Monroe Township celebrated Islamic Heritage Month on Jan 18th 2024
with a proclamation ceremony at the Monroe City Township Building. Mayor Dalina issued the proclamation, recognizing the important contributions of the Muslim community to the township and the nation.
The ceremony was attended by local leaders, members of the Muslim community, and residents of Monroe Township. Mayor Dalina spoke about the importance of understanding and appreciating different cultures, and she praised the Muslim community for its commitment to faith, family, and community.
“Islamic Heritage Month is a time to celebrate the rich history and culture of the Muslim community,” said Mayor Dalina. “I am proud to proclaim Islamic Heritage Month in Monroe Township, and I encourage everyone to learn more about the Muslim community and its contributions to our township.”
The ceremony also included a presentation on Islamic culture and history.
“I am grateful to Mayor Dalina for issuing this proclamation,” said Ali Rizvi . “Islamic Heritage Month is a time to celebrate the diversity of our community, and I am proud to be a part of the Muslim community in Monroe Township.”
The ceremony concluded with a reception, where guests enjoyed refreshments and conversation.
Islamic Heritage Month is celebrated each year in the United States in the month of January . The month is an opportunity to learn about the Muslim community and its contributions to American society.
In addition to the proclamation ceremony, Monroe Township also hosted a number of other events to celebrate Islamic Heritage Month. These events included a film festival, a book fair, and a cultural program.
The events were all well-attended and provided a valuable opportunity for the community to learn about Islamic culture and history.