Muslims living in America. It’s a timely, urgent topic. One that Dover Rug CEO Mahmud Jafri cares about deeply. For more than three generations, the Jafri family has been committed to serving their community, in business as well as outreach and charitable programs.
That’s why Dan Rea, host of WBZ Radio’s Nightside program, invited Mr. Jafri to a two-part interview about the Muslim experience in post-9/11 America. It’s a conversation you won’t want to miss.
Listen to the podcast of his January interview: “A Muslim Perspective”
Listen to the podcast of his March interview: “A Continuing Look at Muslims in America”
Muslims in America: The Controversy
During the 2016 Presidential election race, conservatives have been seeking supporters by focusing on radical Islamic terrorism and U.S. border patrols.
In particular, Donald Trump has proposed banning all Muslims trying to enter the country. Domestically, he advocates creating a national registry for Muslims and conducting surveillance on mosques.
Especially since the terrorist attacks in Paris, San Bernardino, and Brussels, there has been a lot of debate. Does Trump’s proposal make sense? Or is it a morally repugnant stance that preys on stereotypes and fear?
An Inside Perspective
Mr. Jafri weighs in on these issues over the course of two hours. He and Rea discuss the consequences for Muslim individuals and families who are already living and working in the U.S.