DALLAS — The minister and the imam had known each other barely a year. They had met at a vigil after the mass shooting at a Charleston, S.C., church in June 2015. They had encountered each other at rallies to protest gun violence and domestic violence, to memorialize a long-ago lynching, to counter a Ku […]

via ‘If we were not brothers before this, we certainly are brothers now,’ a Dallas imam tells a minister — A Center of Christian-Muslim Engagement for Peace and Justice: News and Views

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