WHERE: Southeast corner of Congress Avenue and Michigan Avenue in downtown Chicago WHO: CAIR-Chicago, Council of Islamic Organizations of Greater Chicago, Interfaith and Interethnic Coalition CONTACT: CAIR-Chicago Executive Director Ahmed Rehab, 312-212-1520 or 202-870-0166, E-Mail: arehab@cair.
What does CIOGC stand for?
CIOGC stands for Council of Islamic Organizations of Greater Chicago
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Ever since Mujahid emigrated from Pakistan in 1981, he has been a leader in Muslim and interfaith communities, serving on both the Council of Islamic Organizations of Greater Chicago and the Council for a Parliament of the World's Religions.
The Council of Islamic Organizations of Greater Chicago has preliminary city approval to build an ornate, 30-foot reproduction of the tower used to call Muslims to prayer and an illuminated crescent moon affixed to a dome.