LAS VEGAS – A Las Vegas mosque’s effort to clean up a crime-ridden neighborhood is bearing fruits after a decade-long hard work, Las Vegas Now reported. “It was a gang-riddled and drug infested area,” said Fateen Seifullah, Imam, Masjid As-Sabur. The mosque was first opened in 1986 when Las Vegas was no longer known for …
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Described as the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. modern history, Last Vegas attack left 59 dead and over 500 wounded. 47 weapons were found in locations related to the perpetrator, Stephen Paddock, described by the media as a “lone wolf” attacker. The tragic incident has sent a shock wave of anger and frustration across the USA. …
Devastated by the huge number of victims in Las Vegas shooting, American Muslims rushed to raise funds and offer help to families of victims and survivors of the deadliest mass shooting in modern US history.
For the first time in Canada’s 150-year history, a Muslim provincial attorney-general will attend a ceremony at the opening of the Superior Court of Justice in the South-west Region at a Muslim center on Tuesday, October 3.
As details emerge of the murder of 59 people with over 500 injured in Las Vegas, the worst gun crime incident in American history to date, all of our thoughts and prayers are with the victims who have died, those who are injured and those around them. Our thanks and gratitude go to the emergency services and passersby who lent a hand.
Claiming 59 lives and injuring hundreds of people, Las Vegas witnessed one of the worst mass shootings in the US. Muslim Imams showed solidarity with victims and vehemently condemned the crime. They also denounced attempts to play down the horrible crime by using terms other than terrorism to describe it. Here are some reaction by Imams …
America’s largest Muslim civil rights group called Monday on members of Muslims nationwide to join Americans of all faiths and backgrounds in donating blood and offering prayers to help the victims of last night’s mass shooting in Las Vegas, Nev.
Americans woke up to the horrible news of one of the worst mass shooting in the history of the country, after a gunman opened fire on a music festival next to the Mandalay Bay casino, killing 50 and wounding hundreds.