Thursday, August 8, 2013

Reza Aslan's Publisher Tries to Prevent Debate on Islam

Nathan Lean from Aslan Media (Reza Aslan) follows Robert Spencer around the country trying to get him banned from speaking. Lean has succeeded on two occasions due to a failure of leadership, but his charges are bogus. He stirs up emotion and fear while painting Robert as a hate-monger. As Ave Maria Radio prepares for its Symposium Debate this weekend Nathan Lane is at it again. He attempted to intimidate Eastern Michigan University, the venue of the event, and us. He has failed. Apparently he believes the Muslims that are taking part in the debates are ill-equipped to defend their religious beliefs - and his. We do not.
Join us as we prove that difficult topics can be debated without resorting to name-calling and intimidation techniques.

Register now for the August 10 symposium. Ticket are going fast and registration WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE at the door
To register for the conference, click here or call 734.930.5201.
Conference Debates: "Is Islam a Religion of Peace?"
The Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life recently showed that 19% of U.S. Muslims said that "suicide bombing or other forms of violence against civilians in the name of Islam" could be justified. That number in Egypt is 29% and 40% in the Palestinian territories. Do these findings mock the claim that Islam is a religion of peace?

On Saturday, August 10, renowned experts on Islam from around the world come to MI discuss and debate the question, "Is Islam a Religion of Peace?" The one-day symposium will be held in the Student Center at Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti, MI

Featured debaters will be Robert Spencer, director of facing off against Shadid Lewis, regional director of the Muslim Debate Initiative in the US, on the question "Is Islam a Religion of Peace?"

Muslim columnist for the Turkish News Mustafa Akyol will debate Richard Thompson of the Thomas More Law Center on "Can Islam Support Religious Liberty?"

The Eastern Michigan University Student Center is located at 900 Oakwood Street, Ypsilanti, Michigan 48197. Registration for the symposium is $40, and includes a box lunch and free parking. Clergy and student rates are available.

Registration will begin at 8:00 a.m., and the conference will run from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. with Mass following.

To register for the conference, click here or call 734.930.5201.

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