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Diane’s guests from February 17 return to discuss obligations of Islam, prohibited behavior, and the role of women as laid out in the Koran.
- Seyyed Hossein Nasr Professor of Islamic Studies, George Washington University
- Imam Yahya Hendi Muslim Chaplain, Georgetown University Muslim Chaplain, National Naval Medical Center
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