Belleville Islamic Center Open HouseThe Belleville Mosque and Islamic Education Center will have an open house 1-3 p.m. Saturday for people interested in learning more about the center.

Amy Nabulsi, a spokeswoman for the mosque, said leaders decided to hold the open house “as a result of the positive support” the mosque received after President Donald Trump last month signed an executive order that restricted travel for 90 days between the United States and seven predominantly Muslim countries.

Here is the open house schedule: 1-1:20 p.m. worship; 1:25-2 p.m. guest speaker from the St. Louis office of the Council on American-Islamic Relations; and 2-3 p.m. refreshments and meet and greet.

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Faizan Syed Press Conference Country Club Hills CAIR Missouri DiscriminationIn a suit filed last week in St. Louis County Circuit Court, Mohammed Almuttan, who is Palestinian,  claims he was denied a business license for a laundromat based on his nationality and religion.  He and his family, their attorney, and the Missouri chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-MO) have called for McKinney's resignation.

For the past five years, Almuttan and his family have owned Mally’s Market, the city’s only grocery store. 

The lawsuit claims that McKinney has repeatedly denied Almuttan a business license to operate a laundromat — despite the family’s adherence to city laws and regulations. It also states McKinney made the license contingent on regulations not listed in the city’s laws, like selling things the city can collect taxes on, or having the mayor himself inspect the business.

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IMG 1684 1068x580Hundreds of demonstrators march from the Thomas F. Eagleton United States Courthouse to the St. Louis Arch in protests of president Donald J. Trump's executive order barring people from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States. The event was sponsored by the Missouri chapter of the Council on Islamic-American Relations.

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