Chirri speaking outside. From Mohamad Jawad Chirri
Mohamad Jawad Chirri
- Mohamad Jawad Chirri papers, 1959-2005
- 8.5 linear feet
Director of the Islamic Center of America, Dearborn, Michigan; author of books and other writings on Islam.
Papers of Imam Chirri and records of the Islamic Center; include drafts of writings, notes and notebooks on Islamic topics; organizational records of the Islamic Center relate to its administration and activities. The collection also includes files relating to Zehia Kahil, Muslim woman active in Arab World Festival and the Federation of Islamic Associations; and publications.
- Karoub family sound recording series, ca. 1947-1961.
- 5 sound discs and 1 sound tape reel.
Family of Hussein Karoub, imam of the first mosque in North America, in Highland Park, Mich.
Recordings of Imam Hussein Karoub and other family members, including Imam Karoub's recitation of the Athan, a conversation with Wajih Salah of the United Nations, singing and poetry reading by family members including Nabiha, Mohammad, and Carl Karoub.
- Muhammad Karoub sound recording collection, 1986-1991.
- 0.2 linear feet (12 sound cassettes and 2 compact discs)
Muhammad Adib Hussein Karoub was imam of the American Moslem Mosque, Dearborn, Mich., and a founding member of the American Moslem Bekaa Center in Dearborn. He published a monthly newspaper, the "American Arab Message," and hosted the "American Moslem Mosque of the Air" radio show, broadcast weekly during the 1980s and early 1990s on radio stations WPON and WCAR.
Radio messages about Muhammad and aspects of the Islamic faith.
- Mohammad Mardini collection, [19--]
- 1 folder.
Imam of the American Muslim Center, Dearborn, Mich.
Booklet of praise poems (not written by Mardini).