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Being Muslim in America by George Clack, Michael Jay Friedman

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Being Muslim in America
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Publisher: U.S. Department of State
ISBN/ASIN: B004P8JMEI
Number of pages: 36

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I am an American with a Muslim soul. My soul carries a long histor y of heroes, movements, and civilizations that sought to submit to the will of God. My soul listened as the Prophet Muhammad preached the central messages of Islam, tazaaqa and tawhid, compassionate justice and the oneness of God.

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