The Indianapolis Muslim Community Association hosted local law enforcement Thursday, May 30, for a mosque service.
Rev. Holman says, "We don't want the first time a police officer to encounter someone of a different faith to be in the middle of a crisis situation."
It was perhaps the finest interfaith iftar anyone had experienced, thanks to partners in the Jewish and Muslim communities.
Expect celebrities, journalists, on-the-ground humanitarian workers, Jews, Christians, Muslims, and more.
One of the main causes of Action Corps, a grassroots advocacy group against social injustice, is the Rohingya refugees stranded in Bangladesh.
Mohammed Abashaar, manager, from Rayan Restaurant explains the significance of Ramadan and tells you more about the eatery featuring Yemen cuisine.
Good friend of CIC Saima Hassan explains the significance of compassion and Ramadan, and invites all of to join OBAT Helpers' iftars.
"This is Ramadan; the human person exerting their human will power and controlling their desires and passions — not for themselves — but for the good pleasure of Allah. Ahh! What a wonderful feeling!"
Here's CIC's roster of iftars that will eagerly welcome everyone — Muslims and non-Muslims— for a meal and conversation
May 25th — If you attend one community iftar this Ramadan, this should be it.
With the kitchen and living room as the place of encounter, Abraham’s Tent meals connect people within their local community and facilitate one-to-one relationship building.
April 26th — Have you ever been curious about Muslim's holy month of Ramadan, but haven't know who or how to ask? Here's an excellent way.
Niagara Foundation Indiana head Cenk Kandemir shares with us some of the ways the Turkish-Hoosier community is encouraging interfaith dialogue during the holy month of Ramadan.