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House Proceeding on Mar 3rd, 2010 :: 0:03:35 to 0:05:20
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David E. Price

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David E. Price: i wish to recognize today's guest chaplain, iman abdullah antepli. and i want to say hello to the duke community, the touchish community. iman antepoli has a long record in countries ranging

David E. Price

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David E. Price

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David E. Price: from his native turkey to the southeastern asian nations of burma and malaysia. since moving to the united states in 2003, he's been a true pioneer in the areas of muslim campus ministry. serving as first muslim minister at west lane university.

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David E. Price: he later served as hartford seminary where he completed his dock rate on the challenges facing the muslim community in the united states. in july, 2008, he came to duke university to serve as the school's first-time muslim chaplain. although he's been on campus less than two years, he's made an enormous impact on the

David E. Price

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David E. Price: campus community. he's taken on much more. he counsels students of all fait, fosters understanding of the muslim faith and is much in demand as a speaker and a participant in a variety of community events. this is a remarkable accomplishment. at a time when religious differences still threaten to

David E. Price

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David E. Price: divide us from one another and from other nations. i first met imam last september at a meeting of islamic studies scholars in which he participated. and i was immediately struck by his enthusiasm, his intellect and readiness to engage. throughout his career, he's truly exemplified the notion of

David E. Price

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David E. Price: faith in action and has made a habit of practicing the values of tolerance, understanding and respectful dialogue which he preaches. so, madam speaker, i am pleased on behalf of all of our

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