JFK Airport officers arrange Eid Milan party

NEW YORK: Officers of the Customs and Border Protection at John F. Kennedy International Airport New York arranged an Eid Milan party.

The event started with the national anthem of the United States. Officers of the Port Authority Police, New Jersey Muslim Officers Society and Muslim Officers Society of New York Police attended the event.

Inspector Adeel Rana and Hamza, the president of MOS, and the first Muslim Pakistani-American in the New York Police, and prayer leader of mosque Kashif Aziz were invited as chief guests. 

Speaking on the occasion, the police officers and the mosque imam shed light on the significance of the holy month of Ramazan and the celebration of Eidul Fitr.

Inspector Adeel Rana said that the New York city stood out as a great beautiful city with people belonging to different religions, faiths and nationalities worked in all its departments.

The director of the CBK said that JFK was the largest airport of the US and its employees included over 100 Muslim staffers.

At the end, a commendation certificate was presented to Inspector Adeel Rana on behalf of the System Customs and Border Protection unit.

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