Knoxville native collects 7,500 condolences from Muslims to ambassador's family

Nov 17, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Knoxville News Sentinel

Tarek El-Messidi/Special to the News Sentinel Knoxville native Tarek El-Messidi, left, presented a book of 7,500 condolence letters written by Muslims in 115 countries to Anne Stevens, the sister of U.S. Ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens, in Washington, D.C., last Saturday.

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D F Lindsey

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Nov 17, 2012
 
And who is supposed to be convinced of this? Islam is not a peaceful religion and hasnít been almost since its inception. Letís not kid ourselves!
Tammy with a silk valley

Morristown, TN

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Wow

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