Area religious leaders show solidarity with Muslims

— Ministers, imams and a rabbi prayed for unity and understanding Friday as part of an interfaith prayer service to show solidarity with the Muslim community.

The service at the Islamic Association of Raleigh was organized in the wake of recent terror attacks in Paris, France, and San Bernardino, Calif., and a call by Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump to block all Muslims from entering the United States.

,Ministers, imams and a rabbi prayed for unity and understanding Friday as part of an interfaith prayer service to show solidarity with the Muslim community.

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