Imam Yahya Hendi graduated from the Islamic Theology College of University of Jordan in Amman, Jordan.
Imam Yahya Hendi speaks at his inaugural reception as the first Muslim Chaplain in an American University.
Imam Yahya Hendi is at the end of his Hajj visit in Madinah in 1998.
Imam Yahya Hendi believes in preserving the dignity of all people and the need to care for the poor.
Imam Yahya Hendi believes that to honor the dignity of all humans is more important than to honor the sacred religious places, therefore no one has an excuse for murdering innocent people to protect an ideology.
Imam Yahya Hendi hopes that the city of Jerusalem will continue to be a welcoming house of peace for all people.
Imam Yahya Hendi believes in promoting family values: "The stronger at home, The stronger around the world."
Imam Yahya Hendi leads Youth retreats as part of his professional services in Muslim community in the US. (He is behind the camera.)
Imam Yahya Hendi is conducting a marriage ceremony as part of his professional services in Muslim community in the US.
Imam Yahya Hendi is with the White House Fellows.