CAIR-NJ: MUSLIMS DISCUSS CONCERNS WITH FBI, US ATTORNEY
(TOTOWA, NJ, 12/5/05) – Representatives of the New Jersey office of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-NJ) and of that state’s Muslim community met recently in Newark with the US attorney and the FBI to discuss issues of mutual concern.
“We had a very positive and productive meeting based mutual respect and commitment to cooperation,” said CAIR-NJ President Ahmed Al-Shehab. Other meetings are being planned to implement cooperative initiatives between the New Jersey Muslim community and law enforcement agencies. CAIR-NJ will also conduct ongoing cultural and religious sensitivity trainings for those agencies.
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