In New York, Muslims are getting some good PR. Because of Eid al Adha, Black Friday was an official holiday in New York. This means that the typical moving of cars needed for Friday didn’t happen, saving drivers tons of parking tickets they usually get on Black Friday. The full article in the New York Times is here, and also keep reading down because our own board member Imam Khalid Latif is quoted!
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