List of American Muslims

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This is an incomplete list of notable Muslims who live or lived in the United States.

Activism and politics

Former UN ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad with President George W. Bush at the White House

Armed forces

Foreign military service

Art

Business

Crime

Entertainment

Comedy

Standup comedian Dean Obeidallah

Film

Music

Rapper Ice Cube performing in 2006

Television

Dr. Mehmet Oz at the 2010 Time 100 Gala

Modeling and pageants

Supermodel Iman

Religion

Muslim scholar Suhaib Webb

Science

Sports

Boxing

Boxer Muhammad Ali in 1978

Basketball

NBA player Shaquille O'Neal

NFL

NFL player turned sportscaster Ahmad Rashad

Track and field

Wrestling

Mixed martial arts

  • Muhammed Lawal – former Strikeforce Light Heavyweight World Champion

Writing

Fareed Zakaria, head of Newsweek International

See also

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