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.
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!
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