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Naif Al Mutawa, Founder Of 'The 99'

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Naif Al Mutawa, Founder Of 'The 99'

Naif Al Mutawa, Founder Of 'The 99'

Naif Al Mutawa, Founder Of 'The 99'

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Host Jessica Harris speaks with Naif Al Mutawa, the creator of The 99, a comic series featuring superheroes based on Islamic archetypes. Harris also speaks with Maurice Kanbar, inventor, entrepreneur, and founder of the Quad Cinema, the first multiplex theater in New York City.

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