Source: Connecticut Post
On November 25, 2002 the Connecticut Post reported that "Habitat for Humanity of Greater Bridgeport [CT], using for the first time, an interfaith coalition of support, will have a two-story, four-bedroom house for Sundus, her parents and five siblings sitting on the property. Salem Lutheran will be teamed with members of Al-Aziz Islamic Center, Congregations B'nai Israel and Rodelph Sholom and Shiloh Baptist Church, all of Bridgeport, and Congregation Beth El of Fairfield. Habitat executive director Bob Knebel said the organization has never had such a diverse group of faiths working together on a house. The idea came from Rabbi James Prosnit, of B'nai Israel, not long after Sept. 11. It is coincidental that the first home his group will help build will go to a Muslim family."