9/11: Irwin Kula Talks about the anniversary on the Capitol Pressroom September 13, 2011

Irwin Kula joins Ralph Singh of the Wisdom Thinkers Network to discuss how we can reclaim the feeling of unity post-9/11, on The Capitol Pressroom.Scroll to 38:22, on 9/9/11.


From The Capitol Pressroom, on WCNY, Syracuse Public Radio.

Should Mel Gibson really be making a movie about Jews? Irwin Kula Responds. September 13, 2011

“...I think there is an element here, even if it’s subconscious, of wanting to show people (he is) not an anti-Semite. ... If we can give (Gibson) the benefit of the doubt here it would probably be to our credit and be a healing moment across the board.”


By Piet Levy from the Religion News Service, 9/12/11

Also appeared in The Washington Post, 9/13/11

The state of religious tolerance since 9/11 September 12, 2011

Rabbi Irwin Kula spoke with Russ Mitchell and Rebecca Jarvis of the CBS Early Show at Ground Zero for the anniversary of 9/11. Joining interfaith leaders, he said that we needed to move from "moral outrage to moral repair..." View...

CBS Early Show, 9/10/11

Brad Hirschfield on Interfaith panel – promoting unity between people of different creeds September 12, 2011

Brad Hirschfield joins Airtalk host Larry Mantle to look at "where was God" on 9/11.


From Airtalk on KPCC,Southern California Public Radio,

Rabbi Irwin Kula on What have We Learned Since 9/11? September 12, 2011

Rabbi Irwin Kula looks at 9/11, where have we been and where are we going, with Rev. Welton Gaddy.
State of Belief, Air America, 9/10/11

Is God A Christian? September 12, 2011

"R. Kirby Godsey’s new book, Is God A Christian?, challenges what the author describes as the commonly held belief among many religious people that the God in whom they believe is “one of them”..."

From Windows & Doors, Brad Hirschfield’s daily blog on Beliefnet

Did Religion Cause 9/11? September 9, 2011

"...My short answer: be honest -- religion drove those planes into the building. It's painful to say, especially for a person of faith, but it is we who need to say it most..."


From Brad Hirschfield’s blog on The Huffington Post

Brad Hirschfield on banning clergy from official 9/11 events and more... September 7, 2011

Brad Hirschfield talks with Lars Larson about Mayor Bloomberg banning clergy from official 9/11 events, and Teamster President Jimmy Hoffa’s colorful remarks about the Tea Party.


From the Lars Larson Show syndicated by Compass Media Networks,

Faith and Doubt at Ground Zero September 7, 2011

On September 7, in honor of the tenth anniversary of 9/11, PBS will rebroadcast Frontline producer Helen Whitney’s moving documentary, “Faith and Doubt at Ground Zero.” The film explores whether, and in what ways, Americans’ spiritual lives may have changed, and features Rabbis Irwin Kula and Brad Hirschfield. Check local listings.


Join Rabbi Brad Hirschfield for a Live Q & A about the documentary on Sept. 8, from 1-2 pm ET. He'll discuss the impact of 9/11 and his experience of the film ten years later. Click here or go to the film's website.

Irwin Kula on Dispute Over Muslim Headgear at Amusement Park September 6, 2011

Irwin Kula joined Fox News.com's "Spirited Debate," to look at America's culture clash over headgear at an amusement park. View...

FoxNews.com LIVE, 9/02/11

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