Hussein Makled papers 1956-1999

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Hussein Makled papers, 1956-1999

Hussein Makled papers 1956-1999

Hussein Makled is a leader in the Arab American community of Southeastern Michigan, one of the founding members of the Islamic Center of America. The papers of Hussein Makled document his work as a leader of the Islamic Center of America and its predecessor organizations, as well as the career of Imam Mohamad Jawad Chirri.

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Hussein Makled is a leader in the Arab American community of Southeastern Michigan, one of the founding members of the Islamic Center of America. Makled moved to Highland Park, Mich., from Lebanon in the 1940s because of the economic opportunities in Michigan. He joined the Hashmi Society, a mosque in Dearborn's South End, and soon convinced the scholar Mohamad Jawad Chirri, who he had known in Lebanon, to provide guidance to the society. Chirri became imam of the Hashmi Society, an...