Hip Hop Harmony Comes to LSE for Interfaith Week

February 24, 2009

Author: Staff Writer

Source: The Financial


A Muslim-Jewish hip hop collective are performing at LSE as part of an interfaith week which aims to bring out the common cultural links between religions.

According to LSE, the week of events is organised by the Three Faith Forum in conjunction with the Students’ Union and the LSE Chaplaincy and also includes a panel discussion on the changing landscapes of Jewish, Christian and Muslim relations.

It begins with a performance by Lines of Faith, a hip hop and poetry double act composed of Daniel Silverstein and Mohamed Yahya who fuse Islamic and Jewish words and music with jazz, blues, reggae and rap.