Reflection on Juz’ 6 by Mouhamadou B. Diagne

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We must not openly [disclose] evil and instead we must conceal the faults of others except in cases when one has been wronged.

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Mouhamadou B. Diagne is a Muslim Chaplain and Diversity Educator with over a decade of experience promoting interfaith and cultural engagement at Liberal Arts and Ivy League institutions. Diagne holds a bachelor’s in psychology from Carleton College and a Master of Divinity from Harvard Divinity School. He was the first Muslim to serve in a general chaplain role at an Ivy League institution when he became Assistant Chaplain at Columbia University. He then went on to become Bucknell University’s inaugural Chaplain for the Muslim Community. Diagne was elected to the board of the Association of Muslim Chaplains as its inaugural Communications Chair. In January 2021, he joined the Muslim Wedding Service as an officiant for Muslim couples.

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