Imam Musa recently appeared as an audience member in "The Link," a Press TV series which brings together audiences in the U.S. and UK, along with chosen commentators, to generate lively discussion on topics of contemporary relevance. (You may remember that Imam Musa's challenge to Daniel Pipes a few months ago took place on the same program.) This episode's theme is a look at the events of 9/11 and their lasting effects in the world today. Imam Musa speaks first. Check it out:
The Impact of 9/11 on the World
Just after 'Eid, Imam Musa also appeared on RT America, an international news channel, to discuss the Qur'an burning. In addition to what is said here, Imam Musa has made note of the fact that the Qur'an burning issue gave officials of the U.S. government--demonstrated oppressors and killers of Muslims--an opportunity to sound as if they are true champions of compassion, fair treatment, and humanitarian leanings. Yeah, right!
Finally, for those want to hear about what came of Imam Musa's visit with the FBI:
(On the above video, the volume will have to be turned up about halfway through.)