The San Antonio, Mich.
mosque is hosting a religious event, and its organizers are worried about the reaction.
According to the Islamic Center of Michigan, the event will be held at the Islamic Centre of Michigan on Sept. 11, but the event is being held at a location at a different location.
The mosque has no official location, but says it is hosting the event because it believes it has a duty to provide a welcoming place for all.
The mosque was created in 1926 and is located on the outskirts of the city of San Anto, Mich., about 30 miles east of Grand Rapids.
The Islamic Center is a member of the National Council of American Islamic Relations, a national group dedicated to promoting the values of Islam and promoting interfaith dialogue.
“The organization has taken a very hard stance on Islamophobia,” said the group’s executive director, Mohammad Farooq.
“This is not something we do lightly, and it is not a thing we have to do lightly.
We’re trying to create a welcoming space for all.”
The Islamic Center’s position was supported by its executive director and two members of the Grand Rapids Muslim community.
“We think it’s an important thing to have a welcoming atmosphere for all faiths and all ethnicities, and we think it can be a positive thing to build bridges,” said Grand Rapids Imam Mohamed al-Bashir.
“I don’t think there’s a place in this world that is not welcoming to people.”
The mosque has been hosting interfaith events for the past decade, including a Muslim festival on Sept, 11, and a Christian festival on Oct. 13.
The event was moved to the next day because of a rain storm, but it was not rescheduled.
“There’s no way we’re going to be able to do this every year,” said Imam Bashir.
“I know that this has been going on for a while,” said San Anonio Imam Nabil Ali.
“We’ve had people coming from all over Michigan to come and visit us, and now they’re coming to this event.”
Muhammad Ali, an Iraq War veteran who lives in San Ano, Mich, said the mosque’s stance is the reason he hasn’t been able to attend the event.
“It’s not a place where I can go and do this,” said Ali.
Ali said the Islamic center is not the only one with concerns about what will happen if a large number of people attend the religious event.
“It’s very important to us that it’s a peaceful event,” he said.
“A lot of people will be surprised, and I’m not surprised, that the event has gone forward,” Ali said.
“They’ve been asking us, ‘How long have you been there?’
And I’m like, ‘Since January.’
We’ve had so many people come and see us.”
Ali said the event was organized with the goal of providing a place for people to meet other Muslims and learn more about Islam.
“This is a way to bring people together and to learn about Islam, and also to share the religion,” Ali explained.
“And so we’re glad that this event has come forward, but I think we’ve been neglecting the bigger issues.”
The group said they plan to file a lawsuit against the city, the mosque and the Grand County Board of Commissioners.