Muqtedar Khan

Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution

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Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institute and Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Delaware, his books include American Muslims: Bridging Faith and Freedom and Islamic Democratic Discourse

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

Muslims in America

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

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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.

The Hajj and Muslims in America

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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