MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A Bloomington mosque is celebrating its renovation Wednesday, just months after a bomb caused extensive damage to its building.

A bomb went off during prayers at the Dar-Al Farooq Community Center last August.

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The aftermath of the explosion (credit: CBS)

No one was hurt in the blast, but the Imam’s office suffered extensive damage.

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The community celebrated the work completed by North Central States Regional Council of Carpenters, which volunteered to renovate the office.

The Imam’s renovated office (credit: CBS)

“That shows, you know, how valuable is the relationship between the community, all parts of the community,” said congregation member Mohamed Farah. “The term ‘Minnesota Nice’ is a true term. It’s not something that is concocted.”

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The FBI is still investigating the incident. No arrests have been made.