US Muslim leaders condemn Paris attacks
PARIS - Muslim leaders in the United States are condemning the attacks In Paris and offering condolences and prayers for the people of France.
Nihad Awad, the executive director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations said "we are revolted by this heinous and despicable attack on civilian populations."
He says the Islamic State group, which claimed responsibility for the attacks that killed at least 129, "does not represent Muslims."
Oussama Jammal of the U.S. Council of Muslim Organizations called on the American Muslim community to hold candlelight vigils to remember the victims.
Imam Johari Abdul-Malik of the Muslim Alliance in North America called on Muslims to "redouble our efforts in vigilance and confronting extremism."
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