Imam Adeel Zeb makes the case that interfaith harmony rekindles the light of humanity. He argues that there are more things similar between the major religions such as Islam, Christianity and Judaism than there are differences. He argues for greater tolerance.
"Imam Adeel J. Zeb is a global educator and spiritual peacemaker. He is the Muslim Chaplain/Director of Muslim Life at Duke University. He previously served as the Muslim Chaplain/Imam at Wesleyan University, Trinity College, and American University. He is a graduate of the Master’s in Islamic Chaplaincy program at Hartford Seminary. He has holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from Baylor University as well as a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Islamic Studies from Arees University in traditional Islamic sciences. He received certification in Tajweed Qur'anic studies from the Fatih and Blue Mosque in Istanbul, Turkey. He continues to study with scholars from top religious intuitions globally. He is the Co-Founder of DEEN: The Foundation for Muslim Campus Life.
He has over 10 years of experience in Muslim-American public service. He served as a two-time congressional staffer. He has spoken internationally at Islamic centers, universities, hospitals, and Muslim conferenc
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