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U.S. Muslim group accuses hostages at Texas synagogue

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US security forces killed four hostaged shooters, including Rabbi, at the Beth Israel Synagogue in Colleyville.

The FBI has identified the hostage criminal as British national Malik Faisal Akram, 44. (Reuters)

A group of Muslims in the United States has accused the hostage incident in a synagogue in Texas, USA.

The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), the country’s largest civil rights and advocacy group for Muslims, blamed the case on Sunday.

“This latest anti-Semitic attack on the place of worship is an unacceptable evil act. We are in solidarity with the Jewish community,” CAIR’s Deputy Secretary of State Edward Ahmed Mitchell said in a statement on Sunday. rice field.

Meanwhile, the U.S. Council of Islamic Organizations is in full solidarity with anti-Semitism with the Jewish community, “condemning the evil, unjust and unjust hostages of members of the Israeli congregation synagogue. “.

“This vicious attack on the synagogue, the sacred and inviolable place of worship, and its followers in the act of prayer is totally unacceptable,” said Council Secretary-General Osama Jamal.

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Four people, including a rabbi, were detained by gunmen who entered the Colleyville congregation Beth Israel Synagogue during religious service. According to police, after several hours of standoffs with law enforcement agencies, all hostages were released and prisoners died.

The FBI has identified the hostage criminal as British national Malik Faisal Akram, 44.

Matthew Dessarno, a special agent in charge of the FBI’s Dallas field office, said the prisoners acted alone, although no one else was involved in the hostage taking.

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