History was made June 12 when Imam Ahmad Alemine of Masjid Al-Fajr and CIC board member was sworn in as chaplain for the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department.
The Indianapolis Muslim Community Association hosted local law enforcement Thursday, May 30, for a mosque service.
“Someone who is in critical condition, all they need is someone to be next to them and fortunately we all pray to the same God,” said the imam. “If I am here for an officer who is in need and I have to pray for him, I would pray to the creator that the officer himself who believe in.”
It’s not surprising that CIC’s board is actively leading efforts to make sense of a senseless tragedy. Imam Ahmed Alamine and Rev. Pat Holman are featured in this Indy Star article. Faryal Khatri is interviewed
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