DETROIT (WXYZ) - Imad Hamad, who served at Michigan's director of the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee for 17 years, has announced his retirement.
The decision comes after Hamad was accused of sexually harassing women at the ADC's Dearborn office last summer.
Hamad wouldn't comment on the accusations, but told 7 Action News his retirement is solely for the benefit of the organization.
Hamad's retirement was effective November 22nd.
The ADC named attorney Fatina Abdrabboh as its new Michigan director.