ATLANTA – Muslim communities throughout Georgia hosted a second annual “Go to a Mosque Day.”
The Georgia chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations says greater than 20 mosques within the state opened their doorways Saturday for excursions, a presentation about Muslim beliefs and practices and query-and-reply periods.
Throughout final yr’s occasion, the group stated hundreds of Georgians visited mosques in several cities.
Due to threatening messages despatched to 4 Georgia mosques final month, organizers inspired collaborating mosques to make sure that native regulation enforcement brokers are current.
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