The Muslim American Law Enforcement Association (MALEA) organizes second annual Iftar Dinner at the Banquet Hall of Al-Wali Mosque in Edison, New Jersey. A large number of delegates and members of the Muslim community attended. At the call of sunset prayers during Iftar, all stood respectfully including non-Muslims. President Lt. Kamil Warraich of the MALEA, briefed the participants on the aims and objectives of the organization and its activities and performances. He also highlighted the importance of Ramadan to the participants.While, talking with VOSA TV, Kamil Warraich and vice president of the association Omar Ali, said this was not only an Iftar dinner but also aimed to introduce the message of Ramadan to everyone.U.S. officials congratulate the Muslim community on the occasion of Iftar and appreciate the establishment of the organization, Muslim American Law Enforcement Association and praise its services.Director of Masjid-ul-Wali welcomed the guests on Iftar dinner and said professions like medical, engineering, science and technology, the police department is also very prestigious and important department to serve. He also encourages younger generation to join the Police department.At last of the Iftar dinner, awards distributions to prosecutors, police officers and social figures for their outstanding services throughout the year.
Acting AG Mathew J. Platkin update his social media handle and thanks Muslim American Law Enforcement Association for their contribution and greets Ramadhan Mubarak.
It was an honor to attend the Muslim American Law Enforcement Association's Iftar dinner during the sacred month of Ramadan, and to recognize law enforcement professionals' many contributions to Muslim communities and New Jersey. Thank you for your service, and Ramadan Mubarak! pic.twitter.com/KJlUwp8k2d
— Acting AG Matthew J. Platkin (@NewJerseyOAG) April 22, 2022