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Imam Welcomes Muslims at Border Special Muslim Day Of Prayer October 27, 2019
Imam to Lead Binational Muslim Prayer At Border Wall
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Imam to Lead Binational Muslim Prayer in US While Muslims Follow in Mexico – Border Church / Border Mosque Binational Day of Prayer in Friendship Park

Imam Omar Suleiman to lead binational prayer in the United States at Friendship Park with Muslim Community Following in Mexico

October – 27th – Pray Beyond Borders – A Binational Day of Prayer at Friendship Park

12 pm – 2 pm at Friendship Park on US & Tijuana sides of the Border

October 27th – Breaking Borders & Barriers in Our Hearts – Next Steps for the Faith Community in the Border Crisis

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7 pm – The First United Methodist Church of San Diego – 2111 Camino Del Rio S, San Diego

CONTACT: Dustin Craun – Executive Director of CAIR San Diego – dcraun@cair.com – 303-667-4027

(SAN DIEGO., 10/25/19) – Over the last six months, the Border Mosque has joined with the Border Church, established in 2011, to create a sacred space for families separated by the US immigration policies. Every weekend people from throughout the US and Mexico travel to Friendship Park so they can be in the presence of each other, even if they can only touch through the fence with their pinkies. The secondary barrier of the US border is open at Friendship Park every Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 2 pm and the intention of the Border Church is to keep that space open for families to meet. Although it has been closed a number of times during the Trump presidency.

Each weekend the Border Church holds a Binational prayer service through a communion service taking place on both sides of the US / Mexico Border. While the Muslim community has gathered and prayed with the Border Church in Mexico over the last 6 months, this will be the first service where the Muslim community will have their prayer led by Imam Omar Suleiman with the Muslim community in Tijuana following behind him on the other side of the wall.

As the multi-faith presence has grown at the border over the last six months, faith leaders have asked how do we bring in even more faith partners, clergy, and faith-rooted activists to draw attention to the space of Friendship Park and the Border Church and the Border Mosque protecting it. Our clergy leaders are calling for a bi-national day of prayer on Sunday, October 27th where we will be joined by indigenous, Muslim, Christian, Jewish leaders to “Pray Beyond Borders.”

The weekend lineup will include:

October – 27th – Pray Beyond Borders – A Binational Day of Prayer

12 pm – 2 pm at Friendship Park on US & Tijuana sides of the Border with:

  • Rev. John Fanestil

  • Hosted by the Border Church & Border Mosque Teams

  • Imam Taha Hassane

  • Imam Omar Suleiman

  • Linda Sarsour

  • Pastor Seth David Clark

  • Sonia Garcia of the Latina Muslim Foundation

  • Nahela Morales

 

October 27th – Breaking Borders & Barriers in Our Hearts – Next Steps for the Faith Community in the Border Crisis

 7 pm – The First United Methodist Church of San Diego – Mission Valley

 

  • Rev. John Fanestil

    • Imam Taha Hassane

    • Imam Omar Suleiman

    • Linda Sarsour

    • Pastor Seth David Clark

    • Nahela Morales

    • Hosted by Dustin Craun

 

This partnership between the Border Church and the Border Mosque was captured in the recently released film, “A Prayer Beyond Borders.” The film documents the first gathering of the Border Church & the Border Mosque as the only space on the US / Mexico border where families separated by US immigration policies can meet in person. This film is a moving portrait of this unique gathering of faith communities working to give separated families even a moment where they can be together.


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