On September 10 the Executive of the Montgomery
County, in Coordination with Montgomery
County Muslim Council (MCMC), arranged an Iftar Party for distinguished persons
from the Muslim community in the County. Many other distinguished guests
belonging to different faiths also attended the program.
sideline of this Iftar Party James L Stowe, Director of Human Rights in the
county, in an exclusive interview with VOA Bangla Service , talked about
relations amongst people of different religions, colors and races. He talked
about the ways the Montgomery County in Maryland State is trying to build a
better understanding and forge good relations thru interfaith dialogues.
the program of the Human Rights office at the county level. He added, “our job
is to ensure protection and elimination of any kind of discriminations any
resident of our county. We are here to advocate general well-being amongst the
people of any faith who live in our county.”