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White House’s Monteiro, veteran honorees, help conclude The Mosque Cares 2011 Annual Muslim Convention

September 5th · 3 Comments · Imam W. Deen Mohammed, Islam, Muslim

Imam Talib Shareef (L) of Washington, D.C.'s Masjid Muhammad, a retired U.S. Air Force veteran, with Paul Monteiro of the White House Office of Public Engagement, and Imam Earl El-Amin of the Muslim Community Cultural Center of Baltimore. Monteiro spoke during the banquet and public address at The Mosque Cares' 2011 Annual Muslim Convention in Tinsley Park, IL. (Also see previous post.)

Three generations of Muslim Americans: Imam Benjamin Shabazz (L) of the Seattle, WA Al Islam Center with his son and grandson during the Father/Son Breakfast.

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Nur-Deen-Haj (L) and Osie-Sheik Muhammad (Muslim American pioneers also featured in the previous post) were among the dozens of U.S. military veterans honored during the 2011 Annual Muslim Convention hosted by The Mosque Cares, Ministry of Imam W. Deen Mohammed.

— C.B. Hanif

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