Islamic Free Market Institute
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The Islamic Free Market Institute (also known simply as the Islamic Institute) is a Muslim outreach group founded by Khaled Saffuri and Grover Norquist in 1998, where they served as executive director and chairman, respectively.
- Talat M. Othman, board member.
- Grover Norquist, chairman emeritus.
-  Saffuri's Ties to Terror Suspects; Is Khaled Saffuri, a prominent Palestinian activist with connections to terror suspects, exerting undue influence on the Bush administration, or is he getting a bad rap?, Kenneth R. Timmerman, Insight on the News, March 1, 2004[dead link]
- , Khaled Saffuri: Where is He Now?, Gary H. Johnson, September 30, 2010[dead link]
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