Mohammad Abu-Salha, the father of Yusor Baraket and Razan Abu-Salha, who were killed in the Chapel Hill shooting last year, said he hopes events like Sunday’s talk help dispel the notion that Muslims come from a monolithic culture.
Mohammad Abu-Salha, the father of Yusor Baraket and Razan Abu-Salha, who were killed in the Chapel Hill shooting last year, said he hopes events like Sunday’s talk help dispel the notion that Muslims come from a monolithic culture. STEPHANIE LAMM
Mohammad Abu-Salha, the father of Yusor Baraket and Razan Abu-Salha, who were killed in the Chapel Hill shooting last year, said he hopes events like Sunday’s talk help dispel the notion that Muslims come from a monolithic culture. STEPHANIE LAMM

Panel in Chapel Hill shows Muslim diversity

March 09, 2016 7:01 AM