(CHICAGO, IL, 8/11/12) — The Chicago office of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-Chicago) said today that two air rifle shots were fired last night at the outer wall of the Muslim Education Center (MEC) mosque in Morton Grove, Ill.
Outreach Coordinator Gerald Hankerson presented a workshop to a Jewish Youth Group at Beth Emet the Free Synagogue in Evanston. Hankerson provided and introduction to the concepts of Islam and a profile of the Muslim-American community. The workshop served as the kick off to an educational and interfaith program between the synagogue and the Muslim Educational Center (MEC) in Morton Grove.
What: Khutbah (Friday Sermon)
Where: Muslim Education Centre (MEC)
Keynote: Ahmed Rehab, Executive Director, CAIR-Chicago
Morton Grove Community Relations Commission will be hosting its “Unity in Our Diversity Day” program this October 14th, 2007.
CAIR-Chicago’s Civil Rights Coordinator, along with attorneys Abdullah Salah and Abdul Karim Pigott, participated in the “Lawyer in the Classroom” program
Christina Abraham choked on her words and what she said was “a bit of rage and a lot of anger” Thursday while describing her family’s life in Lebanon.
Dr. Assad Busool, the guest imam of a Morton Grove mosque, stood in front of the small Muslim congregation gathered for prayers Friday. Across Asia and Africa, Muslims were violently protesting against Danish cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad.
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