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Profile: Imam Sayed Hassan al-Qazwini

 
  

Positions that Imam Sayed Hassan al-Qazwini has held:

  • Leader of the Islamic Center of America in Detroit


 

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Imam Sayed Hassan al-Qazwini actively participated in the following events:

 
  

January 29, 2001      Complete Iraq timeline

       Imam Sayed Hassan al-Qazwini, who heads the Islamic Center of America in Detroit, one of the nation's largest mosques, meets with President Bush in the White House about the administration's policy towards Iraq. The president says he supports a policy aimed at removing Saddam Hussein from power, though he does not discuss by what means. “No method was discussed at all,” al-Qazwini will tell the New York Times two years later. “It was a general desire for regime change.” He will also tell the newspaper that he had spoken with Bush about removing Saddam Hussein a total of six or seven times, both before and after the 2000 elections. [New York Times, 1/12/04 Sources: Imam Sayed Hassan al-Qazwini]
People and organizations involved: George W. Bush, Imam Sayed Hassan al-Qazwini
          

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