I met Solomon at the coffee shop I work at when he visited Sedona with his family. They stayed for a few weeks, and he would often come in to the shop and play his guitar. After learning that he is a Muslim, we instantly started having some wonderful discussions about faith, community, and the tensions between Christianity and Islam.

Solomon is a warm and wise man – he has degrees in Hebrew and Arabic language, is committed to his family, plays a mean jazz guitar, and has genuinely submitted his will to the will of Allah. He has been thrown out of many Islamic institutions because of his passion for humanity and his criticism of institution. I do not hesitate to call him my brother.

The following film is from an interview I did with him the day he left to go back to New York with his family. Feel free to share these with others and show them in your church or other faith community.

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