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Nurah-Rosalie Amat'ullah
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Nurah W. Amat’ullah, founder and Executive Director of The Muslim Women’s Institute for Research and Development, is a program developer who focuses on faith-based community development initiatives. She earned a Doctor of Ministry Degree from New York Theological Seminary. A graduate of the Islamic Chaplaincy Program at Hartford Seminary, Ms. Amat’ullah ministers to pastoral care needs in the urban community. Over the years her programs have been aimed at building capacity among poor and immigrant communities in the Bronx. Clients served by the programs are predominantly new immigrants with transitional needs that are culturally specific. Ms. Amat’ullah current serves as an Archival Librarian at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture. She is actively involved in a number of inter-faith and NGO organizations, including Women in Religious Leadership, New York Disaster Chaplaincy Services, Muslim Consultative Network, Religions for Peace-USA and Auburn Theological Seminary Women’s Multi-faith Committee.

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Why Muslims Should Get in the Holiday Spirit and End Hunger

Posted December 21, 2010 | 19:25:20 (EST)

In recent years, the holy month of Ramadan, during which Muslims who are able fast from sunrise to sunset, has coincided with the holidays in the United States, a season that is kicked off with feast of overeating -- Thanksgiving -- and ends with a tradition of overdrinking at New...

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