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.
A judge has ruled the federal prison in Terre Haute must allow Muslim inmates group prayer anytime they are out of their cells.
An Indiana University professor organized a panel discussion reflecting on how Muslims have been affected in the 10 years since 9/11.
Imam Mikal Saahir says his congregation, comprised almost entirely of U.S. citizens, does not see the hearings as constructive or responsible.