(Note: A scholarship fund is in the process of being set up in honor of Maurice Stallard, 69, one of the two victims of a racist domestic terrorist in Louisville, KY on Oct. 24th. More information when it comes in…)
Action #1- Be a part of this.
WATCH: Leader of Islamic Center of Pittsburgh announces Muslim community has raised more than $70,000 for synagogue attack victims and their families.
“We just want to know what you need … If it’s people outside your next service protecting you, let us know. We’ll be there.”
They have raised more that $125,000 to help. Their campaign, CelebrateMercy, also raised more than $160,000 to help repair vandalism at a Jewish cemetery near St. Louis.
“We are tired of being grouped along with the crazies. They scare us just as much as any American,” El-Messidi said last year, when talking about how the Trump administration appears to mistakenly conflate radical Islamist terror groups like ISIS with peaceful American Muslims. “We need the administration to talk about the 3 million Muslim Americans who just want to pursue life, liberty and happiness just like everyone else here in America.”
Contribute to the campaign here.
Action #2 – Help the family of Vickie Jones, who was killed by a domestic terrorist, in Louisville, KY on Oct. 24th.
Contribute to her famiy’s campaign here.
Action #3 – Come to our vigil.
More details here.