Promises for Stronger Muslim Political Participation at the AMC's 8th Annual Convention
PROMISES FOR STRONGER MUSLIM POLITICAL PARTICIPATION AT THE AMC'S 8TH ANNUAL CONVENTION
On May 6, 1999 the American Muslim Council launched its 8th annual convention at the Cannon House Office Building in Washington, DC, where lobbying sessions were held with several AMC activists and congressional experts and assistants. In a briefing for the lobbying session, Randa Fahmy, counselor for Senator Spencer Abraham (R-MI); Suhail Khan, press secretary of Congressman Tom Campbell (R-CA); Leah Khaghani, staff assistant to Congressman David Bonior (D-MI); Kamal Nawash, legal adviser to the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC); and Kosovo …
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Publication information: Article title: Promises for Stronger Muslim Political Participation at the AMC's 8th Annual Convention. Contributors: Not available. Magazine title: Washington Report on Middle East Affairs. Volume: XIII. Issue: 5 Publication date: August 31, 1999. Page number: 104. © Not available. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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