Nadia Rasheed read the Quran at her home. She volunteers with Kentucky Refugee Ministries, often driving people to appointments or translating.
Nadia Rasheed read the Quran at her home. She volunteers with Kentucky Refugee Ministries, often driving people to appointments or translating. Herald-Leader
Nadia Rasheed read the Quran at her home. She volunteers with Kentucky Refugee Ministries, often driving people to appointments or translating. Herald-Leader

Lexington's Muslim community works to dispel stigmas about faith

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