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Community members honor New Zealand attack victims in walk, prayer

Muslim leaders in Morris County held a walk and prayer for peace Sunday for the 50 people killed in attacks on two mosques in New Zealand.

News 12 Staff

Mar 17, 2019, 4:09 PM

Updated 1,925 days ago

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Community members honor New Zealand attack victims in walk, prayer
Muslim leaders in Morris County held a walk and prayer for peace Sunday for the 50 people killed in attacks on two mosques in New Zealand.
The walk started at the Jam-e-Masjid Islamic Center in Boonton.
The participants walked two blocks to Town Hall, and then went back to the center.
An estimated 200 people participated in the event.
Law enforcement officers were also on hand as a safety measure.


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