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Common Word, Common Lord

Common Word, Common Lord

About Hesham A. Hassaballa

Hesham A. Hassaballa is a Chicago doctor and writer. He has written extensively on a freelance basis, being published in newspapers across the country and around the world. He has been a Beliefnet columnist since 2001, and he also has a column in The Muslim Observer. Dr. Hassaballa has written for the Religion News Service, and his articles have been distributed worldwide by Agence Global. For a time, he guest blogged for The Chicago Tribune and has published a local Chicago blog, “A Faithful Word” at ChicagoNow. In addition, Dr. Hassaballa has appeared as a guest on WTTW (Channel 11)in Chicago, CNN, Fox News, BBC, and National Public Radio.

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Dr. Hassaballa is co-author of The Beliefnet Guide to Islam (Doubleday), and his essay, “Why I Love the Ten Commandments,” was published in the award-winning book Taking Back Islam (Rodale). His book, Noble Brother, is the story of the Prophet Muhammad told entirely in poetry. It is now published in its second edition. Dr. Hassaballa’s first work of Fiction, Code Blue , is now available worldwide by Faithful Word Press.

In 2007, this blog was nominated for a Brass Crescent Award for a blog that is “the most stimulating, insightful, and philosophical, providing the best rebuttals to extremist ideology and making an impact whenever they post.” God, Faith, and a Pen has also received an award for being one of the Top Muslim Blogs for 2010 by Awarding The Web .

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In addition to writing, Dr. Hassaballa helped found the Chicago Chapter of the Council on American Islamic Relations and currently serves on their board of directors. He also co-founded the Bayan Hassaballa Foundation and has served as its Executive Director. He is now the Foundation’s Treasurer.

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Previous Posts

"Shining Bright" in God's Love
In the Name of God: The Eternally and Everlastingly Loving and Caring There are many times that the songs I may happen to hear will cause me to frown. So much of popular music today is comprised of lyrics that are questionable (at the ...

posted 8:20:25pm Aug. 26, 2015 | read full post »

Here, Here Harry J. Bentham!
In the Name of God: The Extremely, Eternally, and Everlastingly Loving and Caring It was so refreshing to read Harry J. Bentham's post, "Islam is part of the West now, live with it." I will let Mr. Bentham speak for himself: One type of ...

posted 8:00:03pm Aug. 03, 2015 | read full post »

My Friend The Hero
In the Name of God: The Extremely, Eternally, and Everlastingly Loving and Caring A woman in Chicago was pulled from her burning car by a Good Samaritan who stopped to help. He saved her life. That Good Samaritan was my very good ...

posted 12:24:24pm Aug. 01, 2015 | read full post »

Getting To Know Your True Self During Ramadan
In the Name of God: The Extremely, Eternally, and Everlastingly Loving and Caring In a famous saying of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh), it is said that the Devil and his minions are chained during the month of Ramadan, which is almost half way ...

posted 11:59:13am Jun. 30, 2015 | read full post »

Andy Grammer's "Honey, I'm Good": A Refreshing Message of Fidelity
In the Name of God: The Extremely, Eternally, and Everlastingly Loving and Caring My daughter first told me about the song, and I really had no idea what she was talking about. But, I had a chance to listen to the song on a long drive back ...

posted 11:56:45am May. 30, 2015 | read full post »

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