On Saturday, June 15, CAIR-Chicago, IMAN, and IHC are sponsoring a film screening and panel discussion of “Islamic Art: Mirror of the Invisible World,” a documentary film narrated by Susan Sarandon.
Muslims, in solidarity with the families of victims and key faith leaders who live, work and worship in Marquette Park, will gather in the wake of the gruesome act of violence that occurred Wednesday in their community and reject any rationale that connects this atrocity to the Muslim community and Islam
But Larry was not a familiar face at Madison-area mosques and was not espousing views consistent with Islam, according to Muslim officials in Madison and Chicago.
Larry and Thompson were married at a Madison mosque but the person who married them had not met them before the ceremony and never saw them again, according to Amina Sharif, spokeswoman for the Chicago chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations.
CAIR-Chicago participated in this year’s Takin’ it to the Streets on June 24th, 2007. Takin’ it to the Streets is a daylong community festival held every other summer in Marquette Park on Chicago’s Southwest Side.
CAIR-Chicago hosted a booth at IMAN’s Takin’ it to the Streets, Saturday, June 25th. Takin’ it to the Streets is a daylong community festival held every other summer in Marquette Park on Chicago’s Southwest Side.
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