The Indianapolis Muslim Community Association hosted local law enforcement Thursday, May 30, for a mosque service.
On Tuesday morning, thousands of Muslims from around Indianapolis traveled to the Indiana State Fairgrounds to join the millions of Muslims celebrating Eid al-Fitr around the globe.
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."
May 25th saw a powerful display of interfaith service, when Muslim, Jewish and interfaith organizations joined together for a fundraising iftar for Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh.
This Wednesday is the final Ramadan Feed the Hungry of 2019. Let's join in this opportunity to serve the community.
For Muslims, Lailat-ul-Qadr is the Night of Power, a commemoration of when the Prophet Mohammad received the first verses of the Qu’ran. As on the other days of Ramadan, many Muslims do not eat, drink
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.
Compassion has a special meaning for Muslims during Ramadan, when the blessings for generous action are doubled. They would welcome non-Muslims to join a service project ... or look at what the Muslim Alliance of Indiana suggests.
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.
Faryal Khatri provides this report on the sights (and sites) of Istanbul and the beginning of Ramadan
"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.