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Colorado Muslim Communities Unite Against Recent Anti-Semitism Around the Nation

The Colorado Muslim community is deeply saddened by the recent wave of anti-semitism and threats against the Jewish community nation-wide. Misguided people will always seek ways to destroy the fabric of peace, tolerance, and respect that brings this great country together.

Colorado Muslims are determined to echo the voices of love and harmony and stand in firm solidarity with our Jewish neighbors, friends and other vulnerable communities in the face of bigotry and hate. We pray for their safety and well-being and extend our hands in their support.

  • South Denver Islamic Center (Masjid Khadeejah)
  • Metropolitan Denver North Islamic Center (Masjid Ikhlas)
  • Rocky Mountain Islamic Center (Masjid Lakewood)
  • Colorado Muslim Society (Masjid Abu Bakr)
  • North Denver Islamic Center (Masjid Taqwa)
  • Colorado Islamic Center (Masjid Salam)
  • Denver Islamic Society (Masjid An-Nur)
  • CMCC Colorado Muslim Community Center
  • Islamic Center of Golden
  • Islamic Center of Boulder
  • Multicultural Mosaic Foundation
  • CO Intercollegiate MSA (Muslim Students Association)
  • Islamic Circle of North America (Colorado Chapter)
  • MAS Colorado Chapter (Muslim American Society)
  • Colorado Muslim Speakers Bureau
  • Muslim Family Services
  • Ansar Pantry
  • Colorado Muslim Connection

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