Nearly three years ago, Army psychiatrist Nidal Hasan killed 13 people and wounded 32 in the horrific massacre at Ft. Hood, Texas. The tragedy provided ample fodder for the voices committed to condemning all Muslims as extremists bent on terrorizing the rest of us. The shootings were a heartbreaking and unfathomable event for the victims’ families, and for the Hasan’s family as well. But on this weeks’ show, you’ll hear about how in the bloody aftermath, a member of Hasan’s family stepped forward to fight this kind of violence in the future – and he’s doing it with a member of one of the victim’s families. Nader Hasan, Nawal Foundation co-founder, is on the show this week to tell his story of how a family tragedy became a call for nonviolence – it’s a story you’re going to want to hear.