By Marie Saavedra – WFAA.com
DALLAS — A week after heated anti-Muslim protests outside an Islamic meeting in Garland, faith leaders gathered to discuss it at a Dallas church. Nearly every seat at Northaven United Methodist Church was full. In each sat people of varying religions, committed to what they called ‘the separation of church and hate.’
Last Saturday, Garland played host to a conference for those of Muslim faith. “I don’t support their ideology, I don’t support what they’re doing,” said protestor Brenda Lambert.
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