ME AND MY NEIGHBORS—working together

The first mosque to be built in North America in the classic Islamic architectural style is just two miles from my home in Perrysburg, Ohio. I see its gracious dome and stately minarets nearly every day. It has been here for 18 years, but prior to September 11, 2001, I had visited this place of worship only once.

In this mosque, the Islamic Center of Greater Toledo serves the largest congregation of Islamic worshipers on the North American continent. But I had never taken the initiative to get to know anyone who worships there. That's changed now. Terrorism has stirred me to action.

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