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Coconut Creek, FL – In the wake of 9/11, the rising tide of xenophobia has prevented meaningful collaboration between the West and the Middle East. And yet they remain willing partners; they want to experience western innovations and technology and see their communities grow and flourish.
Orit Murad Rehany has dedicated her life to educating audiences on Middle East culture. Rehany is the author of the forthcoming A River of Tears, The River of Hope: The Saga of Two Torah Scrolls, the story of a thriving community that had lived peacefully for nearly 3,000 years until the political upheaval of World War II. The book chronicles her family’s journey from Iraq to Israel in the early 1950s.
“Me and the book are one and the same,” says Rehany. “We went from a wealthy household to a transition camp, but we had to put that in the past to reach our goals and we did. The book focuses on the stories of people who can offer us great wisdom from their life experiences.”
In 1951, Rehany and her family were granted permission to leave Iraq as refugees, forsaking all their possessions and assets. Complicating matters further, a month before their departure for Israel, Rehany’s father passed away. Along her journey, Rehany was forced to absorb new cultures, new languages. Her family was finally able to settle in Montreal and remained there for thirty years until upheaval in Quebec inspired Rehany to move to the US.
“I wrote this book to help people erase their negativity and overcome the things that are holding them back from reaching their dreams,” says Rehany. “From all my experiences I feel I can really help people. This is what I must do.”
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Isaiah 6:1-7:6; 9:5-6
Exodus 18:1 | Jethro's Advice
Exodus 19:1 | The Israelites Reach Mount Sinai
Exodus 19:9 | The People Consecrated
Exodus 20:1 | The Ten Commandments
Exodus 20:22 | The Law concerning the Altar
1st Hour: Imam Shakur Adul-Rahim interviews Boxing Promoter Murad Muhammad and the implementation of Al Qur'an and Sunnah.
2nd & 3rd Hour: Radio Host Bro. KARIM ABDUL RAHIM ,Bro. YAQUB ISLAM and SISTER SALEEMAH HADI discuss topics of concern from a Al-Islamic prospect regarding education, nature community life and other issues from the Bronx, Manhattan, Binghamton NY
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Two worlds. Two identities and the ever-present, very real risk of death.
That was the life of Morten Storm, a radical Islamist turned double agent, who's now lifting the lid on some of the world's best-kept secrets.
His life is the stuff of spy novels, and he talks about it in his book: "Agent Storm: My Life Inside al Qaeda and the CIA," co-authored by CNN terrorism analyst Paul Cruickshank and Tim Lister. Both men are CNN contributors.
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The Best Ever You Show is proud to welcome Joan Lunden to the show!
Joan Lunden helped millions of Americans greet each day as host of ABC-TV’s Good Morning America for almost two decades. As the longest-running host ever on early morning television she reported from 26 countries, covered 5 presidents, 5 Olympics, and 3 Royal weddings and has continued to be a reassuring and informative presence in American homes for over 30 years. Joan is an award-winning journalist, best-selling author, and a successful entrepreneur.
As a health and wellness advocate Joan is the face of America’s largest senior referral service, A Place for Mom, she founded and runs a women's wellness retreat, Camp Reveille, has her own Resurgence skincare line by the popular Murad skincare, and she has a line of healthy sleep solutions called Awaken by Joan Lunden which she will be selling on QVC this Sunday! QVC will be featuring Joan’s Awaken Sleep Solutions line during a full hour show on May 18th from 5:00 – 6:00 PM.
In her spare time she is a mother of 7 including two sets of twins 9 and 11!
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A conversation about the intersection between theatre, spiritualityand ritual as HiC is joined by this month's (r)Evolutionary guest, MAJD MURAD-AL-SHAIKH, actor, director, writer, maskmaker.
Born in into a Chaldean (Catholic) family in Baghdad, Iraq, Majd's earliest memories are of the Gulf War before his family fled in secret to Jordan and then made their way to the United States. His sophomore year in high school, he came out as gay, but didn't tell his parents because his brother threatened to kill him (an « honour killing ») if he did. While majoring in theatre at UC Riverside (California), his parents put a « Yes on Prop 8 » sign on their lawn, prompting him to come out to them, even as his brother once again threatened his life. Fear caused him to escape into sex, and while still in his early 20's, a man he trusted intentionally gave him HIV. Subsequent health complications caused him to drop out of a professional training program in theatre and move to LA.
Majd wrote a one man show, Blood Fruit, about his story of coming out to his family. The show was well received and got accepted into the Best of the Hollywood Fringe festival. He returned to school and completed his theatre degree, graduating in 2013. He then moved to SF where he currently resides, working in theatre and preparing to bring Blood Fruit to the stage once again. The late Eddy Gutierrez became a friend, mentor and « brother » to Majd, supporting him in his coming out process and helping him get in touch with his spiritual side, eventually initiating him into the Unnamed Path, a shamanic path for men-who-love-men that Eddy founded.
MTG kicks off the show with Tuffet Schmelzle to chat about the recent Thanksgiving holiday, Time.com’s article on “You Can’t Be Fat and Fit”, a Nigerian man who survived 3 days 100 feet underwater in the Atlantic ocean, and the untimely death of “Fast and Furious” movie star, Paul Walker. Then it’s time once again for “WORD UP!” - a word/mind association game where MTG says a word, name or phrase and our “OH MTG!” sidekick, Tuffet has to say the first thing that comes to her brilliant, colorful mind. And this week’s “Shitz & Giggles (Or Crap That Makes You Laugh)” is one to really make you shake your head, “California Woman Rescued After Getting Stuck Between Buildings.”
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Kalei Kekuna is originally from Hawaii, but has since lived and traveled all over the world. Her experience includes spans companies like MTV, Proactiv, Murad, and others. Kalei has lived a bi-coastal life, working in both New York City and California throughout her career. In 2013, Kalei launched her own marketing consulting company, Lovely Marketing Group, and is a full time student at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. She recently joined the Board of the nonprofit organization Impact Giving, a women’s collective giving fund, and is an active member of the Junior League of Orange County and her church.
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