The Islamic Cultural Center of Fresno released a statement praying for victims of “violence, terror and oppression everywhere” and reminding the community that “terror knows no religion.” The center cited a number of recent terror attacks around the globe, including an attack outside the Prophet’s Mosque in Medina, Saudi Arabia. In this July 2013 photo, worshippers visit the site.
The Islamic Cultural Center of Fresno released a statement praying for victims of “violence, terror and oppression everywhere” and reminding the community that “terror knows no religion.” The center cited a number of recent terror attacks around the globe, including an attack outside the Prophet’s Mosque in Medina, Saudi Arabia. In this July 2013 photo, worshippers visit the site. Hadi Mizban Associated Press file
The Islamic Cultural Center of Fresno released a statement praying for victims of “violence, terror and oppression everywhere” and reminding the community that “terror knows no religion.” The center cited a number of recent terror attacks around the globe, including an attack outside the Prophet’s Mosque in Medina, Saudi Arabia. In this July 2013 photo, worshippers visit the site. Hadi Mizban Associated Press file

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