What happens when a dozen diverse university students -- representing the Muslim world, Europe, and the US -- gather in weekly two-hour video web conversations, discussing hot topics ranging from human rights and media bias to Iran's nuclear program? In this pioneering series, Link TV's "Real Conversations" sheds light on a unique program run by Soliya, a non-profit that brings students together to facilitate dialogue and build bridges between the West and the Arab and Muslim world.
"Real Conversations" followed the discussions of one group of students -- Soliya's Group 34 -- through all of their ten weekly meetings. These thoughtful young people ponder social, political and religious views in forthright yet respectful discussion. But more importantly, they learn more about each other, and grow wiser through the window of mutual understanding.
"REAL CONVERSATIONS" FEATURED QUESTION: Where do you want the world to be twenty years from now?