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Mysuru: The Mysuru chapter of Jamaat-e-Islami Hind appealed to Muslims to stand outside a church here while Sunday service was underway to offer solidarity to Christians following the terror attacks in Sri Lanka that killed over 250 people. According to the President of JeIM, Mysore, Munawwar Pasha, the appeal had been made to convey the message that the Muslims and other communities stand by the Christians at this hour of grief. In an audio message, circulated through social media, Pasha said that when New Zealand had faced a terror attack at a mosque, Muslims were overwhelmed with the amount of support received from various communities.
(Extracted from http://muslimmirror.com)