Update: I'd like to be a fly on the wall at this one:
Session 3A Room 14
Islam, Pluralism and Social Harmony
America finds itself at a crossroads with a financial crisis at home and war abroad. At every critical juncture in history, social movements--from civil rights to anti-war--have brought people of all races and creeds together among common values and aspirations. This session will offer reflections on the social movement that is needed for our times, and the sacred place of love and non-violence in realizing the call for social harmony in a pluralistic society.
Speakers: Feisal Abdul Rauf, Maher Hathout, Ingrid Mattson, John Esposito, Zaid Shakir.Quite the rogue's gallery of Islamo-lefties, no? Folks who talk up "non-violence" even as they embrace Zionhass and let Hamas (another Muslim Bro offshoot) do the heavy lifting, Jewlimination-wise.
Update: John Esposito's despicable credentials; Maher Hathout's a real peach, too.
Update: Noor, a "peace-minded" group that will be entertaining conference attendees, sings a song about how fed up they are with feeling afraid all the time. Pay close attention and you'll catch a glimpse of Muhammad al-Dura and his dad being shot at by the Zionists (a modern-day blood libel that has been debunked).