Islamic leaders in the Valley urged their followers to be prepared to be intimidated and provoked after authorities revealed the Boston bombing suspects were Muslims.

Officials from the Council on American Islamic Relations-Arizona said they are aware of several threats against Muslims across the nation since the Boston Marathon bombing on Monday.

"There's a high likelihood that there could be some type of retribution," said Imraan Siddiqi, a CAIR board member.

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