Jesus and Virgin Mary in Islam (Interfaith Dialogue by Noor Saadeh)

"Noor Saadeh is the co-founder and co-creator of Noorart [The largest provider for Islamic and Arabic educational materials in North America]. Formerly, she held a prestigious position as a classical musician, performing at the height of the classical music scene in New York and abroad. After becoming Muslim, she channeled her energies and talent toward working with children in Islamic schools throughout the US. She put her artistic background to good use, lively narrating Qur'anic stories and Islamizing popular children's songs in addition to writing her own. Noor's professional abilities coupled with her enthusiasm and sincerity for Islam quickly captured the hearts of Muslim children.. Noor Saadeh is also a member of Muslimah Writers Alliance. In the following clips, she discusses the role of Jesus and Mary in Islam. "

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