Jihad Turk

Jihad Turk

Bayan Claremont Islamic Graduate School

Guest

Imam Jihad Turk is President of Bayan Claremont, a graduate school designed to educate Muslim scholars and religious leaders. He is a former director of religious affairs at the Islamic Center of Southern California.

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