The Real Revolution: a radio program about the real Islam


Originally published in Hartford

HartfordFAVS contributor Zahir Muhammad Mannan invites listeners to tune into a weekly live radio program to learn about the real Islam.

”The program discusses hot topics from around the globe and engages listeners from diverse backgrounds and faiths,” Mannan said.

The Real Revolution airs every Friday night, (tonight Feb. 8) on WLIE 540 AM at 7 p.m. for Long Island and Connecticut listeners wanting to learn about fascinating verses of the Holy Quran and delve into their real meanings and how they apply today.

Mannan said the aim of the program is to broadcast the true teachings of Islam and remove any misconceptions about the religion, especially among American youth. 

“Some listeners call in to share their unique perspectives and input on intriguing topics, while others call in with stimulating questions. You can do both,” he said.

Listeners can tune in on the radio or through the internet at . Everyone is encouraged to speak out about their concerns on Islam by calling 631-955-5400.

You can follow the Real Revolution on Facebook and Twitter

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Zahir Muhammad Mannan

Zahir Mannan is the Head Teacher and Administrative Associate at the Early Learning Program, Inc. at Central Connecticut State University, and a previous Associate Research Scientist at Yale University School of Medicine. He leads a weekly Holy Quran study group at Baitul Aman "House of Peace" Mosque in Meriden, CT, where he also teaches an advanced Holy Quran class for Tahir Academy. He has served the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in diverse capacities including national follow-up coordinator for 1-800-WHY-ISLAM, local Youth President, local Interfaith Outreach Director, local Holy Quran Education and Temporary Devotion Director, and local Youth Publication Director.

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