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Saturday, March 17 • 3:15pm - 4:15pm
Qu’ran and Torah: Closer than You Think

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The Holy Books of Islam and Judaism have many elements in common. There are similarities of which most people are aware, such as belief in one G-d.  But what about how Judaism and Islam view women?  Do they have any mutual beliefs in the afterlife or the Day of Judgment? This session explores the common threads using the Holy Books and sacred writings of both to frame the discussion.  The presenters are members of a small group of Muslims, Jews, and Christians who meet weekly to read the Qu’ran and draw on it to explore the beliefs of their respective religions. Time will be allowed for audience discussion after the presentation.

Speakers
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Lou Furman

Lou Furman is a mediator and Restorative Practitioner who works with youth, law enforcement, and communities.  He is a member of Chabad Uptown.  He is passionate about small group, intimate interfaith learning communities.  Lou is particularly sensitive to the repression that Jews... Read More →
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Osman Kazan

Osman Kazan has been a faculty member in the A.B. Freeman School of Business at Tulane since 2013. Previously, he worked in information technology companies for 12 years. His area of expertise is in business analytics and operations management; he also teaches advanced spreadsheet... Read More →
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Fuat Ozdogan

Fuat Ozdogan is a finance professional with more than ten years' work experience in Turkey. He specializes in fixed income trading, treasury management, corporate finance, and financial analysis. He is currently studying for his master’s degree in energy finance at Tulane University... Read More →


Saturday March 17, 2018 3:15pm - 4:15pm
Lake Library, Gates of Prayer Lake Library, Gates of Prayer