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Perseverance - "They said it was too late"

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An interview with Imam Dr. Mohamed Abu Taleb becomes a lesson in perseverance. Dr. Mohamed, now a leading figure in American Islam, was once told it was too late to study the Quran.

Imam Dr. Mohamed Abu Taleb has a Master's Degree and a PhD in Computer Science and Electrical Engineering From MIT, and degrees in physics and mathematics. A hafiz of the Quran, he has pursued Islamic seminary training through the Cambridge Islamic College and Al-Salam Institute in the United Kingdom, and studied with various teachers and scholars at Islamic universities in India, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Jordan, and Egypt. He is the Imam of the Islamic Association of Raleigh, as well as a husband and father. Listen to his story to learn about how he balances all these commitments and why it is never too late to pursue Islamic knowledge.

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