From an interview conducted in 2007 by Amer Haidar. I have interviewed a non-traditional leader in my community; his name is Wissam Charafeddine, currently chairman of IRSHAD, a non-profit religious organization. He has dedicated the last ten years of his life to non-profit voluntary work that benefits the youth in the Metro Detroit Muslim communityContinue reading “An Interview with Me About Leadership in 2007”
Islam Yakout Mohamed Mursi One of the names that I will never forget. My brother from a different mother. A dark-skinned Alexandrian boy from Egypt with an amazing sense of humor, as it is common among Egyptians. Islam had no siblings, and I was his best friend. His family treated him like I am his brother. Continue reading “Memoir Part 6: Islam, hanan, and Death of Ayman”
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We woke up in this last morning, went to grab coffee and a sandwich from the Italian Fountain Cafe at Hyde Park next to us, and came back to the hotel room to check out and depart. I am taking the Heathrow express from the Paddington Station, and Walid is taking a bus to VictoriaContinue reading “London Day 8: Bye Bye London – Detroit Airport – Reflections”