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Professor Awad Ayesh,

You were an avid fan of my father and since he passed I have been glad to get to know you as well. You have networked me to get to know many others that would share the dream of teaching people how to heal themselves. I am especially grateful for being introduced to Anthony White since his company has taken on the Virtual Academy Project.

It is an honor and a priveledge that you ask me to say a few things about my experience with you. I find you to be an honest and goodhearted person who looks for the good in everyone and look forward to continued association in love and peace.

Your friend,

Karl John West
IAL President

Doctor A.

We are thrilled to be involved with the largest Pixel advertising page on Earth. It's also a pleasure to have associated this wonderful advertising medium with the Exchange.

Contact Doctor A and he'll get you in touch with the proper affiliates so that you too can be a part of history.

Barry Malkin
Chicago, USA @ www.pixmeup.com/aaiexchange

September 16, 2006

Professor Awad Ayesh

I was in the market for a laptop computer and only wanted to spend around $500.  I thought I would have to buy a refurbished laptop to get the features I wanted.  Then I went to "The Best Deals of the Week" link under Technology Solutions at www.aaiexchange.com and found just what I wanted at Tigerdirect.  Now I have a brand new Laptop with all the bells and whistles that I wanted.  Boy am I glad to have this affiliation with AAIexchnage.

Rich Maestas, Founder AAIexchange: Check me out under Health and Wellness/Emotional Relief


Dr. Awad and the Granville County Library System received an Award for Programming Excellence during the North Carolina Public Library Directors Association (NCPLDA) 2017 annual meeting. The Award cited the Library’s collaborative work with the National Caucus and Center for Black Aging (NCBA) in bringing a free Arabic class to the public during the 2016-2017 year. The “Arabic for All” program was the finalist for the best program across the state of North Carolina in 2017 for medium-sized libraries. (See The Oxford Public Ledger, Thursday, December 14, 2017, page 1.)