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Head teacher Mervat Zaghloul got a group hug last month during an end-of-the-day song about hugging at circle time at Al Bustan school in Cambridge. Adam Maati is at right.
Head teacher Mervat Zaghloul got a group hug last month during an end-of-the-day song about hugging at circle time at Al Bustan school in Cambridge. Adam Maati is at right. (Globe Staff Photo / Joanne Rathe) Globe Staff Photo / Joanne Rathe

Finding a haven amid the storm

Cambridge school offers Muslims lessons, comfort

By Angelica Medaglia
Globe Staff / December 20, 2004

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CAMBRIDGE -- The hour commute from Lynn is a long way to drive to take their son to preschool, and the $550 monthly tuition is a lot to pay. But Amina Mirrane and Amin Maati are willing to sacrifice time and money so that their son, Adam, can begin his education in an Islamic school. (Full article: 790 words)

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