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Prayer Vigil for Victims of New Zealand Mosque Attacks This Sunday

Dear Neighbors

Salaam/Shalom/Peace

We woke up today with the horrific news coming from New Zealand. Our prayers, support and sympathies go to the victims, their families and people of New Zealand. No community, no nation and no group of people deserve to be victims of such horrific terrorism, especially in a place of worship.

We at Islamic Center of Boulder have been overwhelmed by so many messages of support from our neighbors. Due to the numbers and level of solidarity expressed, we may not be able to respond to your messages individually. Kindly consider this our acknowledgment of your heartfelt messages.

To honor the victims, to pray for them and to call for peace, we will have a multi-faith vigil at the following date and time

March 17, 2019 (Sunday) at 1:30 pm
Islamic Center of Boulder
5495 Baseline Rd, Boulder, CO 80303

In Peace

Hadi AbdulMatin

Islamic Center of Boulder (Outreach Coordinator)

FB Event Page:  https://www.facebook.com/events/414156995817566/

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