MLFA Ride for Justice Outreach Campaign
The Motorcycle Imam is on the road promoting freedom and equality for Muslims in the U.S.A. Imam Ahmed is traveling across the country to spread the news about the Muslim Legal Fund of America (MLFA).
We want to meet you in person. We want to hear about what’s important to you and how we can help you and your communities. We want to show up for you. It’s a story of old-fashioned travel. We’ve all been isolated for years.
Let’s step into the light and the fresh air and get to know each other. Here we are. We want you to feel personally that you are a part of what we do. We’re here to serve the community. We see a brighter future for Muslims in the United States, a future in which we feel a sense of belonging and safety in this land. A future in which we’re able to show the beauty and generosity of Islam. We believe that Allah gives freely, without needing anything in return. The rain falls “slow and free” (O’Donohue). We can give the way rain comes, the way the wind blows (Bukhari 31:126)
The Ride for Justice is a travel story. The Ride for Justice is meeting a Motorcycle Imam. The Ride for Justice is a human connection on the ground. A meeting, a getting to know you, a conversation. A traveler’s story. You won’t want to miss it.
Who is the Motorcycle Imam? Imam Ahmed Alkhaldy is the Vice President of Mercy without Limits, an organization that helps orphans around the world. The Motorcycle Imam started the Ride for Orphans to raise funds for those in need. Now he’s embarking on the Ride for Justice, on the road to freedom and equality for Muslims in the United States.
Imam Ahmed has an impressive list of accomplishments, including a medical degree and a second-degree black belt in Judo. He is also the president and imam for the Muslim American Society of Iowa. When the Ride for Justice comes to a city near you, please come out to meet our Motorcycle Imam and to cheer him on.