Friends in Faith: Imam Senad Agic – Sufism & Ramadan


Imam Senad Agic, founder and former head Imam of the Bosniak Muslim Community of America will join us for an intimate roundtable discussion on Sufism & Ramadan.

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Non-Members: $10

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Thursday, July 2nd, 2015
11:30am – 1:00pm

Lunch will be served.

205 North Michigan Avenue, Suite 4240
Chicago, IL, US, 60601

Dr. Senad Agic is the American Islamic Center Imam and author and editor of several books, interviews on the Qur’an, Religion and Violance in Bosnia and September 11 and Struggle for the Soul of Islam. Imam Agic discussed peace and conflict within and among religions on “National Public Radio,” “Voice of America”, “Radio Free Europe” and “Islam Radio” (Chicago’s First Daily Muslim Talk Show).

Imam Agic is founder and former Head Imam of Islamic Community of North-American Bosnians, member of the Executive Committee of The Council of Islamic Organizations of Greater Chicago (CIOGC), former President of Northbrook Clergy Association and former professor of Islamic Studies at GTF and Cloverdale College.

His current interests focus on traditional moderate Islam which shuns extremism and religious animosity in favor of coexistence, mutual respect and cooperation.


Ph.D. (Graduate Theological Foundation)
D.Min. (Graduate Theological Foundation)
M.A. (University of Sarajevo)
B.A. (University of Sarajevo)

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