Organizers wanted to create a safe platform for non-Muslims to come and learn about Islam to help dispel common myths and misconceptions.
A bill filed for the Legislature's 2017 session would block judges from using foreign law to impose a restriction that would violate constitutional rights.
The MTI School of Knowledge in Indianapolis increased security after receiving a letter with hateful language last week.
The Plainfield-based Islamic Society of North America says the letter was sent Tuesday to the MTI School of Knowledge.
The ACLU had accused the Boone County jail of violating the First Amendment rights of a Muslim inmate under Indiana's Religious Freedom and Restoration Act.
In a federal complaint, Gannon Thomas says the jail frequently serves him pork and other non-Halal meals despite his request for a special diet.
This week on Noon Edition we spoke to three local guests about living and working as a Muslim in Indiana.
The bullet holes aren't the first report of vandalism at ISNA. Three men painted racial slurs on the building in February.
Despite police saying the killings weren't religiously-motivated, people have taken to social media insisting there may be a connection.
At near capacity, a crowd gathered at Epworth United Methodist Church in Indianapolis to visit with families that have resettled in Indianapolis from Syria.