Imam Dawud Assad - Air date: 05-01-08





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Published on Apr 25, 2008

Dawud Assad was born in Jerusalem, Palestine in 1931. He has a wife and three children. His ambition is to serve humanity and promote peace and harmony among people of various faiths. His educational background includes a B.S in Mechanical Engineering (Northeastern University, Boston, MA) and a M.S. in industrial Management (Polytechnic Institute. N.Y., N.Y.


President: Council of Masajid (Mosques of USA, New York City, N.Y.

President: Islamic Service Organization, Edison, New Jersey

.Founder and Co-Chairman: Muslim-Roman Catholic Dialogue, NYC. NY.

Ambassador for Peace, Universal Peace Federation, Washington, D.C.


Founding Member: Supreme Council of Mosques, Makkah, Saudi Arabia.

Secretary-General: Continental Council of Mosques of North America.

Associate Director: Muslim World League Office to the United Nations. NYC, NY.

Associate Secretary General: World Conference on Religion and Peace, NYC., NY.

Co-Chairman: US Inter-religious Committee for Peace in the Middle East, Stanwood, Washington.

Assistant Secretary: Religion in American Life (RIAL), Princeton, New Jersey.

Co-Chairman: Tri Dialogue, Muslim-Christian-Jews, National Conference of Christian and Jews (NCCJ), New York City, N.Y.

President: Federation of Islamic Association of US & Canada, (FIA), Detroit, Mich. 1
Service Award for Humanity: 1987 by the Council of Islamic Organizations of USA
A Special Citation in Recognition for Fostering Better Understand and Promotion of Friendship between Afro-American and Immigrant Muslims and Arabs, 1989 by the Afro-American Islamic Association, New York, N.Y.

Luminosa Award for Promotion of Inter-religious Understanding, 1991, by the Focolare Movement, Highland Park, New York.


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