Security was heightened at the State Capitol for Texas Muslim Day after some threats were made on an anti-Islam website.

Muslims from across the state spent the day at the Texas Capitol.

"Muslims are part of the fabric of America and Texas today and we want to be here and let our representatives know we're living in the communities," said Hadi Jawad, a volunteer for the Texas chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) helped put on "Texas Muslim Day at the Capitol."

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