The Council on American-Islamic Relations — a nationwide advocacy organization — condemned the “horrific and revolting attack” in San Bernardino, California, and offered “heartfelt condolences” to families of the victims.
“The Muslim community stands shoulder to shoulder with our fellow Americans in repudiating any twisted mindset that would claim to justify such sickening acts of violence,” Hussam Ayloush, the executive director of CAIR for the Los Angeles area, said in a statement.
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