• Jun 13th, 2011

    Cynthia Wilson

    Although Fatma Ferdjani is not an American, she has taught me much about Islam just by being the warm-hearted, kind, generous person she is. I met her in Benin West Africa and again at Purdue when she was visiting her son, but we keep in daily contact on Facebook.

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  • Jun 10th, 2011

    Harun Ar-Rasheed

    I was born and raised a Muslim here in America. My current job is to help protect my fellow Americans when they use commercial airlines for travel. I am a Lead Transportation Security Administration (TSA) Officer with 5 years of service and I am a fellow American.

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  • Jun 09th, 2011

    Leah Rudolph

    I have found the more I travel and see, first hand, people of other cultures interacting with their loved ones, the more I realize we are ALL just doing the best we can, trying to raise our children, make a living, be happy and successful.

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  • Jun 07th, 2011

    Cynthia Wilson

    I first saw Syeda from my balcony as she struggled to get her four-year-old son onto the bus that picks him up each morning for a special school he attends for his learning disabilities. I noted her lovely salwar kameez and guessed that she was from Pakistan. I want to make her my friend, I told myself, but did not know how to accomplish that.

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