Islamic Group Gives Away Free Korans A Muslim advocacy group is ramping up efforts to educate Americans about the Koran, by sending copies of Islam's holy book free to people who ask for one.
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Islamic Group Gives Away Free Korans

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Islamic Group Gives Away Free Korans

Islamic Group Gives Away Free Korans

Islamic Group Gives Away Free Korans

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A Muslim advocacy group is ramping up efforts to educate Americans about the Koran, by sending copies of Islam's holy book free to people who ask for one.

To order a free Koran, contact the Council on American-Islamic Relations on the Web at www.cair-net.org, or call at 1-800-78-ISLAM.