Muslims Join Christians and Jews for Interfaith Service Project

June 8, 2002

Source: The Orange County Register

On June 8, 2002 The Orange County Register reported that "Muslims in Orange County [California] have been busy trying to reshape the image of Islam among non-Muslims, taking their messages of neighborliness to freeway billboards, putting books and videos on Islam on library shelves and opening their homes and houses of worship for dialogue... [On June 8], about 20 Muslims will join about 40 of their Christian and Jewish neighbors on a journey to Mexico that will not only create a new home for an impoverished Mexican family but strengthen the growing bond among the three faith-based groups."