program
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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2005:
Host: Jamila Firdausee and Humaira Basith
Topic: The Power of Expression Through Music and Poetry
Guests: Reginald Robinson, Pianist of Jazz, Semi-Classic and Ragtime
Yah Yah Muhammad, Poet and Community Activist
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2005:
Host: Mariam S.
Topic: Sex Education at Home and at School: Examining What Kids Are Being Taught at School and How Parents Can Learn to Talk About Sex With Their Children
Guests: Taylor Moore of Project Reality and her mother Mrs. Moore
Jobie Peterson, Executive Director of the Illinois Caucus for Adolescent Health
Aisha S., PhD candidate focusing on the history of family structure in Islam, gender, and religious studies
Alia Snell, Muslim parent
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 2005:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: How Entertainment Does More Than Entertain: Looking at The Effect of Rapper 50 Cent's New Movie "Get Rich or Die Tryin'"
Guest: Earl Ofari Hutchinson, columnist of BlackNews.com
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2005:
Host: Humaira Basith
Topic: Continuing the Conversation: Looking at Congressman Mark Kirk's Statement and the Implications Behind Such Words
Guests: Abdul Malik Mujahid, Chairperson, Council of Islamic Organizations of Greater Chicago
Ibrahim Hooper, Communications Director of Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR)
Ahmed Rehab, Communications Director of CAIR-Chicago
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2005:
Host: Janaan Hashim
Topic: Political Suicide? Examining Congressman Mark Kirk's Statement Permitting Racial Discrimination
Guests: Professor Aminah McCloud, DePaul University
Attorney Siobhan Murphy
Chris Khoury, Inventor and Nanotechnology Expert
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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2005:
Host: Kamran Memon
Topic: The Crusades and Muslim-Christian Relations
Guests: Professor Warren C. Schultz, DePaul University
Professor Ruma Niyogi-Salhi, St. Xavier University
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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2005:
Host: Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: France's Social Unrest - Examining the Impetus Behind the Ethnic Rioting
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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2005:
Host: Jamila Firdause
Topic: Using Media and Entertainment to Educate Children
Guests: Tom Vanderberg, Puppeteer for Adam's World and The Muppets
Malika Mohamed, Adam's World Actress
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2005:
Host: Maurice Weaver
Topic: Islam Among Latinos
Guests: Ricardo and Diana Pena, Founders of Chicago Association of Latino American Muslims
Rebecca Abu Qaourd, Spanish Quranic Teacher
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2005:
Host: Jawad Jafry
Topic: EID SPECIAL FOR DAY TWO OF EID! HAPPY EID!
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2005:
Host: Jawad Jafry
Topic: EID SPECIAL! HAVE A BLESSED EID!
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2005:
Host: Janaan Hashim and Imran Husain
Topic: Ramadan Wrap-up, Preparing for the Eid Holiday, and Using Ramadan as a Springboard Toward Improvement of the Year to Come
Guests: Our Loyal Listeners Calling In and Sharing Their Thoughts
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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 2005:
Host: Kamran Memon
Topic: Should America Torture Detainees?
Guests: Professor David Cole of the Georgetown University Law Center
Professor Bartram Brown of Chicago-Kent College of Law
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MONDAY, OCTOBER 31, 2005:
Host: Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: The Beauty of the Night of Power
Guests: Inamul Haque, Professor of Islam, Benedictine University
Faisal Abdur-Razzaq, Author and President of Islamic Council of Canada
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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2005:
Host: Chuck Ruby
Topic: Quranic Recitation: An Art of its Own
Guests: Quran Reciter Abdul Rasheed Brown -listen

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2005:
Host: Maurice Weaver
Topic: Rosa Parks: A Legacy Beyond Words, An Example For All
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2005:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
Topics:
1. The Federal Indictment of Vice President Dick Cheney's Chief of Staff, I. Lewis Libby
2. Harriet Meirs Withdrawal as U.S. Supreme Court Nominee
3. Steps Toward Peace Through Peaceful Dissent...Quaker Style
Guests:
1. Norm Solomon, a nationally syndicated columnist on media and politics and founder/director of Institute for Public Accuracy
2. Jennifer Bing-Canar, Director of the American Friends Services Committee's Chicago Middle East Program
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2005:
Host: Humaira Basith and Adam Ghazi
Topics:
1. First Time Fasters Share Their Ramadan Experiences
2. WHITE SOX FEVER! Congrats to Chicago's World Series Champions
Guests:
1. Naeemah Khan, Loyola University-Chicago's MSA Vice-President
2. Ellen Derby, MSA Fast-A-Thon Participant
3. Abdul-Hakim Dyer, a first time faster
4. Imran Husain, Radio Islam's Sports Expert
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2005:
Host: Janaan Hashim
Topic: Guantanamo Bay: Exploring the Catch-22
Guests: Joseph Margulies, Defense Counsel of Guantanamo Bay Detainees and Professor at University of Chicago School of Law
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2005:
Host: Kamran Memon
Topic: Is The US Government Doing Enough For Pakistan Earthquake Victims?
Guests:
1. Michael Edward Hess, USAID
2. Sadruddin Noorani, Chicago Businessman
3. Ali Khan, American Muslim Council
4. Dr. Murtaza Arain, Chicago Surgeon
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MONDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2005:
Host: Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: French West African Muslims Immigrating to America
Guest: Dr. Zain Abdullah, Asst. Professor of Religion at Temple University
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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2005:
Host: Chuck Ruby
Topic: Helping Troubled Teens Through Various Youth Programs
Guest: Ibrahim Downy, Social Development Coordinator for Mecca, Inc.
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2005:
Host: Mariam S.
Topic: Muslim Women in the Professional World
Guests:
1. Pharmacist Hanady
2. Physician Nara
3. Jounrnalist Saba Ali
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2005:
Host: Imran Husain and Janaan Hashim
Topic: Rebroadcast of Bosnian Women Standing Up to the Challenge
Guests:
1. Lejla Kapidzic, Bosnian War survivor
2. Ambassador Swanee Hunt, tenured U.S. Ambassador to Austria, professor at Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government and founder of Women Waging Peace
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2005:
Host: Humaira Basith and Adam Ghazi
Topic: Headlines! Listen to the Hosts' Thoughts and Reflections on Today's News Items
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2005:
Host: Janaan Hashim and Imran Husain
Topics:
1. Iraq's Constitutional Referendum and Iraq's Role in the United Nations
2. The Chicago White Sox: Past, Present and Future
Guests:
1. Ambassador Faisal Istrabadi, Iraqi Ambassador to the United Nations
2. Peter Alter, Curator of the Chicago Historic Society
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2005:
Host: Kamran Memon
Topic: Muslims and Amnesty International Projects
Guest: Sadida Ahmed of Amnesty International's Interfaith Network Steering Committee
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MONDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2005:
Host: Frederick Al-Deen
Topics:
1. The Effects of Ostracism on Chicago's Minority Groups
2. In the Name of Fighting Terrorism: Restraints on Giving To Charities
Guests:
1. Peter Alter, curator of the Chicago Historic Society
2. Special Agent In Charge Robert D. Grant, Chicago field office of the FBI -listen

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2005:
Host: Ms. Mariam
Topic:
1. Preparing for Natural Disasters
2. Art Therapy: There's More to Art Than Meets the Eye
Guests:
1. Kat Langel, Spokesperson for the American Red Cross, Chicago
2. Barbara Fish, Director of Art Therapy Associates -listen

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2005:
Host: Maurice Weaver
Topic:
1. African Americans, Their Rich History in the Context of Islam 2. Niger's Suffering: Hunger Plauged by Poverty
Experience
Guests:
1. Author Sylviane Diouf
2. Mariam Mahamedou
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2005:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: Using Economic Justice to Eradicate Poverty
Guests: Kim Bobo, Executive Director of Interfaith Worker Justice
Carol Welch, U.S. Coordinator of the Millenium Campaign
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2005:
Host: Humaira Basith
Topic: The Bird Flu and Its Threat
Guest: Craig Conover, M.D., Medical Director of the Illinois Department of Public Heath's Division of Infectious Disease
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2005:
Host: Janaan Hashim and Imran Husain
Topic: Compare and Contrast: Religious Accommodation In Public and Private Schools with a Focus on Ramadan
Guests: Adam Schwartz, staff attorney with ACLU, addresses the legal parameters of separation of church and state
Habeeb Quadri, a graduate and former teacher of the Chicago Public School system
Khadera Baste, Principal of Aqsa School, an all-girls Islamic school
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2005:
Host: Kamran Memon
Topic: Surveillance of Mosques and Muslims by the FBI and other Government Agencies
Guests: Dalia Hashad, Esq. of the ACLU
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MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2005:
Host: Frederick Al-Deen
Topics:
1.The Governments' Case Against Captain James Yee and Breaking Through the Fabrications
2. Looking at the South Asian Earthquake from a Personal View
Guests:
1. Ray Rivera, Washington Post reporter who wrote an investigative series about the case
2. Irfan Khurshid, Executive Director of Islamic Circle of North America who has many family members affected by the disaster
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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9, 2005:
Host: Chuck Ruby
Topics:
1. The Massive Earthquate That Hit Pakistan, Kashmir, and Afghanistan
2. More Than The Beat: Drum Circles and Drum Therapy
Guests:
1. Callers, including a listener from Pakistan
2. Dale Marcel, professional drummer and drum therapist
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2005:
Host: Maurice Weaver
Topic: The Devastating Earthquake of South Asia
Guests: Dr. Shanaz Khan of the Human Development Foundation
Asdhar Hussein, M.D. of Sacramento, CA
Zahoor Abbasi, a Chicagoan whose family members have perished and many more missing -listen

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2005:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: Who is the Next Supreme Court Nominee Harriet Meirs?
Guests:
1. Bill McKenzie, editorial columnist of the Dallas Morning News, favors Meirs
2. Professor Marjorie Cohn, professor of law at Thomas Jefferson School of Law and legal/political columnist and commentator for national media entities including CNN, BCC, and the Chicago Tribune, harbors concerns over Meirs
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2005:
Host: Humaira Bassith
Topic: The Reality of Poverty and Teaching This Reality to Those Who "Have"
Guests:
1. Nathanial Raymond of Oxfam America
2. Jim Whitton of The Hunger Project
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2005:
Hosts: Janaan Hashim and Imran Husain
Topics:
1. Happy Ramadan! Reviewing a Day In The Life of One Who Fasts
2. Building Wealth For This Life
3. Building Wealth for the Next Life
Guests:
1. Maryem Abdulla, seventh grader sharing her first day of fasting
2. Suhaib Quadri, Director of Business Development of the Dow Jones Islamic Fund
3. Qadr Khan, Chairperson of the Central Zakat Committee of the Council of Islamic Organizations of Greater Chicago
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2005:
Host: Maurice Weaver
Topics: Observing Ramadan Away From Home: Differences and Challenges of Being in a Different Culture During the Month of Ramadan
Guest: Ahmed Al-Bulishi, visiting the U.S. from Oman
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MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2005:
Host: Frederick Al-Deen
Topics: Ramadan 101: Understanding the Basics of the Muslim Fast
Fasting - The Common Thread Running Between the Abrahamic Faiths
Guests: Dr. Aminah McCloud, Professor of Islamic Studies, DePaul University
Rich Young, Catholic Parish Administrator
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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2, 2005:
Host: Chuck Ruby
Topic: Potpourri of Conversation: Discussion of new Albert Brooks movie "Looking for Comedy in a Muslim World"; A look at the trend of many State Legislators to study public schools teaching of racial and ethnic histories; Are trauma travel tours morally correct?; What to take if you must evacuate your home.
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2005:
Host: Janaan Hashim and Mariam
Topic: ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL! Looking down memory lane at Radio Islam and looking toward its future
Guests: Radio Islam's executive producer, producers, hosts and callers
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Friday, Sept. 30, 2005:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: The Current State of Racisim in the US: An Examination of Former Secretary of Education William Bennet's Comments
Guest: Mary Mitchell, Chicago Sun-Times Editorial Board Member -listen

Thursday, Sept. 29, 2005:
Host: Humaira Basith
Topic: Behind the Scenes of Independent Films
Guests: Yasir Tabarra, Independent Film Maker
Gemal Seede, Independent Film Maker from Los Angeles who will be featuring his first short film at the Chicago International Reel Short Film Festival
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Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2005:
Hosts: Imran Husain and Janaan Hashim
Topic: The Trials and Tribulations of Holding Our Leaders Accountable
Guest: Orlando Tizon, Assistant Director of Torture Abolition and Survivors Support Coalition International
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Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2005:
Host: Chuck Ruby
Topic: Military Gone Civilian: A Discussion on President Bush's Proposal to Broaden The Military's Role on U.S. Soil
Guests: Nancy Lessin and Charley Richardson, co-founders of "Military Families Speak Out"
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Monday, Sept. 26, 2005:
Host: Chuck Ruby
Topic: Hurricane Rita: A Discussion of its Aftermath and Comparisons to Hurricane Katrina
Guest: Shazia Syed, a Hurricane Rita eyewitness, survivor and Houston evacuee
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Sunday, Sept. 25, 2005:
Hosts: Chuck Ruby and Imran Husain
Topics: World Music Focus: The Island of Comoros
Pulse on Sports: Baseball, College and Professional Football, Soccer
Guests: Nawali of the group "Nawal"
Arsalan Akhtar, sports enthusiast
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Saturday, Sept. 24, 2005:
Host: Maurice Weaver
Topic: Up Close and Personal: Is He A Traitor or Whistleblower?
Guest: Mordechai Vanunu, convicted traitor by the Israeli government explains his actions and views on nuclear proliferation in the Middle East
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Friday, Sept. 23, 2005:
Hosts: Maurice Weaver and Ayesha Mustafaa
Topics: Voicing Peacefully Against Damaging Foreign Policy
Examining the Latest on Poverty Within the U.S.
Guests: George Galloway, British Member of Parliament and author of "Mr. Galloway Goes To Washington"
Pam MacValan of Chicago's Street Wise, a newspaper for the homeless and by the homeless
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Thursday, Sept. 22, 2005:
Host: Humaira Basith
Topic: By the People, Without the People: A Critical Analysis of the Potential Impact of the Carter-Baker Commission Report
Guest: Commissioner Spencer Overton, professor of law at the George Washington University Law School and specialist in election law
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Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2005:
Host: Humaira Basith
Topic: Re-Broadcast of Oct. 7, 2005: How to Save American and Iraqi Lives
Guests: Arun Gandhi (Grandson of Gandhi) and Kathy Kelly of Voices in the Wilderness
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Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2005:
Host: Kamran Memon
Topic: Iran's Nuclear Program
Guests: Dr. Ahmad Sadri, Professor of Sociology& Anthropology, Lake Forest College
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Monday, Sept. 19, 2005:
Host: Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: Muslim v. Muslim: Sexual Discrimination in the Work Place
Matrimonial Safeguards From a Legal Perspective
Guests: Zackiyyah Muhammad, PhD, former principal of Orange Crescent Society
Asifa Quraishi, SJD, professor of law at University of Wisconsin Law School
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Sunday, Sept. 18, 2005:
Host: Chuck Ruby
Topic: Dawud's Recent Move to Damascus and his Impressions and Experiences
Guest: Dawud Wharansby Ali, Song Writer and Musician
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Saturday, Sept. 17, 2005:
Host: Janaan Hashim
Topic: Stepping Towards Democracy: Afghanistan's First Parliamentary Elections
The Suspicious Death of Homeland Security Detainee Hassiba Belbachir
Guests: Sonali Kolhatkar, author and co-director of Afghan Women's Mission
Delila Benameur and Ziha Belbachir, cousin and older sister of deceased
Claudia Valenzuela, supervising attorney for the Detention Project of the Midwest Immigrant and Human Rights Center
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Friday, Sept. 16, 2005:
Host: Altaf Kaiserudin
Topic: Promises, Promises: Fiscal Responsibility and President Bush's Budget Plan After Hurricane Katrina
Hurricanes, Typhoons, and Cyclones: Taking a Scientific Look at Their Historic Trend to Anticipate Their Future Impact
Guests: Corey L. Davison, Director of Legislative Affairs for the Concord Coalition
Greg Holland, PhD, Director at the National Center for Atmospheric Research and Co-Author of "Changes in Tropical Cyclone Number, Duration, and Intensity in a Warming Environment" Published in Today's Issue of the Journal "Science"
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Thursday, Sept. 15, 2005:
Host: Humaira Basith
Topic: Death, Divorce, Destruction and Our Children
Guest: Michael Popkin, PhD, author and parenting expert having appeared on CNN and The Oprah Winfrey Show
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Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2005:
Host: Imran Husain and Janaan Hashim
Topic: Katrina Relief Workers Share Their Experiences
Power of the U.S. Supreme Court and the Confirmation Hearings of Judge John Roberts
Guests: Khalil Demire of the Zakat Foundation
Thom Hartmann, syndicated daily talk show host and noted author
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Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2005:
Host: Kamran Memon
Topic: Terrorism and Extremism - Where Actions Do Not Align With Religion
Guest: Professor Jamal Badawi, author and scholar
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Monday, Sept. 12, 2005:
Host: Frederick Al-Deen
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Sunday, Sept. 11, 2005:
Host: Chuck Ruby
Topic: Testaments to 9/11
Guests: Salma Arastu, artist who exhibits artwork commemorating 9/11
Chicagoans Call In With Their Memories -listen

Saturday, Sept. 10, 2005:
Host: Ahmed Rehab
Topic: Oil-for-Food Breakdown in the U.N.
A Doctor's First-Hand Experience of Treating Hurricane Katrina Victims
Guests: Ian Williams, author of "The U.N. for Beginners"
Maurice Ramirez, M.D., the first Central Florida physician to complete the National Disaster Life Support Instructor Program.
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Friday, Sept. 9, 2005:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: Hurricane Katrina Relief
Guests: Christine Bragale, Goodwill representative
Jordan Flaherty, union organizer from New Orleans and editor of Left Turn magazine -listen

Thursday, Sept. 8, 2005:
Host: Humaira Basith
Topic: America's Silence on Chechnya
Muslims in the Prison System
Guests: Eric Margolis, foreign correspondent
Jamil Kaba, Muslim chaplain in the Cook County prison system -listen

Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2005:
Hosts: Janaan Hashim and Imran Husain
Topic:Latest on Hurricane Katrina Relief -listen

Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2005:
Host: Kamran Memon
Topic:Relief to survivors of Hurricane Katrina
Guests: Representatives of Muslim organizations and individuals providing relief work -listen

Monday, Sept. 5, 2005:
Host: Frederick Al-Deen
Topic:Race and Racism in America
Guest: Robert Jensen, professor of Journalism and author of Citizens Empires and The Heart of Whiteness -listen

Sunday, Sept. 4, 2005:
Hosts: Janaan Hashim and Imran Husain
Topic: Live Broadcast from the Islamic Society of North America Conference -listen

Saturday, Sept. 3, 2005:
Hosts:Janaan Hashim and Imran Husain
Topic: Live Broadcast from the Islamic Society of North America Conference -listen

Friday, Sept. 2, 2005:
Host:Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: Live Broadcast from the Mosque Cares Convention
Guest: Featuring Layla Mohammed and others -listen

Thursday, Sept. 1, 2005:
Host:Chuck Ruby
Topic: Relief Efforts and Governmental Response to Hurricane Katrina Victims
Guest: Dr. Vincent Gawronski, consultant for U.S. Agency for International Development's Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance -listen

Wednesday, August 31, 2005:
Hosts:Janaan Hashim and Imran Husain
Topic: It's All in How You Say It!
Guest: Lillian Bjorseth of Duoforce. Mrs. Bjorseth is a speaker, trainer and author. -listen

Tuesday, August 30, 2005:
Host:Kamran Memon
Topic: Constitutional Law of the Iraqi Constitution
Guest: Bartram Brown, professor of International Law at the Chicago Kent School of Law -listen

Monday, August 29, 2005:
Host:Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: Update from the National Weather Service on Hurricane Katrina
Accountability and Transparency: Israel's Nuclear Weapons -listen

Sunday, August 28, 2005:
Host:Chuck Ruby

Topic: Sunday Arts
Guest: Amir Sulaiman, spoken word and hip hop artist -listen

Saturday, August 27, 2005:
Host:Frederick Al-Deen

Topic: Re-airing of "Life With Noam Chomsky"
Guest: Noam Chomsky, MIT linguistics professor and author -listen

Friday, August 26, 2005:
Host:Ayesha Mustafaa

Topic: Crisis in Niger
Guests: Myron Golden, Francophone regional director for Africare
Mishabu Ahmed Rufai, African-American history professor at Harold Washington College -listen

Thursday, August 25, 2005:
Host:Chuck Ruby

Topic: What It's Like to Be A Muslim Arab-American Comic and Actor in Hollywood
Guest:Ahmed Ahmed, comedian, actor and writer -listen

Wednesday, August 24, 2005:
Host:Janaan Hashim

Topic: The Democratization of Iraq
Guests: Laith Al-Saud, lecturer of the social sciences at Harold Washington College
Basma Fakri, co-founder and president of the Women's Alliance for a Democratic Iraq -listen

Tuesday, August 23:
Host:Kamran Memon
Topic: The Destruction of Historical Sites in Mecca and Medina(The Prophet of Islam's Home)
Guests: Ali Al-Ahmed of the Gulf Institute
Dr. Mahjabeen Islam, a practicing physician and columnist -listen

Monday, August 22:
Host:Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: John Roberts Nomination to the Supreme Court
Monitoring the Aids Pandemic Guest: Professor David Luban, Georgetown University
Christopher Brown, assistant commissioner of the Chicago Department of Public Health -listen

Sunday, August 21:
Host:Chuck Ruby
Topic: Sunday Arts
Guest: Freddie Beyah, jazz guitarist -listen

Saturday, August 20:
Host:Ahmed Rehab
Topic: Examining the American Muslim Community
Guest: Yahiya Emerick, author, lecturer and educator -listen

Friday, August 19:
Host:Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: American Veterans for Peace
Guests:John Grant, spokesman for Veterans for Peace
Daniel Habeel, Muslim Veterans Association -listen

Thursday, August 18:
Host:Janaan Hashim
Topic: Unions and Divisions in the Workforce
Guests: Bill Flectcher, president of TransAfrica Forum
Priscilla Murolo, professor of history at Sarah Lawrence College -listen

Wednesday, August 17:
Host:Janaan Hashim
Topic: Back to School Special
Guest: Amina Mitchell, school counselor at the Academy for Learning -listen

Tuesday, August 16:
Host:Kamran Memon
Topic: Profiling Muslims
Guest: Professor David Harris of the University of Toledo College of Law -listen

Monday, August 15 2005:
Host:Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: Racial Profiling
Guest: Christina Abraham, civil rights coordinator for the Council of American-Islamic Relations Chicago -listen

Sunday, August 14 2005:
Host:Chuck Ruby
Topic: Sunday Night Arts: The art of the Kora
Guest:Jali Morikeba Kouyate, Kora musician expert -listen

Saturday, August 13 2005:
Host:Ahmed Rehab
Topic: The Work of Shiekh Ahmed Deedat
Guests: Dr. Amir Ali, head of the Institute of Islamic Education and Information
Dr. Sabeel Ahmed, head of the Islamic Circle of North America Dawah Project
Kareem Irfan, former chairman of the Council of Islamic Organizations of Greater Chicago -listen

Friday, August 12 2005:
Host:Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: The Gaza Disengagement
Guests: Mazin Qumsiyeh, a member of the steering committee of the US Campaign to End the Occupation and author of "Sharing the Land of Canaan: Human Rights and the Israeli-Palestinian Struggle
Stav Adivi,Program liaison for the Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions -listen

Thursday, August 11 2005:
Host:Altaf Kaiseruddin
Topic: How much is too much?
Guest: Sam Pizzigati, author of Greed and Good -listen

Wednesday, August 10 2005:
Host:Janaan Hashim
Topic: Why the High Gas Prices?
Guest: Wenonah Hauter, director of Public Citizen -listen

Tuesday, August 9 2005:
Host:Chuck Ruby
Topic: The 60th Anniversary of the A-bomb
Guests: Greg Mello, director of the Las Alamos Study Group
Melissa McGuire, director of the Peace Museum -listen

Monday, August 8 2005:
Host:Maurice Weaver
Topic: The Future of Journalism after Peter Jennings and John Johnson
Guests: Bill Kurtis of A&E's Cold Cases
Ava Greenwell, professor of broadcast journalism at the Medill School of Journalism -listen

Sunday, August 7, 2005:
Host:Chuck Ruby
Topic:Evening of Arts and Heritage: Islam and Star Wars
Guests: Dr. Hesham Hassaballa
Dr. Omer Abid
Musical Guest: The Revert -listen

Saturday, August 6, 2005:
Host:Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: Interview with Sophia Stewart who is plaintiff in a lawsuit alleging the Wachowsky brothers violated Stewart's copyright by fashioning the movie, "The Matrix."

Guest: Sophia Stewart, author of the Third Eye -listen

Friday, August 5, 2005:
Host:Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: MusliFest 2005
Guests: Native Deen
Preacher Moss of Allah Made Me Funny -listen

Thursday, August 4, 2005:
Hosts:Janaan Hashim and Jenan Diab
Topic: Headline News
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Wednesday, August 3, 2005:
Hosts:Imran Husain and Janaan Hashim
Topic: What's Halal and Healthy in American Grocery Stores
Guest: Dr. Muhammad Munir Chaudry, president of the Islamic Food and Nutrition Council of America -listen

Tuesday, August 2, 2005:
Host:Kamran Memon
Topic: The Fatwa Against Terrorism
Guest: Dr. Muzammil Siddiqi, chairman of the Fiqh Council of North America -listen

Monday, August 1, 2005:
Host: Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: Catrax 101 and One Book One Chicago
Guests: Dr. Sanford Gross of the Illinois Eye Institute
Nanette Alleman of One Book One Chicago -listen

Sunday, July 31, 2005:
Host: Janaan Hashim
Topic: Sunday Evening Arts
Guests: Captial D of All Natural
Tammy Simpkins, Jazz vocalist
Jamila Tasleem Firdausee, spoken word artist -listen

Saturday, July 30, 2005:
Host:Maurice Weaver
Topic: Raising Children in a non-Muslim Enviornment
Guest: Imam Khalifa Islam -listen

Friday, July 29, 2005:
Host:Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: Raising Children with Disabilities and Family and Inspirations behind Spirit
Guest: Sammer Ghouleh, president of Spirit magazine and author of Treasured Misfortunes -listen

Wednesday, July 27, 2005:
Host:Imran Husain
Topic: Providing Health Care for Underprivledged Children
Guest: Dr. Beth Volin, medical director of the Rush Pediatric Primary Care Center -listen

Tuesday, July 26, 2005:
Host:Kamran Memon
Topic:Islam and Violence
Guests: Dr. Maher Hathout of the Muslim Public Affairs Council
Dr. Aslam Abdullah of the Islamic Society of Nevada -listen

Monday, July 25, 2005:
Host:Frederick Thauffer Al-Deen
Topic: What is Al-Hurra Television? -listen

Sunday, July 24, 2005:
Host:Chuck Ruby
Topic: Sunday Night Arts -listen

Saturday, July 23, 2005:
Hosts:Ahmed Rehab and Maurice Weaver
Topic: "Silent No More," Muslim Americans' Poltical Activism
Guest:Paul Findley, former congressman of Illinois -listen

Friday, July 22, 2005:
Host:Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: The Nomination of John Roberts to the Supreme Court
Guest:Majorie Cohn, professor at Thomas Jefferson School of Law and executive vice president of the National Lawyers Guild -listen

Thursday, July 21, 2005:
Host:Chuck Ruby
Topic: London Bombings
Guest: Abdul Malik Mujahid, chairman of the Council of Islamic Organizations of Greater Chicago -listen

Wednesday, July 20, 2005:
Host:Imran Husain
Topic: The Illegalities of Humanitarian Work in Iraq
Guest: Kathy Kelly, co-founder of Voices in the Wilderness -listen

Tuesday, July 19, 2005:
Host:Kamran Memon
Topic: A Look Inside the British Muslim Community and the British Muslim Identity After the London Bombings
Guest: Khalid Anis, spokesman for the Islamic Society of Britian -listen

Monday, July 18, 2005:
Host:Dr.Aminah McCloud
Topic: Racial Profiling
Marriages in the African-American Community
Guests: Jennah Mujahid
Solomon Mitchell -listen

Sunday, July 17, 2005:
Host:Chuck Ruby
Topic: Sunday Night Arts -listen

Saturday, July 16, 2005:
Host:Maurice Weaver
Topic: Voting Rights Act
Guest: Dan Levitas, Ira Glasser Racial Justice Fellow -listen

Friday, July 15, 2005:
Host:Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: Women's Rights and aid to Africa
The Ukhti wa Ikhi Mentoring Program
Guests: Sameer Dossani, director of the 50 Years Is Enough Network
Ndidi Okakpu, founder of the Muslim mentoring program -listen

Thursday, July 14 2005:
Host:Chuck Ruby
Topic: The Separation Wall in Palestine
Guest: Rana Barakat, doctoral candidate in the history department at the University of Chicago -listen

Wednesday, July 13 2005:
Host:Imran Husain
Topic: Freedom of the Press and the Jailing of Times Reporter, Judith Miller
Guest: Greg Leslie, legal defense director of the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press -listen

Tuesday, July 12 2005:
Host:Kamran Memon
Topic: Suicide Bombing
Guest: Robert Pape, associate professor of political science at the University of Chicago and author of Dying to Win:The Strategic Logic of Suicide Terrorism -listen

Sunday, July 10 2005:
Host:Chuck Ruby
Topic: Bosnia: 10 Years Later
Guest: Nedzib Sacirbey, former Ambassador to Bosnia -listen

Saturday, July 9 2005:
Host:Maurice Weaver
Topic: Debt Relief and Aid to Africa
Guests: Salih Booker, executive director of African Action
Wilbert Gwashavanahu, political counselor of the Embassy for the Republic of Zimbabwe -listen

Friday, July 8 2005:
Host:Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: Expungement and Recidivism
Guest:Congressman Danny Davis of the 7th District -listen

Thursday, July 7 2005:
Host:Chuck Ruby
Topic: London Terrorist Bombings and What it Means for Homeland Security
Guests:Talat Hamdani, mother of the late Salman Hamdani, a New York City police cadet who disappeared on 9/11 and was wrongfully accused of participating in the attacks
Chris Strom, reporter for Government Executive magazine -listen

Wednesday, July 6 2005:
Host:Imran Husain
Topic: G8 Summit and Aid to Africa
Guest: Richard Mshomba, professor of economics at La Salle University -listen

Tuesday, July 5 2005:
Host:Kamran Memon
Topic: Patriotism in Islam
Guests: Dr. Hassan Hathout, spokesman for the Islamic Center of Southern California
Muqtedar Khan, visiting fellow in Foreign Policy Studies at the Brookings Institution -listen

Monday, July 4 2005:
Host:Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: Freedom and Democracy as We Understand Today
Guest: Howard, Lindsey, professor of history at Depaul University -listen

Sunday, July 3 2005:
Host:Chuck Ruby
Topic: Sunday Arts
Guest: Tyson, Hip Hop artist: Ghetto Messiah -listen

Saturday, July 2 2005:
Host:Maurice Weaver
Topic: The War on Terror Through the Eyes of Those Who Lost Loved Ones
Guests: Cindy Sheehan, co-founder of Goldstar Families for Peace
Colleen Kelly, co-director of September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows -listen

Friday, July 1 2005:
Host:Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: Addressing Consequences of Recidivism and Incarceration Rates in Minority Communities
Guests:Imam Zaid Shakir, teacher at the Zaytuna Institute
Rev. Patricia Watkins,founding director of the TARGET Area Development Corporation -listen

Thursday, June 30 2005:
Host:Chuck Ruby
Topic: The Patriot Act
Guest: Kit, Gage, director of the First Amendment Freedom Foundation
Ed Yohnka, American Civil Liberties spokesman of Illinois -listen

Wednesday, June 29 2005:
Host:Imran Husain
Topic: The Other Side fo War in Iraq
Guest: Anna Prouse, former foreign aid worker in Iraq and author of Two Birthdays in Baghdad
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Tuesday, June 28 2005:
Host:Kamran Memon
Topic: The Future of Iraq
Guests: Dr. Al Al-Attar, Iraqi-American activist
Hatem Bazian of Berkeley, a senior lecturer in Islamic Studies -listen

Monday, June 27 2005:
Host:Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: The New American Empire
Guest:Robert Jensen, professor of Journalism at the University of Texas and author of Citizens of the Empire: The Struggle to Claim Our Humanity -listen

Sunday, June 26 2005:
Host:Chuck Ruby
Topic: The Making of the United Nations
Guest:S.K. Belal Hassan, information officer with the Outreach Division of the United Nations Department of Public Information -listen

Friday, June 24 2005:
Host:Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: Malcolm X Through his Daughter, Ilyasah Shabazz
Human Rights in India
Guests: Ilyasah Shabazz, author of Growing Up X
Iris Sabree, former secretary of the late Malcolm X
Harsh Shri Mander, social justice and human rights activist for India -listen

Thursday, June 23 2005:
Host:Chuck Ruby
Topic: Surviving Srebrenica: 10 Years Later
Guests:Zuhra Osmanovic, survivor of the Bosnian War
Mujko Erovic of the Congress of Bosnians of North America and war survivor -listen

Wednesday, June 22 2005:
Hosts:Imran Husain and Janaan Hashim
Topic: Iran's Presidential Elections and Nuclear Obligations
Guests: Simin Royanian, co-founder of Women for Peace in Iran and Washington-based economist
Ross Pourzal, Washington-based political analyst and board member of the Alliance of Progressive Iranians -listen

Tuesday, June 21, 2005:
Host:Kamran Memon
Topic: Democracy in the Middle East
Guests:Saad al-Din Ibrahim, Visiting Fellow at the Woodrow Wilson Center
Radwan Masmoudi from the Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy -listen

Monday, June 20, 2005:
Host:Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: Placing the Prophet Muhammed, peace be upon him, in the 21st century
Guest: Dr. Jerald Dirks, author of The Cross & the Crescent; Abraham, the Friend of God; and Understanding Islam -listen

Sunday, June 19, 2005:
Host:Chuck Ruby
Topic: Arts: A Father's Day Special
Guest: Elder George -listen

Saturday, June 18, 2005:
Hosts:Ahmed Rehab and Jenan Diab
Topic: Media Reformation -listen

Friday, June 17, 2005:
Host:Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: Health and Healing
Guest: Dr. Bernie Siegel -listen

Thursday, June 16, 2005:
Host:Humaira Basith
Topic: Downing Street Memo and the U.S.A. Patriot Act -listen

Wednesday, June 15, 2005:
Hosts:Imran Husain and Janaan Hashim
Topic: Commentary on News Headlines -listen

Tuesday, June 14, 2005:
Host:Kamran Memon
Topic: An Al-Qaeda Plot in California? Several Muslims have recently been arrested in Lodi,California
Guests: Taj Khan, Muslim community leader in Lodi, CA
Basim Elkarra, director of Sacramento Valley's Chapter Council of American Islamic Relations -listen

Monday, June 13, 2005:
Host:Frederick Al-Deen
Topic:The Profit and Loss of Gambling
Guest: Rick Zehr,vice president of Addiction and Behavioral Sciences of Addiction & Behavioral Services at Proctor Hospital -listen

Sunday, June 12, 2005:
Host:Chuck Ruby
Topic:Evening of Arts and Heritage
Guests: Dr. Hesham Hassaballa
Dr. Omer Abid
Musical Guest: The Revert -listen

Saturday, June 11, 2005:
Hosts:Ahmed Rehab and Maurice Weaver
Topic:Democracy in the Americas
Guest: Dr. Nick Irving -listen

Friday, June 10, 2005:
Host:Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: Tax Reformation
Guests: Jabari Zakiya, director of Americans For Fair Taxation -listen

Thursday, June 9, 2005:
Host:Humaira Basith
Topic: The Tsunami six months later
Guests: Chris Zappia, communications director of SOS Children's Village
Rizwan Mowlana, president of Asia Relief and director of CAIR Maryland-Virginia -listen

Wednesday, June 8, 2005:
Hosts:Imran Husain and Janaan Hashim
Topic: Bosnian Women Standing Up to the Challenge
Guests: Ambassador Swanee Hunt, tenured U.S. Ambassador to Austria and professor at Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government
Ambassador Hunt is author of, This Was Not Our War Bosnian Women Reclaiming the Peace.
Lejla Kapidzic, Bosnian War survivor
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Tuesday, June 7, 2005:
Host:Kamran Memon
Topic: Chicago Muslims' Campaign to Fight Hunger
Guests: Ruth Igoe of the Chicago Food Depository
Dennis Smith of the Northern Illinois Food Bank -listen

Monday, June 6, 2005:
Host:Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: Investigative Reporting in America
Guest: Pratap Chatterjee, CorpWatch managing editor and project director -listen

Sunday, June 5, 2005:
Hosts:Imran Husain and Chuck Ruby
Topic: The Revelation of Deep Throat
Guest: Mike Gravel, former U.S. Senator Alaska from 1969-1981 -listen

Saturday, June 4, 2005:
Hosts:Ahmed Rehab and Jenan Diab
Topic: The Abrahamic Faiths and Inter-Faith Dialogue in America
Guest" Imam Yahya Hendi, Muslim Chaplain at Georgetown University -listen

Friday, June 3, 2005:
Host:Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: The Emmett Till Case -listen

Thursday, June 2, 2005:
Host:Humaira Basith
Topic: Amnesty International's Response to President Bush's Criticism of their Annual Report
Guest: Christopher Watson, field organizer with the Midwest Regional Amnesty International Chapter -listen

Wednesday, June 1, 2005:
Host:Imran Husain
Topic: The Perpetuation of Islamophobia in America
Guests: Aminah McCloud, professor of Islamic Studies and founder of the Islamic World Studies program at DePaul University
Ibrahim Hooper, director of communications for the Council of American-Islamic Relations National
John Esposito, university professor and founding director of the center for Muslim-Christian Understanding at Georgetown University -listen

Tuesday, May 31, 2005:
Host:Kamran Memon
Topic: The Chinese Government's Crackdown on the Uighur's of China
Guests:Nicky Spiegel of the Human Rights Watch
Alim Seytoff of the Uighur American Association
Rebiya Kadeer, Uighur activist and former political prisoner -listen

Monday, May 30, 2005:
Host:Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: The History and Characteristic of the Quran
Guests: Professor of Islamic Studies at Temple University, Mahmoud Ayoub -listen

Sunday, May 29, 2005:
Host:Chuck Ruby
Topic: Muslims Slaves in America and Islamic Influences on Blues
Guests: Sylviane Diouf, author of The Servants of Allah
Elijah Wald, author of Escaping the Delta, Society Blues -listen

Saturday, May 28, 2005:
Hosts:Ahmed Rehab and Jenan Diab
Topic: Amnesty International's Anuual Report
Guest: Matt Cherry, executive director of the Committee on Freedom of Religion or Belief -listen

Friday, May 27, 2005:
Host:Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: Issues Facing the Latino Community in Chicago and Throughout the U.S.
Guest: Randolph Adamsick, director of the Mexican Fine Arts Center Museum -listen

Thursday, May 26, 2005:
Host:Humaira Basith
Topic: The U.S. Media Coverage and Perceptions Since Vietnam
Guest: David Greenway, former editorial editor for the Boston Globe -listen

Wednesday, May 25, 2005:
Hosts:Janaan Hashim and Jenan Diab
Topic: Religious Tolerance in the United States: commentary on instances of Quran desecration -listen

Tuesday, May 24, 2005:
Host:Kamran Memon
Topic: Muslim Perspectives on the Hit Series "24"
Guests: Sarah Ismail, Omar Hussain, and Rizwan Kadir -listen

Monday, May 23, 2005:
Host: Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: The New Madras Fault
Guest: Susan Hough, seismologist from the United States Geological Department -listen

Sunday, May 22, 2005:
Host:Samira Said
Topic: Sunday Evening Arts Show
Guest: M-Team -listen

Saturday, May 21,2005
Hosts:Ahmed Rehab and Maurice Weaver
Topic:Islamophobia in America -listen

Friday, May 20,2005
Hosts:Samira Said and Imran Husain
Topic:Friday Prayer and the Significance of Fridays in Islam -listen

Thursday, May 19,2005
Hosts:Humaira Basith and Samira Said
Topic:Guantanamo Bay Petitions
Guest: Shayana Kadidal, staff attorney from the Center for Constitutional Rights -listen

Wednesday, May 18,2005
Hosts:Imran Husain and Janaan Hashim
Topic:Happy Endings: The joy of academic graduations -listen

Tuesday, May 17,2005
Host:Kamran Memon
Topic: Freedom and Human Rights in Uzbekistan
Guests: Acacia Shields of the Human Rights Watch
Abdumannob Polat, human rights activist -listen

Monday, May 16, 2005:
Host:Chuck Ruby
Topic: Newsweek's Retraction of an article on Quran Desecration in Guantanamo Bay Cuba -listen

Sunday, May 15, 2005:
Host:Samira Said
Topic: Sunday Evening Arts: The Night Shift, a documentary looking at the immigrant community of Canada and how foreign-trained professionals end up in dead-end jobs
Guest: Jawad Jafry, director of Adamicmedia -listen

Saturday, May 14 2005:
Hosts:Altaf Kaiseruddin and Maurice Weaver
Topic: Charity Without Fear
Guest: Illinois State Senator, Jacqueline Collins -listen

Friday, May 13, 2005:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: The Opening of the Malcolm X Museum in New York
Guest: Aisha Al-Adawiya of the Schomburg Library and board member of the Malcolm X -listen

Thursday, May 12:
Host:Humaira Basith
Topic: Desecration of the Holy Qu'ran at Guantanamo Bay -listen

Wednesday, May 11, 2005:
Host:Imran Husain
Topic: Remembering the Vietnam War and its Impact on America and Vietnam
Guests: Bill Belding, President and CEO of Vietnam Veterans of America Foundation
Maurice Isserman, professor of history at Hamilton College in New York and co-author of America Divided: America's Civil Wars in the 1960s -listen

Tuesday, May 10, 2005:
Host:Kamran Memon
Topic: A case involving two 16-year-old girls who were declared potential suicide bombers have been released after 6 weeks of detention
Guests: Attorney Khurrum Wahid, criminal defense attorney
Wissam Nasr, executive director of CAIR New York
Mauri Saalakhan, founder and director of The Peace and Justice Foundation. -listen

Monday, May 9, 2005:
Host:Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: Charity Without Fear: An Illinois campaign calling for a safe list of charities from the federal government
Guests: Joshua Hoyt, executive director of the Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights
LaDale George, executive board member for the Council of Islamic Organizations of Greater Chicago -listen

Sunday, May 8, 2005:
Host: Samira Said
Topic:Mother's Day Special -listen

Saturday, May 7, 2005:
Host:Ahmed Rehab
Topic: A New Report Exploring Abuse in Afghanistan
Guest: Cherif Bassiouni, President of the International Institute of Higher Studies in Criminal Sciences -listen

Friday, May 6, 2005:
Host:Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic:Muslim-American Prominence in the Dearborn and Detroit, Michigan Metropolitan Area
Opening of the first Arab-American Museum in the region and the new Islamic Center of America, the nation's largest mosque
Guests: Niraj Warikoo, Detroit Free Press reporter
Eid Alawan, active member of the Islamic Center of America in Michigan -listen

Thursday, May 5, 2005:
Host:Humaira Basith
Topic:The Immigrant Experience: Balancing Two Identities
Guests: Diana Abu-Jaber, author of the Language of Baklava
Jamil Khoury, co-founder and artistic director of the Silk Road Theatre Project in Chicago -listen

Wednesday, May 4, 2005:
Host:Imran Husain
Topic: Branding and the Discipline of Marketing
Guests: Daniel Strunk, Executive-In-Residence at Depaul's University's Marketing Department
Karen Post, marketing expert, consultant and author of Brain Tattoos -listen

Tuesday, May 3, 2005:
Host:Kamran Memon
Topic:Uninsured Week: A look at local interfaith efforts to provide insurance for the underprivileged
Guests: Rev. Paul Rutgers, executive director of the Council of Religious Leaders of Metropolitan Chicago
Azher Quader, M.D.
Dr. Nafisa Arozullah, Inner City Muslim Action Network health clinic coordinator -listen

Monday, May 2, 2005:
Host:Frederick Al-Deen
Topic:"Radical Islam's" Influence in the Prison System
Guest: Paul Rodgers of the American Correctional Chaplains Association -listen


Sunday, May 1, 2005:
Host:Samira Said
Topic: Sunday Evening Arts: Poetry and review of "Real Women Have Curves"
Guest:Alia Bilal, spoken word Artist -listen


Saturday, April 30:
Host:Ahmed Rehab
Topic:The Islamic World Studies Program at Depaul University
Guests: Aminah McCloud and Khalid Keshk, founders of the World Studies Program -listen

Friday, April 29:
Host:Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: "Kingdom of Heaven," a film to be aired on Fox depicting the crusades
Guests: Sabiha Khan, executive director of the Southern California chapter of the Council of American Islamic Relations -listen

Thursday, April 28:
Host:Humaira Basith
Topic: Iraq's Newly Formed Government: What does the future hold for the region?
Guest: Laith Al-Saud, lecturer of social sciences at Harold Washington College and a member of the People Struggle Movement, an organization politically opposed to the occupation of Iraq -listen

Wednesday, April 27:
Host:Imran Husain
Topic: Sports Analysis, NFL football draft, NBA Playoffs, and World Soccer Tournament
Guest: Arsalan Akhtar, Radio Islam sports analyst -listen

Tuesday, April 26:
Host:Kamran Memon
Topic: The Ali Al-Timimi Conviction
Guest: Edward McMahon, defense attorney for Al-Timimi
Adam Samaha, University of Chicago School of Law
Asim Ghafoor, public affairs attorney -listen

Monday, April 25:
Host:Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: Fiqh Council of North America
Guest: Dr. Muzammil H. Siddiqi president of the Fiqh Council of North America -listen

Sunday, April 24:
Host:Samria Said
Sunday Evening Arts Featuring the Palestinian Film Festival -listen

Saturday, April 23:
Host:Ahmed Rehab
Topic: Muslim Stories Project
Guest: M.Suleiman Khan, poet and speech writer
Kim Newkirk, corporate legal compliance and human resource trainer and business professor at Benedictine University -listen

Friday, April 22:
Host:Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: Alternative Health Maintenance and the Wellness Industry
Guests: Abdel J. Nuriddin,Ph.D. in Holistic Nutrition from the American Holistic College of Nutrition. Nuriddin has a weekly column and hosts a weekly TV program on health issues out of Greensboro, North Carolina
John English, a Shaaman and author of “The Shift: An Awakening” and is addresses the global issues of consumerism, political structures, environmental impact and the economy and how these impact the well being of us all as well as the planet in general -listen

Wednesday, April 20:
Host:Imran Husain
Topic:The Human Development Fund
Guests: Bill Mosher, executive director of Visionaries Inc.
Dr. Naheed Qayyum, board member of the Human Development Fund -listen

Tuesday, April 19:
Host:Kamran Memon
Topic: The Future of Muslim-Catholic Relations; commentary on Pope Benedict XVI's stance on Islam
Guests: Abdul Malik Mujahid, chairman of the Council of Islamic Organization of Greater Chicago
Daniel Thompson, professor of Theology at Fordham University of New York -listen

Monday, April 18:
Host:Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: Work Grievances and Unions after NAFTA and GAFT
Remembering Oklahoma City -listen

Sunday, April 17:
Host:Samira Said
Topic: Sunday Evening Arts: Nur Nasheed Group, movie review of Hotel Rwanda
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Saturday, April 16:
Hosts:Yaser Tabbara and Ahmed Rehab
Topic: The Future of Muslim Christian Relations in the Middle East
Guests:Hon. Abbas al-Halabi, Lebanese Druze and president of the Arab group of Muslim Christian dialogue in Lebanon
Dr. Mohammad Sammak a Lebanese Muslim and advisor to the late Prime Minister of Lebanon, Rafic Hariri
Rev. Dr. Riad Jarjour, a Syrian Christian and former General Secretary of the Middle East Council of Churches -listen

Friday, April 15, 2005:
Host:Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: The Final Solution: A Study of the Politics of Hate
Guest: Rakesh Sharma, director of the film, "The Final Solution" -listen

Thursday, April 14, 2005:
Host:Humaira Basith
Topic: Women of Jerusalem -listen

Wednesday, April 13, 2005:
Host:Janaan Hashim and Imran Husain
Topic: Real Estate Basics
Guest: Marlene Saint-George, sales associate at Baird & Warner -listen

Tuesday, April 12, 2005:
Host:Kamran Memon
Topic: The Patriot Renewal Act
Guest: Ed Yohnka, American Civil Liberty Union spokesman of Illinois -listen

Monday, April 11, 2005:
Host:Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: News Analysis and the Palestinian Art Exhibit at Depaul University -listen

Saturday, April 9, 2005:
Host:Yaser Tabbara and Ahmed Rehab
Guest: Farheen Hakeem, mayoral candidate for Minneapolis -listen

April 7, 2005:
Host:Janaan Hashim
Topic: Gender Equality or Inequality: Is gender inequality a thing of the past?
Guests: Ingrid Mattson, Director of the Muslim Chaplaincy Program at Hartford Seminary
Merve Kavakci of George Washington University, former member of the Turkish Parliament, advocate for religious freedom and women's rights -listen

April 6, 2005:
Host:Janaan Hashim
Topic: Muslims in Hollywood
Guests: Brenda Hampton, creator, executive producer, and writer for the WB's weekly drama "Seventh Heaven"
Kamal Marayati, American Muslim Hollywood actor
Dr. Jack Shaheen, media analyst, author, and professor -listen

April 5, 2005:
Host:Altaf Kaiseruddin
Topic: Lobbying Day
Guests: Cindy Boland, director of organizing for the Chicago Coalition for the Homeless
Halil Demir, president of the Zakat Foundation -listen

April 4, 2005:
Host:Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: Transitioning in to Islam -listen

April 3, 2005:
Host:Samira Said
Topic: Memoirs and Contributions of the Late John Paul II
Guests: Scott Alexander,Associate Professor of Islam and the Director of the Catholic-Muslim Studies Program at Catholic Theological Union in Chicago
Joan McGuire, Director for the Office for Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs for the Arch Diocese of Chicago -listen

April 2, 2005:
Hosts:Yaser Tabbara and Ahmed Rehab
Topic: Muslims in Local Politics -listen

April 1, 2005:
Host:Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: The Anita T. Conner Story: One Women's Struggle with Racism While Battling Breast Cancer
Guests: Anita T. Conner and Dean Abdul Majid Harris of Front Porch Media -listen

March 31, 2005:
Host:Humaira Basith
Topic: Personal and Business Tax Secrets
Guest: Eva Rosenberg, a.k.a TaxMama, author of Small Business Taxes Made Easy -listen

March 30, 2005:
Hosts:Janaan Hashim and Imran Husain
Topic: Political Empowerment for the Youth
Guests:Ayinde Jean-Baptiste, Chava Goldstein, and Steve Smith, representatives of the Young Adult Sponsors Chicago Chapter -listen

March 29, 2005:
Host:Altaf Kaiseruddin
Topic: Simple Ways to Better Health
Guest: Dr.Eve Wood, clinical associate professor of medicine at the University of Arizona and author of Medicine, Mind, and Meaning -listen

March 28, 2005:
Host: Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: A Look at the Death of Hassiba Belbechir
Guests: Nat Legue of the Northern Herald News
Abdul Malik Mujahid, chairman of the Council of Greater Islamic Organizations -listen

March 27 :
Hosts:Samira Said and Janaan Hashim
Topic:Sunday Evening Arts with the Turkoman Music Folk Ensemble and Anas Canon a.k.a BeLikeMuhammed, director of Remarkable Current -listen

March 26 :
Host:Ahmed Rehab and Yaser Tabbara
Topic:Community Building
Guest:Azher Quader, M.D. community activist -listen

March 25, 2005:
Host:Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: President Bush's Social Security Reform
Guests: Ellen Frank, senior economist at the Rhode Island Poverty Institute
Jesse Brown, president of Krystal Investment Management in Chicago, Illinois -listen

March 24, 2005:
Host:Humaira Basith
Topic: America's Silence on Chechnya
Guest: Eric Margolis, award-winning author, foreign correspondent an columnist for the Toronto Sun -listen

March 23, 2005:
Host:Imran Husain
Topic: Baseball Pros Testimony on Performance Enhanced Drugs and NCAA Tournaments
Guest: Arsalan Akhtar, Radio Islam sports analyst -listen

March 22, 2005:
Host:Kamran Memon
Topic:Euthanasia: The Terri Schiavo Case
Guest: Jamal Badawi, author and director of the Islamic Information Center in Halifax, Canada -listen

March 21, 2005:
Host:Frederick Al-Deen
Topic:The Ahmed Abu Ali Case
Guest: Ashraf Nubani, of Busch & Nubani, Nubani is representing Ahmed Abu Ali -listen

March 20, 2005:
Host:Samira Said
Topic:Sunday Evening Arts -listen

March 19, 2005:
Host:Ahmed Rehab and Jenan Diab
Topic:The Inside Out of Hijab
Guests: Karen Danielson, head of public education and outreach for the Muslim American Society Chicago
Uzma Noormohamed, student activist -listen

March 18, 2005:
Host:Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic:Successful Muslim Women
Guests: Sahirah Muhammad, co-founder of the International League of Muslim Women
Allene-Gamme-Ahmed, owner and publisher of PeaceSonian Spirit and Pride News -listen

March 17, 2005:
Host:Jenan Diab and Samira Said
Topic:Irish Culture
Guests: Siobhan Murphy, litigation attorney in Chicago and IrishAmerican
Peg Reid, librarian for the Irish American Heritage Center -listen

March 16, 2005:
Host:Janaan Hashim and Jenan Diab
Topic:The Two-year Anniversary of Rachel Corrie's Death
Guests: Cindy Corrie, mother of Rachel Corrie
Donna Baranski-Walker, executive director of the Rebuilding Alliance -listen

March 15, 2005:
Host:Kamran Memon
Topic: Democracy in the Muslim World
Guests: Radwan Musmodi, founder and president of the Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy
Farid Senzai, director of the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding -listen

March 14, 2005:
Host:Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: The Hindu Right in Gujarat, India
Guest:Martha Nussbaum, professor of law at the University of Chicago -listen

March 13, 2005:
Hosts:Samira Said and Dawud Wharnsby
Topic: The art of percussion and a film review of "Osama"
Guest: Dale Marcelle, rhythmist and founder of the Dale Marcelle School of Drum -listen

March 12, 2005:
Host:Yaser Tabbara
Topic: The Refuser Movement in Israel in which soldier are refusing to take out orders in occupied Palestine
Guest: Yonatan Shapira, former Israeli pilot who refused to take orders from the Israeli Defense Force -listen

March 11, 2005:
Host:Janaan Hashim
Topic: Bullying: what makes a bully and how to deal with it Guest: Edmond Arroyo, public school and Islamic school social worker and counselor -listen

March 10, 2005:
Host:Humaira Basith
Topic: Women in Technology
Guest: Jennifer Didier, executive director of Directions Training Center in Oak Park, IL. -listen

March 9, 2005:
Hosts: Janaan Hashim and Imran Hussain
Topic: Reclaiming the Rights of the American Citizen: The Bilal Mahmoud Story
Guest: Bilal Mahmoud, former vietnam vet who was wrongly put on TSA's national threat list
Mahdi Bray, executive director of the Muslim American Society Freedom Foundation -listen

March 8, 2005:
Host:Kamran Memon
Topic: President Bush's Proposed Budget for 2005
Is it right for America?
Guest: Rev. Jennifer Kottler from the Prostestant for the Common Good
Rabbi Jill Jacobs from the Jewish Council on Urban Affairs -listen

March 7, 2005:
Host:Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: Judicial Evaluations
Guest: Leonard Murray, chairman of the Judicial Evaluation Committee of the Illinois Bar Association -listen

March 6, 2005:
Host: Samira Said
Topic:Sunday Evening Arts Special: "Expression of Un-Opression"
Guests: Shazia Mirza, prominent Muslim British comedian featured on 60 Minutes and in the New York Times
Renaissance Woman-Spoken Word Artist and Fashion Designer, Jamila Tasleem Firdausee -listen

March 5, 2005:
Hosts: Yaser Tabbara and Ahmed Rehab
Topic: Democracy Rising: A Campaign calling on the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq
Guest: Kevin Zeese, project head for the 'Stop the War Campaign' -listen

March 4, 2005:
Host:Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: Parliament of World of Religions
Guest: Executive Director of the Parliament of World Religions, Dirk Ficca -listen

March 3, 2005:
Host:Humaira Basith
Topic: Race and Racism within the Muslim Community
Guest: Sherman Jackson, professor of Arabic and Islamic studies at University of Michigan -listen

March 2, 2005:
Hosts:Imran Husain and Janaan Hashim
Topic: Churches Educating Churches on the Israeli Palestinian Conflict
Guests: Rev. Christopher Pierson, director of Outreach & Witness Ministries for the Northern Illinois Conference of the United Methodist Church
Connie Baker, co-chair of the Methodist Task Force to End the Occupation and the Church Network for Education on Palestine -listen

March 1, 2005:
Host:Kamran Memon
Topic: Should the government post the 10 Commandments in federal facilities?
Guests: Shannon Bartlett, staff council for the American Civil Liberties Union
Michael Uremovich, president of the Christian Legal Society -listen

February 28, 2005:
Host:Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: A Look at the Council on American -Islamic Relations
Guests: Yasir Tabbara, executive director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations Chicago Chapter
Ahmed Rehab, communications coordinator for CAIR Chicago -listen

February 27, 2005:
Host:Samira Said
Topic: Film Review: Children of Heaven
Guests: Sabah Khan and Camille Irvine -listen

February 25, 2005:
Host:Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: A Look Inside the Nation of Islam and How It Came About
Guests: Darnell and Gloria Karim, early members of the Nation of Islam. Darnell is a local Imam in Chicago and host of the radio program W.Deen Mohammad and Friends on WNDZ -listen

February 24, 2005:
Host:Humaira Basith
Topic: Tools to be Better Parents
Empowerment of Muslim Women
Guests: Jean Illsley Clarke, self-esteem expert, educator and author of several parent education books including How Much is Enough? Time-In: When Time Out Doesn't Work and Who, Me Lead a Group?
Aisha Al-Adawiya, executive director of Women in Islam -listen

February 23, 2005:
Hosts:Imran Husain and Janaan Hashim
Topic: African-American History -listen

February 22 :
Host:Kamran Memon
Topic:The Conviction of Lynne Stewart
Guests: Jennifer Van Bergen, author of The Twilight of Democracy: The Bush Plan for Democracy. Van Bergen has written and spoken extensively on civil liberties, human rights, and international law.
Michael Deutsch of the National Lawyer's Guild. -listen

February 21, 2005:
Host:Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: Malcolm X: a look at his life, influences and family
Buffalo Soldiers: African-American Heritage
Guests: Abdullah bin Juttie, author of Buffalo Soldiers -listen

February 20, 2005:
Host:Samira Said
Topic:Arts: Comedy, Islamic Art and Review of the critically acclaimed documentary, Control Room
Guests: Farheen Hakeem, stand-up comedian
Derek Beard, Islamic art curator -listen

February 19, 2005:
Hosts:Yaser Tabbara and Ahmed Rehab
Topic:Comemmorating the Japanese-American Internment Camps
Guest:Sam Ozaki,a retired Chicago Public School principal and survivor of the internment camps. Ozaki served in the 44th Regiment in World War II. -listen

February 18, 2005:
Host:Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: The History of African and African-Americans in the U.S.
Guest: Professor of African Studies at Howard University, Sulayman Nyang
President of Kennedy King Community College,Clyde El-Amin -listen

February 17, 2005:
Host:Humaira Basith
Topic: The Historical and Religious Significance of Ashura: Dispelling Myths of the Shias and Sunnis
Guests: Dr.A.S. Hashim, author of Islamic books that served as the basis of the Islamic Sunday School Curriculum in the 1980s. Dr. Hashim also is Secretary general of Daurulsalam
Nousheen Yousuf, a senior at the University of Illinois at Chicago doing a major in History and a double minor in Religious Studies and Gender and Women's Studies -listen

February 16, 2005:
Host:Imran Husain
Topic: Privacy and Security Issues in the Medical Field: A look at HIPAA(Hospital Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
Guest: Anthony Lopez, president of Equivus Consulting -listen

February 15, 2005:
Host:Kamran Memon
Topic: Michael Chertoff's Confirmation as the Secretary of Homeland Security
Guests: Shannon Bartlett, staff council for the American Civil Liberties Union
Fred Tsao, policy director for the Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights -listen

February 14, 2005:
Host:Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: Etiquette and Public Decorum
Guest:Jodi Smith, author of The Girl's Guide to Social Savvy and The Guy's Guide to Social Savvy. Smith is also president of Mannersmith, an etiquette consulting company -listen

February 13, 2005:
Host:Samira Said
Topic: Art's Evening: History of Arab Film, Review of French Film, Mousier Ibrahim
Guests: John Sinno, president and owner of Arab Film Distributors
Iman Rashid, freelance television producer -listen

February 12, 2005:
Host:Altaf Kaiseruddin
Topic: Diversity in the Workforce
Guest: Trisha A. Svehla, author of Managing the Mosaic, Addressing Workforce Diversity and Managing Institutional Change in Health Care. Svehla also is president of Svehla Consultants, a human resource consulting company -listen

February 11, 2005:
Host:Ayesha Mustafaa
Interview with Imam W. Deen Mohamed -listen

February 10, 2005:
Hosts:Jenan Diab and Samira Said
Topic: Cab Safety and a Look at the Tragic Death of Haroon Paryani, a taxi driver who was killed on-duty
Guests:George Lutfallah, Publisher of the Chicago Dispatcher and Manager of Wolley Cabs
Abuldada, Chicago taxi owner, and long-time friend of Haroon Paryani -listen

February 9, 2005:
Hosts:Janaan Hashim and Imran Husain
Topic: The need for cultural diversity training within the social service field
Guests:Nareman Taha, co-director and co-founder of the Arab-American Family Services
Dr. Pamela Nadir, president of the Islamic Social Services Association -listen

February 8, 2005:
Host:Kamran Memon
Topic: Muslims in the Media
Guests: Rummana Hussian, Chicago Sun Times Reporter
Noreen Ahmed-ullah, Chicago Tribune Reporter -listen

February 7, 2005:
Host:Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: The Myths and Realities of of Social Security
"The Stockholm Syndrome," finding our identity
Guests: Ellen Frank, Senior Economist at the Rhode Island Poverty Institute
E.Joyce Moore, Author of Good Wood and Chicken Soup for the African-American Soul -listen

February 6, 2005:
Host:Samira Said
Topic: Art's Evening: Hijrah, Vedic and Chinese Calendars
Super Bowl Highlights
Guests: Gerard Bilal, Active Member of Chicago Muslim Community
Z.J. Tong, President of the Chicago Chinese Cultural Institute
Dinesh Sampat, Active Member of Chicago Indian Community -listen

February 5, 2005:
Hosts:Yaser Tabbara and Ahmed Rehab
Topic: News Headlines -listen

February 4, 2005:
Host:Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: Commentary on the State of the Union Address
Interview with Andrea Ledbetter, the youngest female elected to public office in Indiana
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February 3, 2005:
Host:Humaira Basith
Topic: Bush's State of Union Address
The Rights of the "Refugee Immigrant"
Guests: Dan Lesser, Senior Attorney for the Shriver National Center on Poverty Law
Mark Guchin, retired scientist -listen

February 2, 2005:
Host:Imran Husain
Topic: History and Demographics of Devon Street
Guests: Elaine Freedman, early resident of Devon
Ann Kalayil, Director of South Asian American Policy Research Institute, teaches courses on Asian American studies at DePaul University in the Sociology Department and a long-time resident of Devon Avenue of over 30 years
Rashid Ali Khan, Devon Businessman and Property Owner -listen

February 1, 2005:
Host:Kamran Memon
Topic:
Sacrifice this Eid for Our Neighbors Campaign

Council of Islamic Organizations of Greater Chicago
Suggestions for African-American History Month
Guest: Abdul Malik Mujahid -listen

January 31, 2005:
Host:Frederick Al-Deen
Topic:Iraq's Vote for a Return to Democracy -listen

January 30, 2005:
Host:Samira Said
Topic:Arts Evening: Community Cafe -listen

January 29, 2005:
Hosts:Yaser Tabbara and Ahmed Rehab
Topic:The Impact of Neo-Conservatism on the Middle East
Guest: Danny Postel, Freelance Journalist -listen

January 28:
Host:Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic:Iraqi Elections
Guests: Laith Al-Saud, Lecturer in the Social Sciences at Herlad Washington College
Kamal Nawash, Founder of Free Muslims Against Terrorism
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January 27:
Host:Humaira Basith
Topic:Commemorating the Liberation of Auschwitz
Guest: Rabbi Herman Schaalman -listen

January 26:
Hosts:Imran Husain and Janaan Hashim
Topic: News, Comedy and Sports -listen

January 25:
Host:Altaf Kaiseruddin
Topic: Staying Fit in 2005
Guest: Osama Mahmoud, Trainer and Owner of Executive Boxing -listen

January 24:
Host:Frederick Al-Deen
Topic:An interview with "The Mother of the "Matrix"
Guest: Sophia Stewart, Author of "The Third Eye." Stewart is plaintiff in a law suit alleging the Wachowsky brothers violated Stewart's copyright by fashioning the movie, "The Matrix."
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January 23:
Host:Samira Said
Topic: The Art and History of Henna
Travels of Abraham
Guests: Dr.Gerlad Dirks, Author and Professor of Psychology
Saba Khan, Chicago Henna Artist
Rima Khan, Chicago Henna Artist -listen

January 22:
Hosts:Yaser Tabbara and Ahmed Rehab
Topic: Neo-Conservatism in the White House
Guest: Danny Postel, Freelance Jounralist -listen

January 21:
Host:Jenan Diab and Samira Said
Topic: Eid Al-Adha Special -listen

January 20:
Host:Jenan Diab
Topic: Eid Al-Adha Special -listen

January 19:
Hosts:Imran Husain and Janaan Hashim
Topic:How to Make this Eid Special for Family and Friends -listen

January 18:
Host:Kamran Memon
Topic: To Torture or Not to Torture?
Recent Confirmation Hearings of Alberto Gonzales
Guests: Gabe Gonzales,Director of Organizing for Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights
David Pressman, Staff Council with the ACLU
Jummana Musa, Amnesty International's Advocacy Director for Domestic Human Rights and International Justice -listen

January 17:
Host:Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: A Tribute to Martin Luther King Jr.
The Hajj Experience -listen

January 16:
Host:Samira Said
Topic:Arts Evening: Yuri Lane, star of the one man show "From Tel Aviv to Ramallah," a beat box journey Hasan Ahmed, Youth Activist and Beat boxer -listen

January 15:
Hosts:Yaser Tabbara and Ahmed Rehab
Topic:The Blogger Phenomenon
Guest: Hesham Hassaballa, Chicago Physician and Columist for Beliefnet.com -listen

January 14:
Host:Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic:Native American Land Rights and Dispossessions
Guests:James Fennerty, Member of the National Lawyers Guild
Tom Goldtooth, Executive Director of the Indigenous Enviornmental Network -listen

January 13:
Host:Humaira Basith
Topic: How to Build a Mosque in Rolling Meadows Without a Fight
Guests:Rashid Salam, former president, current board member and fundraising director of the Islamic Society for the Northwest Suburbs
Richard Fung, member of the United Leadership Team of the North West Suburban Assembly under United Power
Sue Waldron, Rolling Meadows Alderman -listen

January 12:
Host:Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: Life With Noam Chomsky
Guest: Noam Chomsky, Professor of linguistics and philosophy at MIT -listen

January 11:
Host:Altaf Kaiseruddin
Topic: Interesting Encounters of Muslim Physicians -listen

January 9:
Host:Samira Said
Topic: Arts Variety Show -listen

January 8, 2005:
Host:Ahmed Rehab
Topic:Palestinian Authority Presidential Elections
Guests: Rafiq Jaber, President of the Islamic Association for Palestine
Ali Abunimah, Political Commentator and Writer, Co-Founder of the Electronic Intifada
Fadi Farhan, Governmental Affairs Director for CAIR Chicago -listen

January 7, 2005:
Host:Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic:Ohio Recount Voter Fraud
Guests: Green Party Presidential Candidate, David Cobb
Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. -listen

January 6, 2005:
Host:Humaira Basith
Topic: Facing Infertility -listen

January 5, 2005:
Hosts:Janaan Hashim and Imran Husain
Topic:Support for the Tsunami Stricken Region -listen

January 4, 2005:
Host:Kamran Memon
Topic:Muslims in the Military
Guests: Amina Peterson, former Sgt. in the Army
Farook Diab, former Marine
Salim Howze, Air force Sr. Airman -listen

January 3, 2005:
Host:Frederick Al-Deen
Topic:Mental Health in the Muslim Community -listen

January 2, 2005:
Host:Samira Said
Topic:The Best of Radio Islam -listen

January 1, 2005:
Hosts:Yaser Tabbara and Ahmed Rehab
Topic:Myths and Realities of New Year's Resolutions
Guest: Joy Shaffea Beadleston, Chicago Community Activist -listen

December 31, 2004:
Host:Ayesha Mustafa
Topic: A Look Back at 2004
Guests: Dr. Aminah McCloud, Abdul Malik Mujahid -listen

December 30, 2004:
Host:Humaira Basith
Topic: Networking Your Way to Success
Guest: Susan Roane, Public Speaker and Author of Several Books Including "The Secrets of Savy Networking," and "How to Create Your Own Luck." -listen

December 29, 2004:
Hosts:Imran Husain and Janaan Hashim
Topic:Overview of Films for 2004 -listen

December 28, 2004:
Host:Kamran Memon
Topic:Relief Efforts for Tsunami Victims
Guests: Seyed Rizwan Mowlana, Head of Asia Relief
Cat Langel, Communications Manager for the Chicago Chapter Red Cross
Endang Nardeyani, Representative of Indonesian Consulate in Chicago
Elvi Handayani, Indonesian with family in Aceh, Indonesian Island severly hit by the earthquake -listen

December 27, 2004:
Host:Frederick Al-Deen
Topic:Cuban-American Relations
Guest: Felix Masud-Piloto, Professor of Latin-American History at Depaul University -listen

December 26, 2004:
Host:Ashley McGovern
Topic: The History and Demographics of Arab-American Christians
Guests:Ron Stockton, Political Science Professor at the University of Michigan
Awad Sifri, Palestinian-American Christian -listen

December 25, 2004:
Hosts:Yaser Tabbara and Ahmed Rehab
Topic: The Celebration and Significance of Christmas, Chanukah, Kwanza and Eid-Al-Adha
Guest:Guy Izhak Austrian, Community Activist
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December 24, 2004:
Host:Ayesha Mustafa
Topic: The Status of Arab-Christians in Palestine
Guest: Shafic Budron, Chicago Chapter President of Arab-American Anti-Discrimination Committee -listen

December 23, 2004:
Hosts:Imran Husain and Janaan Hashim
Topic: Traveling During the Holiday Season and Traveling While Muslim -listen

December 22, 2004:
Hosts:Imran Husain and Janaan Hashim
Topic: Jesus and Mary in Islam
Guests: Imam Senad Agic of the Northbrook Mosque of Chicago
Muhammed Eissa, Former Professor at Northwestern University and President of Eissa and Associates for Arabic and Islamic Consulting and Education -listen

December 21, 2004:
Host:Kamran Memon
Topic: Hunger in Chicago land
Guests: Maurice Weaver, Faith-Based Manager for America's Second Harvest
Donna Larkin, Communications Director for Greater Chicago Food Depository -listen

December 20, 2004:
Host:Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: Chicago Cab Culture: What It's Like for Chicago's Finest Taxi Cab Drivers -listen

December 19, 2004:
Host:Janaan Hashim
Topic: Chicago Through the Artist's Eye
Guests: Meryem Tangoren-Masood, Industrial Designer, Naser Masood, Architect -listen

December 18, 2004:
Hosts:Ahmed Rehab and Yaser Tabbara
Guests: Wesley Adamczyk, author of "When God Looked the Other Way: An Odyessy of War, Exile and Redemption" -listen

December 17, 2004:
Host:Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic:Tariq Ramadan's Resignation from Notre Dame
Guests: John Esposito, Professor of Religion and International Affairs and of Islamic Studies at Georgetown University
Geneive Abdo, Writer and Former Chicago Tribune Religion Editor and Reporter -listen

December 16, 2004:
Host:Humaira Basith
Topic:Third Side: Conflict
Guests: Rev. Robert Thompson
Richard Otto -listen

December 15, 2004:
Host:Imran Husain
Topic: A Higher Level of Rapport Between Christian-Muslim Relations
Guests: Heidi Hadsell, President of Hartford Seminary School
Harold Vogelaar, Resident Scholar in World Religion at the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago
Hakan Berberoglu, Assistant Director of Niagara Foundation -listen

December 14, 2004:
Host:Kamran Memon
Topic:Job Discrimination Post 9/11
Guests: Gordon Waldron, Senior Trial Attorney for Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Hind Sodha, Staff Attorney Legal Assisstance Foundation of Metropolitan Chicago -listen

December 13, 2004:
Host:Frederick Al-Deen
Topic:Boim Case
Guests: Aamr Haleem,Quranic Literacy Institute
Matt Piers, Attorney representing Mohamed Salah
John Beal, Attorney representing the Quranic Literacy Institute
Jay Tcath, Director of Jewish Community Relations Council for Jewish United Fund -listen

December 12, 2004:
Host:Imran Husain
Topic:Arts Evening: A Look At Different Genres of Music
Guests: Aurangzeb Husain, Singer and Rhythm Guitarist for Chutney Head, A Local Chicago Music Group
Nizam Arain, Bass Guitarist for Chutney Head
Shahab Qureshi, Member of 786 Music Group
Mike Shapiro, Creator of www.muslimhiphop.com
Amad of the Sons of Hagar Music Group -listen

December 11, 2004:
Host:Ahmed Rehab and Yaser Tabbara
Topic:What Majors Minorities Should Choose to Empower Their Communities
Guests: Omar Muzzaffar, Film Graduate and Current U of C PhD Candidate and Lecturer in Islamic Studies Tuyet Le, Director of the Asian American Institue in Chicago -listen

December 10, 2004:
Host:Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: Effects of Recent Verdict in the Boim Case Guests: Rafiq Jaber, President of Islamic Association for Palestine
Jim Fennerty, Attorney representing the Islamic Association for Palestine
John Boyd, Civil Rights Attorney representing the Holy Land Foundation -listen

December 9, 2004:
Host:Humaira Basith
Topic: Accommodating Religious Practices Within the Public School System Guests: Jeanette Wilson, Director of Interfaith Partnership for the Chicago Public Schools
Samir Diab, Educator in the Chicago Public Schools -listen

December 8, 2004:
Host:Imran Husain
Topic: The Future of Youth Activism
Guests: Badie Ali, Youth Activist
Khalida Baste, Principal of Al-Aqsa Girls School in Bridgeview, IL. -listen

December 7, 2004:
Host:Kamran Memon
Topic: Can Muslims Build a Mosque Without Opposition? The Legal Battles of Building the Morton Grove and Orland Park Mosques
Guests: Dr. Mohammed Kaiseruddin, President MCC, Dr. M. Krad, Founder of Orland Park Mosque -listen

December 6, 2004:
Host:Frederick Al-Deen
Topic:Are Our Tax Dollars Supporting Immoral Behavior? -listen

December 5, 2004:
Host:Samira Said
Sunday Evenings Arts Show: Islamic Songs by MYNA RAPS -listen

December 4, 2004:
Host:Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: Understanding the Madrassa
Guests: Dr. Aminah McCloud, Director of Islamic Studies World Program at Depaul University
Father Tony Dosen, Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership at Depaul University
Father Patrick McDevitt, Professor at Depaul University and Director of Seminary Formation for the Ascension Fathers and Brothers
Abdul Malik Mujahid, President of Sound Vision -listen

December 3, 2004:
Host:Ayesha Mustafa
Topic: Hijab Experience in the U.S. and Turkey
Guests:Janaan Hashim, Executive Board Member of CAIR Chicago
Merve Kavakci an elected Turkish member of Parliament who could not take and oath because of her headscarf -listen

December 2, 2004:
Host:Humaira Basith
Topic: The Life of Rachel Corrie, the Rebuilding Alliance, and the Rebuilding of the House Rachel Corrie Tried to Save Before Her Tragic Death.
Guests: Craig and Cynthia Corrie, Parents of Rachel Corrie and Rebuilding Alliance Board Members
Donna Baranski-Walker, Director of the Rebuilding Alliance -listen

December 1, 2004:
Host:Imran Husain
Topic: Examining the Charges of VoterFraud 2004
Guests:David Cobb 2004 Green Party Presidential Candidate -listen

November 30, 2004:
Host:Kamran Memon
Topic: The Crackdown on Muslim Charities in the U.S.
Guests:Roger Simmons of Gordon and Simmons, Lead Lawyer in the Global Relief Foundation Case
Salam Al-Marayati, Director and Co-Founder of the Muslim Public Affairs Council -listen

November 29, 2004:
Host:Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: Marriage Counseling
Guests:Imam Shaykh Khalil
Itedal Shalabi, founder of Arab American Family Services
James Halstead, Religious Studies Chairman at Depaul University -listen

November 28, 2004:
Host:Samira Said
Topic: Arts Evening
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November 27, 2004:
Hosts:Yaser Tabbara and Ahmed Rehab
Topic: The future of Afghanistan
Guests:Cherif Bassiouni, professor of law and president, International Human Rights Law Institute
Zulmay Guzlad, professor of economics and political science at Harold Washington College -listen

November 26, 2004:
Host:Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: Addressing Consequences of Recidivism and Incarceration Rates in Minority Communities
Guests:Imam Zaid Shakir, teacher at the Zaytuna Institute
Rev. Patricia Watkins,founding director of the TARGET Area Development Corporation -listen

November 25, 2004:
Host:Frederick Al-Deen
Topic:Giving Gratitude -listen

November 24, 2004:
Host:Imran Husain
Topic:Muslim Youth in Public Schools
Guests:Edmond Arroyo, school social worker for Hinsdale South High School
Tahanee Hasan
Yvonne Ryzewski
Tariq Weaver
Amy Totch, organizer for Young Adult Sponsors -listen

November 23, 2004:
Host:Kamran Memon
Interview with Jewish Council on Urban Affairs
Guests:Guy Izhak Austrian,director of JCUA Jewish-Muslim community building initiative
Noah Leavitt Esq. JCUA director of policy and advocacy
Seema Iman, professor, and board member for the Muslim Civil Rights Center -listen

November 22, 2004:
Host:Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: Foster Care and Child Welfare
Guests: Siamak Kargar, foster parent
Addie Hudson, associate deputy director of external affairs with DCFS -listen

November 21, 2004:
Hosts:Samira Said and Dawud Wharnsby Ali
Topic: Arts Evening,a discussion with Singer, Song Writer Irfan Makki and commentary on the animated film, "Mohamed, the Last Prophet"
Guest: Irfan Makki, singer, song writer -listen

November 20, 2004:
Hosts:Yaser Tabbara and Ahmed Rehab
Guest: Fadi Farhan, CAIR Chicago Director of Governmental Affairs -listen

November 19, 2004:
Host:Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: The Legacy of Timbuktu
Guests: Okolo Rashid,co-chair of International Museum of Muslim Cultures
Imad Al-Turk, executive director of International Museum of Muslim Cultures
Misbahu Din Ahmed-Rufai, professor of history at Harold Washington College -listen

November 18, 2004:
Host:Humaira Basith
Topic: What does your cow eat?
Guests: Mazhar Hussaini,Halal food expert and co-founder of Islamic Food and Nutrition Council of America
Shireen Pishdadi, outreach coordinator for Faith in Place
Clare Butterfield, director of Faith in Place
Dr. Adnan Aldayel, president Dakota Halal Inc. -listen

November 17, 2004:
Host:Imran Husain
Topic: A look at the tragic death of Margaret Hassan and the direction of American foreign policy
Guest: Norman Finkelstein, author and professor of Political Science at Depaul University -listen

November 16, 2004:
Host:Yaser Tabbara and Ahmed Rehab
Topic: A look at Falluja, a human rights and international law perspective
Guests: Mohamed Abdul Aziz Ibrahim, judge from the Ministry of Justice in Egypt and Doctoral Candidate at North Western University
Joe Stork, Washington director of the Middle East and North African division of the Human Rights Watch -listen

November 15, 2004:
Host:Frederick Al-Deen
Topic:The Evangelical Political Influence
Guest: Samuel Naaman, professor of Missions and Evangelicalism at the Chicago based Moody Bible Institute and director of the South Asia Friendship Center -listen

November 14, 2004:
Host:Dawud Wharnsby Ali
Eid Arts Evening Special -listen

November 13, 2004:
Host:Dawud Wharnsby Ali
Eid Arts Evening Special -listen

November 12, 2004:
Host:Ayesha Mustafaa
Guests:Geneive Abdo, writer and journalist
Abdul Malik Mujahid, president of Sound Vision
Topic:The Portrayl of Muslims in the Media -listen

November 11, 2004:
Host:Humaira Basith
Guests:Professor of Sociology at UIC, Louise Cainkar
Political Commentater and Writer, Ali Abunimah
Topic: A look back on the life of Yasir Arafat -listen

November 10, 2004:
Hosts:Samira Said and Imran Husain
Topic: Eid Around the World -listen

November 9, 2004:
Host:Kamran Memon
Topic: Muslims and Amnesty International
Guest: Sadida Ahmed, member of Amnesty International's Interfaith Network Steering Committee -listen


November 8, 2004:
Host:Frederick Al-Deen
Guest:Rami Nashashibi, co-founder of the Inner City Muslim Action Network-listen

November 7, 2004:
Host: Jenan Diab
Topic:The art and progression of the "Nasheed," Islamic Song
Guest: Dawud Wharnsby Ali -listen

November 6, 2004:
Host:Yaser Tabara and Ahmed Rehab
Guests: Fadi Farhan, CAIR Chicago director of Governmental Affairs
Mohamed Ali Hassan, president of Muslims for Bush -listen

November 5, 2004:
Host:Altaf Kaiseruddin
Topic: How to stay politically active after elections
Guests: Adelberto Madrigal, Day Labor Rights Organizer
Jeff Bartow, Executive Director of The Southwest Organizing Project
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November 4, 2004:
Host:Humaira Basith
Guests: Aminah McCloud, professor of Islamic Studies at Depaul University
Charles Strain, associate vice President of Academic Affairs at Depaul University
Muqtader Khan,professor of political science at Adrian College -listen

November 3, 2004:
Host:Imran Husain
Guests: Aminah McCloud, professor of Islamic Studies at Depaul Univesity
Abdul Malik Mujahid, president of Sound Vision -listen

November 2, 2004:
Host:Kamran Memon
Topic: Your Election Day Experience -listen

November 1, 2004:
Host:Frederick Al-Deen
Guests: Kathy Kelly, peace activist and founder of Voices in the Wilderness
Bill Perez, Hispanic coordinator for the Chicago Election Commission -listen

October 31, 2004:
Host:Dawud Wharnsby Ali
Guest: Abdul Malik Mujahid
Topic: Director, Producer Moustapha Akkad's films The Message and Halloween -listen

October 30, 2004:
Hosts:Ahmed Rehab and Yaser Tabbara
Guest: Maria Valdez, an attorney with the Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund -listen

October 29, 2004:
Host:Ayesha Mustafaa
Guests:Agha Saeed,AMA President, Frederick Al-Deen -listen

October 28, 2004
Host: Humaira Basith
Guest: Michael McConnell, Chicago Regional Director of the American Friends Service Committee -listen

October 27:
Host: Samira Said
Topic: Women on Stage
Guests:Amani Suliman, Zaineb Khan, and Fatima Khan, writers and actors in the play, "My Big Fat Arab-Indian Wedding
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October 26:
Host: Kamran Memon
Topic:The Patriot Act
Guest:Ed Yonka, communications director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Illinois Listen

October 25:
Host: Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: Journalism Ethics
Guest: Carol Marin, the "ethical journalist" Listen

October 24:
Host: Dawud Wharnsby Ali
Topic:Young Muslims Involvement in the Arts and the Cross over into the Mainstream
Guests: Saad Ahmed, independent film maker and medical student
Members of Native Deen, Joshua Salam and Naeem Muhammad Listen

October 23:
Hosts: Ahmed Rehab and Yaser Tabbara
Topic: Defining Frequently Misused Islamic Terms in the Media Listen

October 22:
Host: Ayesha Mustafaa
Topic: The State of Children in the U.S.
Guest: Marian Edelman, founder and president of the Children's Defense Fund
Edelman's organization coined the term "Leave No Child Behind." Listen

October 21:
Host: Humaira Basith
Topic: Spirituality in the Prison System
Guest: Jamil Kaba, Jail Outreach Coordinator for the Inner City Muslim Action Network Listen

October 20:
Host: Samira Said
Topic:The Context of Violence in Religious Scriptures
Guests: Rev. Larry Greenfield, Theologian in Residence at the Protestants for the Common Good
Rabbi Arthur Waskow, National Director of the Shalom Center
Jamal Badawi, Author and Director of the Islamic Information Center in Halifax,Canada Listen

October 19: Host:Kamran Memon
Topic:Homeless in Chicago
Guests:Ed Shurna, Executive Director for the Chicago Coalition for the Homeless
Larry Hamilton,Coordinator for the Chicago Coalition for the Homeless -Listen

October 18:
Host:Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: Social Services of Hamdard Center
Guest: Dr. Farzanna Hamed. Executive Director of Hamdard Center -Listen

October 17, 2004
Host:Dawud Wharnsby Ali
Topic: Sunday Evening Arts Show
Guests: Roxanna Khan, Author and Story Teller-Listen

October 16, 2004
Hosts:Yaser Tabbara and Ahmed Rehab
Topic: Addressing Misconceptions and Misinformation about Islam and Muslims -listen

October 15, 2004
Host:Ayesha Mustafaa
Guest:Bob Forney, CEO of America's Second Harvest
Maurice Weaver, Faith-Based Manager of America's Second Harvest -listen

October 14, 2004
Host:Humaira Basith
Topic: 2004 Presidential Elections
Guest:Mehrdad Azemum, senior organizer of the Illinois Coaliton for Immigrant and Refugee Rights -listen

October 13: Listen
- Former Congressman, David Bonior and Frederick Al-Deen along with Sayeed Khan
Host: Samira Said

October 12: Racial Profiling - Listen
- ROBERT SHULZ, OF THE MIDWEST OFFICE OF AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL USA.
Host: Kamran Memon

October 11, 2004
Host:Frederick Al-Deen
Topic: The Art of Mutli-Tasking Guests:Sammer Ghouleh, Author and Founder of Spirit Magazine
Tevelee Okee-Chee-Gudino, Our World, One World
-listen

October 10:Muslims contributions to professional sports - listen
Luqman Rashad from MPAC who also is the Middle School Basketball Coach at Universal School in Bridgeview, IL. along with Ali Husain, baseball pitcher for the University of Michigan
Host: Imran Husain

October 9: Preventing Breast Cancer - listen
-Dr. Nasreen Ansari, Dr. Luma Ghalid; Amina Saeed and others
Host: Janaan Hashim

October 7: How to save American and Iraqi lives - listen
-Arun Gandhi (Grandson of Gandhi) and Kathy Kelly (Voices in the Wilderness)
Host: Humaira Basith

October 8: Comparing Rwanda to Darfur - listen
Shaikh Saleh (Mufti of Rwanda under whose leadership Muslims saved lived during Rwanda genocide); and others
Host: Ayesha Mustafa

October 6: Why Hollywood is so nice to Muslims? - listen
Jack Shaheen (Author of Reel Bad Arab), Dawud Wharnsby Ali (Fahrenheit 911’s anti-Islamic undertones), ; Preacher Moss of Allah Made Me Funny.
Host: Samira Said

October 5: What parents can do to make TV healthier for their children - listen
- Lara Mahaney: Director External Affairs (Representative from the Parents Television Council); Suzy Schulz (Editor: Chicago Parent)
Host: Kamran Memon

October 4: Does Muslim Vote count?- listen
- Agha Saeed, President AMT; Sayeed Khan, Ali Khan (Executive Director AMC)
Host: Fredrick Thafiruddin

October 3: Is Allah and God two different entities? - listen
Dr. Muzammil Siddiqui former president of ISNA, Dr. Calvin Morris community renewal society; Scott Alexander is Associate Professor of Islam and the
Director of the Catholic-Muslim Studies Program at Catholic Theological Union in Chicago.
Host: Altaf Kaiseruddin

October 2: Homeland security and Tariq Ramadan - listen
-Tariq Ramadan Imam Rashied Omer Prof. At the Croc Institute for Peace studies at the University of Notredam and a Trustee of the World Parliament of Religion;
Jessica Tannenbaum, president of the Jewish Law Students' Society at Notre Dame University in Notre Dame, Indiana
Azhar Usman: Allah Made Me Funny tour
Host: Yaser Tabbara & Ahmed Rehab

October 1: Muslim, media, and “Allah Made Me Funny” tour - listen
-Introduction to Radio Islam: Abdul Malik Mujahid, Dr. Aminah McCloud, Representative from FAIR (Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting): Steve Rendall: Senior Analyst AND co-host of CounterSpin
-Comedy focus: Preacher ten minute discussion and discuss their upcoming presentation in Chicago, which is part of the tour entitled “Allah Made Me Funny”
Host: Altaf Kaiseruddin

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