What's in a name?

October 1993
Scholastic Update;10/22/93, Vol. 126 Issue 4, p22
Presents famous American converts who have taken Muslim names. Cassius Clay or Muhammad Ali; Bobby Moore or Ahmad Rashad; Lew Alcindor or Kareem Abdul Jabbar; Literal meanings of adopted names.


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