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In Chapel Hill, grieving students Zeb had never met recognized him as a chaplain and collapsed in his arms.
Some were sobbing so hard, he said, they couldn’t even get out the traditional greeting of assalamualaikum.
Just three students were in the first class in 2011.
Today, 53 grad students — including 21 women — are learning Islamic leadership skills in a curriculum that pushes criticalthinking and cultural fluency.
Just that day, he’d frozen for a half second when a Starbucks barista asked his name for the order.
He went with “Turk” rather than “Jihad.”“It’s just easier,” he said with a chuckle.
Zeb was still reeling from the Duke ordeal when, not even a month later, another blow came: Three Muslim students were gunned down 20 minutes away, in the rival college town of Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
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Housed within the Claremont School of Theology, Bayan is part of a proliferation of US-based Islamic training centers in recent years, ranging from brick-and-mortar colleges with accreditation to less formal, online-only seminary courses.
With the creep of anti-Muslim prejudice into federal policies, Bayan has tailored its courses to reflect the times, with training on how to give TV interviews about hot-button issues and how to build solidarity across cultural and religious lines.