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by Anisa Mehdi
“Thank you for a wonderful presentation.
I could have listened to you for another hour.
It seemed as if you were having an intimate conversation with each of us.”
Richeleen Dashield, Dean of Multicultural Affairs,
Raritan Valley Community College
“You made important points about the role of art and
creative expression [inThose who have faith know art
cannot threaten it, Star-Ledger, September 29, 2006]. The piece is
needed both for Muslims and others. Your message seems to be
speaking to all quarters.”
David Bossman, Professor, Department
of Jewish-Christian Studies, Seton Hall University; Editor,
Biblical Theology Bulletin
“I really enjoyed the interview I had today with
Anisa Mehdi. She gives such thoughtful and clear answers. I could
talk to her over and over.”
David Lile, KFRU radio talk show host
“I was asked to name the 15-20 most influential US
Muslims who are shaping what Muslims and non-Muslim think about
Islam and Muslims and [Anisa Mehdi was] on my list.”
Tayyibah Taylor, Publisher &
Editor-in-Chief, Azizah Magazine
Did you know the late Dr. Mohammad T. Mehdi,
head of the American Arab
Relations Committee and National Council on Islamic Affairs?
How did he impress you?
How did he inspire you?
In what circumstances and when did your paths cross?
As she begins an in-depth biography of her father, Anisa Mehdi
requests your input as a source of primary research. Please send a
story about or a memory of Dr. M.T. Mehdi to "An Arab Looks at
Include your contact information for possible follow-up.