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Code Name Madeleine: A Sufi Spy in Nazi-Occupied Paris. Publisher: W.W. Norton. Book cover.
Code Name Madeleine: A Sufi Spy in Nazi-Occupied Paris - A conversation on courage and compassion with author Arthur Magida
Noor Inayat Khan’s courage, faith, and adherence to truth are much needed in our own chaotic and turbulent age. Noor’s father brought Sufism (Islamic mysticism) to the West in 1910. While serving as a secret agent for the British in France during World War Two, Noor – poet, musician and author – never strayed from Sufi teachings of love, service and forgiveness. For ten months, she organized cells, invigorated the Resistance, sent messages to London indispensable for D-Day, all while constantly on the run from the Gestapo. Arthur Magida - author of Code Name Madeleine, the Pultizer Prize-nominated new biography of Noor - will discuss how we can harness Noor’s strengths and unique qualities for the greater good today.

Dec 13, 2020 04:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Arthur Magida
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Arthur J. Magida, the author of Code Name Madeleine, resides in Baltimore and graduated from Marlboro College. An award-winning journalist, his books include The Nazi Séance, The Rabbi and the Hit Man, and Prophet of Rage. Formerly a professor at Georgetown University and the University of Baltimore, he has been senior editor of the Baltimore Jewish Times, a consultant for several PBS documentaries and to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, a contributing correspondent to PBS's "Religion & Ethics Newsweekly," editorial director of Jewish Lights Publishing. His writing has appeared in Newsweek, The Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, The Houston Chronicle, The Baltimore Sun, Travel & Leisure, The Jerusalem Report, Tikkun and the Boston Globe, Geo, Islands and Historic Preservation magazines. Magida is a Marlboro College Alumnus with masters' degrees from Georgetown and California School of Professional Psychology.