Feisal Abdul Rauf

Abdul Rauf at the 2005 [[World Economic Forum]] in [[Cologny]], [[Switzerland]] Feisal Abdul Rauf (, born October 23, 1948) is a Kuwaiti-born Egyptian-American Sufi imam, author, and activist whose stated goal is to improve relations between the Muslim world and the West. From 1983 to 2009, he served as Imam of Masjid al-Farah, a mosque in New York City. He has written three books on Islam and its place in contemporary Western society, including ''What's Right with Islam Is What's Right with America,'' and founded two non-profit organizations whose stated missions are to enhance the discourse on Islam in society.

He has condemned the 9/11 attacks as un-Islamic and called on the U.S. government to reduce the threat of terrorism by altering its Middle Eastern foreign policy. Author Karen Armstrong, among others, has praised him for his attempts to build bridges between the West and the Muslim world. In 2010, Sufi Imam Rauf received national attention for his plans to build Park51, an Islamic Community Center, two blocks from Ground Zero in Lower Manhattan. Provided by Wikipedia
by Abdul Rauf, Feisal, 1948
Published 2004
by Abdul Rauf, Feisal, 1948-
Published 2005
by Abdul Rauf, Feisal, 1948-
Published 2007