Khaled Abou El Fadl and Harold M. Schulweis — Religion and Our World in Crisis
June 9, 2005

In this personal exchange between a Jewish rabbi and Islamic scholar, host Krista Tippett explores the integrity of religious faith and openness to the faiths of others. In a world in which religious experience is implicated in violence, two thinkers discuss how it is possible to love their own traditions and honor those of others.

This program was recorded live at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles in June 2003.



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Left: An Afghan boy reads the Holy Qur'an with a teacher at a mosque in Kabul.
(Photo: SHAH MARAI/AFP/Getty Images)

Right: A Tunisian rabbi reads the Torah at a synagogue in Djerba.
(Photo: FETHI BELAID/AFP/Getty Images)


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is Professor of Law at UCLA, and author of Tolerant Islam.

is senior rabbi of Valley Beth Shalom and founder of the Jewish Foundation for Rescuers.

Production Credits

Host/Producer: Krista Tippett

Executive Producer: Bill Buzenberg

Program Coordinator: Jody Abramson

Senior Producer: Kate Moos

Technical Producer: Mitch Hanley

Associate Producer: Colleen Scheck

Web Producer: Trent Gilliss