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Continued: Minneapolis mosque damaged in Cedar-Riverside fire seeks a home

  • Article by: MATT MCKINNEY , Star Tribune
  • Last update: January 10, 2014 - 6:24 AM

Funds can also be sent to the Brian Coyle Center by calling 612-787-3730 or by going online at http://www.puc-mn.org/donate. Put “Cedar-Riverside Fire Disaster Relief” on all donations.

The Cedar Cultural Center, Augsburg College and KFAI Radio (90.3 and 106.7 FM) will host the Cedar Ave Fire Benefit concert Jan. 24 at the Cedar Cultural Center, featuring Spider John Koerner, the Brass Messengers, Martin Devaney, Phil Heywood and others.

 

Matt McKinney • 612-217-1747



 

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  • Imam Sharif Mohamed walked through the Dar Al-Hijrah mosque Thursday in Minneapolis. It is being cleaned and aired out after a fire next door Jan. 1.

  • Imam Sharif Mohamed walked Thursday outside the former grocery store and apartments.

  • Mohamed outside the destroyed building. His mosque had water damage and may be unusable for months. Prayers will be held Friday at Brian Coyle Center.

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