Dr. Hassaballa on Chicago Tonight TV Program


In the Name of God, the Subtle, the Loving

Thank God, I was blessed to appear on the program “Chicago Tonight,” on WTTW here in Chicago on September 8. It was about Muslim and Arab American experiences since 9/11.

11 thoughts on “Dr. Hassaballa on Chicago Tonight TV Program

  1. Nice interview…were you a slight bit nervous? As for the covering of the head, nuns cover their heads and many Catholic women still cover their heads when going to mass.The other day I was watching LINK TV about young kids from different Arab and Middle Eastern countries who came to the U.S. as exchange students–and knew everything about Americans and other nationalities. They were surprised and some even offended in discovering American kids their age were clueless as to what continents countries were located on or how people from other countries live, customs, etc.barbara

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