Mahdi Bray

Executive Director of the Muslim American Society Freedom Foundation

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Executive Director of the Muslim American Society Freedom Foundation, which aims to expand Muslim civic involvement

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The Muslim religious tradition of  Hajj  has begun, drawing Muslims from around the world to religious sites in Mecca, Saudi Arabia.

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