Inside Look at Ramadan/CAIR Annual Ramadan Dinner

Kashif Saroya, board member of the Minnesota chapter of the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR-MN) was on Fox9 this early Saturday morning discussing Ramadan. To view the Fox9 program click here.

Later tonight is their 2nd Annual Ramadan Dinner. The program this year is titled, “American Muslims: Partners for Peace and Justice.” Speakers include: Mohamed Dini, Ibrahim Hooper, and Congressman Keith Ellison.

The program will include a tribute to the late Imam W.D. Mohammed. John L. Esposito, professor of religion, international affairs and Islamic studies at Georgetown University said of Muhammad: “W.D. Mohammed became a prominent figure in inter-religious affairs. He was the first Muslim to give an invocation in the U.S. Senate and in 1993, he offered the prayer during the first Inaugural Interfaith Prayer Service of President Bill Clinton. On September 11, as Americans commemorate the attacks and tragedy of 9/11, Warith Deen Mohammed will be buried. His passing and the memory of his accomplishments are a witness and fittingly a reminder of the heart of Islam and the vast majority of its followers.” Click here for the whole article.
 
Where:
Banquet Hall, New Brighton Community Center
400 10th Street NW, New Brighton, 55112

Cost: 
Tickets are $10/person.

All are welcome to attend. On-site babysitting will be available for young children and basketball and other games available for older children.

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Posted on September 13, 2008, in Uncategorized and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. I missed it! Please try to send notices of important events like these a few days in advance. Otherwise it is easy to miss them if some one does not check their email for a day. I would have loved to attend

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