Muslims across US condemn terror attacks

By REUTERS
December 9, 2015 14:04

 
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Several hundred people of all religions gathered at this Denver mosque last week to support Colorado's Muslim-Americans, a night after the San Bernardino shootings.

"Our spiritual path blesses all faiths so we want to stand in solidarity with our Muslim brothers and sisters and be a part of erasing a lot of the misconceptions out there,” said Dr. Roger Teel, Mile High Church Pastor.

Muslims as a group cannot be blamed, they said here, for the actions of a few.

"These select individuals that have chosen to do things either in the name of Islam or happen to be Muslim are not in my opinion a part of my religion,” said Iman Jodeh, Executive Director of the Meet the Middle East.

 


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