Iraqi cleric spreads Islam in the US

Twair, Pat McDonnell
December 2002
Middle East;Dec2002, Issue 329, p62
Focuses on efforts of Iraqi cleric Sayed Al Qazwini in spreading Islam in the U.S. Family background of Sayed Al Qazwini; Reason why he had to shift to the U.S.; Educational background of the cleric; Places where he has opened mosques in the U.S.; Qazwini's role in American films made on Islamic issues.


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