Johari Abdul-Malik – link to Muslim Society of Washington

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'''Johari Abdul-Malik Ibn Winslow Seale''' (born in [[Brooklyn]], New York City) is a convert to [[Islam]],<ref name=BIOGRAPHY>[http://www.imamjohari.com/Imam_Johari/About_Me.html Biography of Imam Johari Abdul-Malik]</ref> and has been the Director of Outreach for the [[Dar al-Hijrah|Dar Al Hijrah Islamic Center]] in [[Northern Virginia]] since June 2002.<ref name=MIPT>[https://web.archive.org/web/20070930030840/http://www.tkb.org/NewsStory.jsp?storyID=78762 For use in Friday PMs newspapers of July 29 and thereafter] MIPT Terrorism Knowledge Base</ref>
 
'''Johari Abdul-Malik Ibn Winslow Seale''' (born in [[Brooklyn]], New York City) is a convert to [[Islam]],<ref name=BIOGRAPHY>[http://www.imamjohari.com/Imam_Johari/About_Me.html Biography of Imam Johari Abdul-Malik]</ref> and has been the Director of Outreach for the [[Dar al-Hijrah|Dar Al Hijrah Islamic Center]] in [[Northern Virginia]] since June 2002.<ref name=MIPT>[https://web.archive.org/web/20070930030840/http://www.tkb.org/NewsStory.jsp?storyID=78762 For use in Friday PMs newspapers of July 29 and thereafter] MIPT Terrorism Knowledge Base</ref>
   
He is also the former Chair of the [[Coordinating Council of Muslim Organizations]],<ref name=ANTITERROR>[http://www.cnn.com/2005/US/07/25/muslims.nonviolence/index.html Muslim groups target youths in anti-terror campaign] CNN</ref> the former head of the National Association of Muslim Chaplains in Higher Education, President of the [[Muslim Society of Washington, Inc.]], and a founding member of the Muslim Advocacy Commission of Washington, DC.<ref name=BIOGRAPHY/> In addition, he serves as the chair of government relations of the [[Muslim Alliance in North America]].<ref name=AMGPJ>[http://www.wrmea.com/archives/may2002/0205090.htm AMGPJ Press Conference on Middle East Crisis] Washington Report on Middle Eastern Affairs</ref>
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He is also the former Chair of the [[Coordinating Council of Muslim Organizations]],<ref name=ANTITERROR>[http://www.cnn.com/2005/US/07/25/muslims.nonviolence/index.html Muslim groups target youths in anti-terror campaign] CNN</ref> the former head of the National Association of Muslim Chaplains in Higher Education, President of the [[Muslim Society of Washington]], Inc., and a founding member of the Muslim Advocacy Commission of Washington, DC.<ref name=BIOGRAPHY/> In addition, he serves as the chair of government relations of the [[Muslim Alliance in North America]].<ref name=AMGPJ>[http://www.wrmea.com/archives/may2002/0205090.htm AMGPJ Press Conference on Middle East Crisis] Washington Report on Middle Eastern Affairs</ref>