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Employment History

Islamic Center of Johnstown

Islamic Studies Teacher
Muslim Community Center

Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering
University of Petroleum & Minerals

Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering
University of Baghdad , Iraq

Applied Chemistry and Chemical Technology Teacher
Institute of Chemical Technology , Lahore

Defense Contractor
Concurrent Technologies Corporation

Chicago Etching Corporation

Muslim Chaplain
Department of Corrections


Founding Member and Vice President
KAZI Publications Inc

Volunteer Muslim Chaplain for the U.S. Navy
U.S. Great Lakes Naval Training Center

Graduate Fellow
University of London


Imperial College of Science & Technology , London

Chemical Technology

Chemical Engineering
Imperial College

Chemical Engineering
University of London

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ElBayly, along with Mahmood ...

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ElBayly, along with Mahmood Qazi, the Islamic Center of Johnstown's founder and past president, pressed university officials to block Ali from speaking.

"I don't want her to poison anyone's mind," Qazi said.

In April 2007, ElBayly, the imam ...

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In April 2007, ElBayly, the imam at the Islamic Center of Johnston, joined Mahmood Qazi, the Islamic Center of Johnstown's founder and past president, to protest Ali's scheduled appearance at the University of Pittsburgh-Johnstown.

Qazi added at the time, "I don't want her to poison anyone's mind. She doesn't believe in God. How can she talk about God?"

ElBayly, along with Mahmood ...

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ElBayly, along with Mahmood Qazi, the Islamic Center of Johnstown's founder and past president, pressed university officials to block Ali from speaking.

"I don't want her to poison anyone's mind," Qazi said.
Ali has faced more heady opponents than ElBayly and Qazi.

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In 1960, DR. Qazi received his M.Sc in Chemical Technology from the same institution. From 1960-1961 he taught Applied Chemistry and Chemical Technology at the Institute of Chemical Technology, Lahore. In 1961, he went to United Kingdom with a scholarship from the Attock Oil Company, Rawalpindi, where he attended Imperial College of Science & Technology, London. At the Imperial College, he majored in Chemical Engineering. In 1962, he received his M.Sc. in Chemical Engineering from Imperial College. The same year, Qazi joined University of London as a graduate fellow where he pursued his research in Powder Technology chemical engineering. In 1966, he received his Ph.D in Chemical Engineering from University of London. From 1968 to 1970, he was an assistant professor of Chemical Engineering at the University of Baghdad, Iraq and from 1974 to 1978 at the University of Petroleum & Minerals (UPM) Dhahran, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. In 1970, he migrated to United States where Qazi started his career as an educator and taught in several schools, colleges, and universities. He obtained American citizenship in 1981. Life and Science Career Dr. Qazi joined various chemical, engineering and military-purposed companies in the United States where he served as a chief research scientist and a chemical engineer. In 1993, Dr. Qazi joined a Defense Contractor, Concurrent Technologies Corporation (CTC) in Johnstown, PA, as a Principal Technical Staff. Dr. Qazi worked for the National Defense Center for Environmental Excellence (NDCEE) Program, which CTC operates for the Department of Defense (DOD). Dr. Qazi managed three Tasks for the treatment and disposal of energetic materials. These involved hydrothermal chemistry (NitRem Process), plasma arc technology, and pink water treatment technology research. As part of the technology transitioning process, these techniques also were evaluated for other types of hazardous waste research. The first two tasks were completed by the end of 1997 and 1998. The third task was completed by the end of year 2000. Dr. Qazi also provided technical support to other projects in the remediation, recycling and reuse (RRR) thrust areas. He had recently completed a unique sludge drying system for a private firm, Ecotechnology, Inc., of California. A patent is pending. While at CTC, besides managing the three Tasks mentioned above, Dr. Qazi participated in a project to develop chromium-free conversion coatings, led by the National Center for Manufacturing Sciences (NCMS) Ann Arbor, Michigan. He compiled a state-of-the-art technology report and surveyed vendors of new technologies in order to prepare a list of participants for coating trials. Other supporting, technical activities have related to the recycling of aluminum cans, the recycling of plastics, and the shredding and recycling of scrap tires along with contributing to numerous proposals for the United States Department of Defense (DOD), Department of Energy (DOE), and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). He has designed plants for chemicals, petroleum, petrochemicals, coal conversion processes, solid waste disposal systems (incineration plants), desalination, and water treatment units. He has also developed new processes from laboratory bench-scale to pilot plant scale, including a new process for the manufacture of MgO/HCl from Texas Brines and developed a new anesthetic for Abbott Laboratories, one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world. His earlier contributions to environmental protection includes study of acid gas removal systems, ammonia waste disposal systems, removal of VOCs from reactors by incineration, and development of a complete medical (including biohazards and radioactive) waste disposal system for Abbott Park Facilities. Dr. Qazi has performed preliminary research work on an innovative idea to shred the used tires using laser technology, and recovering useful products from the used tires. Dr. Qazi also has experience in procuring equipment and complete process plants, starting with specification, vendor contact, bids evaluation, and writing engineering requisitions leading to purchase orders. Major plants procured included an all-glass Clarithromycin Plant for Abbott Laboratories, North Chicago, Illinois, and a Petroleum Additive Plant for Keil Chemical Company (Ferro Corporation), Hammond, Indiana. He also has worked as a chemist with Chicago Etching Corporation, Chicago, Illinois, performing routine tests of electroplating and etching baths, maintaining their pH, and developing new formulations for various etching processes used in the company. Islamic Background Through out this period, Dr. Qazi has also been engaged in providing Islamic services to various institutions. Dr. Qazi volunteered as a Muslim Chaplain (Imam) at Great Lakes Naval Training Center near Chicago, Illinois, Federal Correctional Institution, Loretto, PA, State Correctional Institution (SCI), Cresson, PA, South West Secure Treatment Unit (SWSTU), Torrance, PA, Laurel Highlands SCI and Somerset SCI at Somerset, PA. Currently, Dr. Qazi is providing Islamic services at the Torrance State Hospital, Torrance, PA, Cresson Secure Treatment Unit (CSTU), Cresson, PA, and Cambria County Prison, Ebensburg, PA as a volunteer. Dr. Qazi is the founding member and Vice President of Kazi Publications, Inc., a Chicago-based, not-for-profit organization and a trust (Waqf fi Sabilillah), in the cause of Almighty God (Allah). Kazi Publications, Inc. is one of the oldest and the largest printers, publishers, and distributors of the Holy Qurn and Islamic literature in North America. Since founding Kazi Publications in 1974, Dr. Qazi has also written a series of books and booklets, both for children and adults, on various topics of Islam. From 1978 to 1983, Dr. Qazi taught Islamic studies in Sunday schools at the Muslim Community Center (MCC) in Chicago and at the Islamic Cultural Center (ICC) in Northbrook, Illinois. From 1982 to 1993, Dr. Qazi served as a volunteer Muslim Chaplain for the U.S. Navy at the U.S. Great Lakes Naval Training Center near Chicago, Illinois. In 1993, Dr. Qazi moved to Johnstown, PA from Chicago, where he lived for 23 years. He recognized the necessity for establishing a mosque in Johnstown, PA and founded the Islamic Center of Johnstown in his basement. The mosque served the Islamic needs of approximately thirty (30) Muslim families in the Greater Johnstown area, Altoona, Bedford, and Somerset and is still in operation. The Greater Johnstown area Muslim community later established two Islamic Centers, the first in Altoona, PA and the second in Windber, PA in the years 2000 and 2005, respectively. Since moving to Johnstown, Dr. Qazi had been providing Islamic services as a volunteer at the Federal Correctional Institution (FCI) in Loretto, the State Correctional Institution (SCI) in Cresson till 2003. Currently, he is a Muslim Chaplain at the Cambria County Prison in Ebensburg, all in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Dr. Qazi is a registered vendor as an Imam with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. He worked as an Imam at the Southwest Secure Treatment Unit (SWSTU) in Blairsville, PA under a contract with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, from January 2003 until the center closure in June 2006. Since October 2003, he has been providing Islamic services as an Imam at the Cresson Secure Treatment Unit (CSTU) in Cresson, PA, where, he teaches the fundamentals of Islam, Islamic faith and practice, ethics and morality in Islam, and Islamic jurisprudence to a class of up to fifteen juveniles, both Muslims and non-Muslims. In March 2005, Dr. Qazi was hired by the Department of Correction (DOC) of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as a Muslim Chaplain (Imam) for the two State Correctional Institutions, SCI Laurel Highlands, PA and SCI Somerset, both in Somerset County, PA, where he provided Islamic Services to the Muslim inmates till June 2007. Since September 11, 2001, Dr. Qazi has regularly been invited as a speaker on Islam and has actively participated in lectures and seminars delivered to schools, colleges, universities, mosques, churches and synagogues in and around Johnstown, PA, explaining to the American people the basic fundamental principles of Islam, which guarantee freedom, justice and equality to all, irrespective of their color, creed, gender, national origin, race or religion. Dr. Qazi has regularly contributed articles on Islam to a number of journals, television, radio media and newspaper in the United States and overseas. Some of Dr. Qazi's famous articles, e.g., Why Blame Islam, Tolerant Islam, and Isl

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Several days before the talk, imam Fouad ElBayly of the Islamic Center of Johnstown and its president Mahmoud Qazi met with the university's Vice President of Student and Academic Affairs, Jerry Samples and asked him to cancel the event because they consider the speaker's view of Islam to be "poisonous."

Samples also stated the he will allow ElBayly and Qazi a chance to discuss Islam on campus at a later date.

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