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About 300 people attend vigil supporting Muslim community

HIra Rashid addresses the crowd at a vigil in support of the Muslim community Monday. Bill Phillips photo
Hira Rashid addresses the crowd at a vigil in support of the Muslim community Monday. Bill Phillips photo

 

Close to 300 people attended vigil in front of City Hall Monday in support of the Muslim community and in remembrance of those who were killed in Quebec City Sunday. Bill Phillips photo
Close to 300 people attended vigil in front of City Hall Monday in support of the Muslim community and in remembrance of those who were killed in Quebec City Sunday. Bill Phillips photo
Close to 300 people attended vigil in front of City Hall Monday in support of the Muslim community and in remembrance of those who were killed in Quebec City Sunday. Bill Phillips photo
Close to 300 people attended vigil in front of City Hall Monday in support of the Muslim community and in remembrance of those who were killed in Quebec City Sunday. Bill Phillips photo
Close to 300 people attended vigil in front of City Hall Monday in support of the Muslim community and in remembrance of those who were killed in Quebec City Sunday. Bill Phillips photo
Close to 300 people attended vigil in front of City Hall Monday in support of the Muslim community and in remembrance of those who were killed in Quebec City Sunday. Bill Phillips photo
Reza Akbari and Coun. Terri McConnachie at the vigil. Akbari just returned from a trip to the Middle East, but his return journey did not take him through the United States where he may have got caught up in that country's new travel ban. Bill Phillips photo
Reza Akbari and Coun. Terri McConnachie at the vigil. Akbari just returned from a trip to the Middle East, but his return journey did not take him through the United States where he may have got caught up in that country’s new travel ban. Bill Phillips photo
Close to 300 people attended vigil in front of City Hall Monday in support of the Muslim community and in remembrance of those who were killed in Quebec City Sunday. Bill Phillips photo
Close to 300 people attended vigil in front of City Hall Monday in support of the Muslim community and in remembrance of those who were killed in Quebec City Sunday. Bill Phillips photo
Mayor Lyn Hall, flanked by city council, addresses the crowd at a rally in support of the Muslim community. Bill Phillips photo
Mayor Lyn Hall, flanked by city council, addresses the crowd at a rally in support of the Muslim community. Bill Phillips photo

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