Veterans For Peace deeply regrets the murders last Monday night of three young Muslim students in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Growing anti-Muslim sentiment and hate crimes in the U.S. mirror the U.S. war on Muslim countries, and are stirred up by violent anti-Muslim propaganda such as the film, American Sniper.
We send our condolences to the families and friends of these beautiful young people, whose lives were robbed of them at such a young age.
We encourage all VFP members to challenge anti-Muslim racism and violence. Please read the reflection by Rabia Chaudry, below.
With three murders in Chapel Hill, American Must Confront Anti-Muslim Rhetoric by Rabia Chaudry
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