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Paul, Min - brightly colored portraits n e s o ta. By her third year, Amin realized t h a t o f B edo uin w om e n j u xt a - h e r hear t lay in ar t, not math, and in 2 0 0 2 po s ed w it h ur b a n g e om e t - s h e ear ned a bachelor’s degree in studi o a r t , r ic pat t er n s . “Th e p a t t e r n s w i t h a co ncentration in oil pain tin g. o v er w h elm t h e p a i n t i n g s , L i ving in the United States, she told F a y e q representing how the city O w e is, ed i to r of th e Encyclopedia of A r a b is t ak in g o v er t h e B e d ou - Am e ri ca n Ar ti sts, allowed her “to take th e r o l e in cult ur e,” s he s a i d .
C. 56 de- 1 9 0 7 Tat ar immigr a n t s f r om Po lan d, R us s ia, a n d L i t h u ania found the American M o h a m m e d a n S o c i e t y, t h e n at io n ’s t h e f ir s t M u s l i m or gan iz at io n . 1919 T h e f ir s t I s lamic as s o 1 9 08 ciation is f o un ded in H igh of lan d Par k o ut s ide o f Det r o it , begin M ichigan , w h er e man y im- t o enter the United States migran t s f o un d w o r k in aut o f r o m par ts of the Ottoman man uf act ur in g plan t s . M u slim E m pire, S y r ia, Large numbers immig rants including Lebanon, 1934 Elijah Muhammad beco mes S upr em e Minis- ter of the Nation of Islam (NOI), a black nationalist today’s o r gan iz at io n adh e r i n g Jordan, s o me I s lamic pr ac t i c e s .
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