One line buried in an article on an airport prayer room exemplifies what “interfaith” really means to Muslims and how others are readily fooled. via Church and State Battle at Denver Airport – ABC News.
The airport chapel was paid for by DIA Interfaith Chapel Inc., which is composed of Christians, Jews and Muslims. One room is for Muslims and the other for Christians and Jews. The organization leases the space.
The chapel is often used by religious groups passing through or going on pilgrimages, and occasionally for a wedding or memorial service of an airline or airport employee, Kaye said.
It means Muslims get their own room and everyone else can share another room. Koranic interfaith quote below:
O you who believe! do not take the Jews and the Christians for friends… ~ Koran 5:052