Muslim-Jewish issues group forms chapter in Louisville

Courtesy: The Muslim-Jewish Advisory Council

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) – A national group that focuses on issues common to Muslims and Jews in the U.S. has launched a chapter in Louisville.

The Muslim-Jewish Advisory Council held an event at the Muhammed Ali Center in Louisville to launch its new chapter. The group says it advocates for domestic policy issues of common concern.

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Lonnie Ali, widow of Muhammad Ali, says she is looking forward to being an active member of the Louisville-based council. She says this is the work her husband would want her to do.