The Americans held a solidarity rally near the mosque

In the American state of Minnesota, residents of all faiths took to the streets of St. Paul to support the Muslim community in the face of a series of Islamophobic attacks. Local residents gathered outside the Tawheed Islamic Center in St. Paul in solidarity with the Muslim community. Last week, an Islamic center building was severely damaged in an arson attack, the sixth attack on a Minnesota mosque since the beginning of the year.
Residents of Minnesota, among whom were both Christians and Jews, brought posters with inscriptions in support of the Muslim community to the rally, reports IslamNews with reference to CBS News. The Methodist church next door also offered all kinds of support to the Muslims. – “We are establishing relations and we hope that it will be for the good,” commented Pastor French Magee.