Islamic Center of Eastside to hold fundraiser to rebuild mosque

  • Thursday, January 26, 2017 11:30am
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The Islamic Center of Eastside (Bellevue Masjid) will host a fundraiser to rebuild its mosque after the recent arson at 5:30 p.m. Feb. 5 at the Muslim Association of Puget Sound, 17550 N.E. 67th Court in Redmond.

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“Join us to rebuild the Bellevue Eastside Islamic Center and to show that the spirit and the resolve of our wonderful community will overpower evil. Together with your help we will resurrect a bigger and better Islamic center, which will continue to shine the light of peace throughout the Eastside and beyond. We thank you for all your support and prayers,” reads the center’s website.

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