Upwards of 1,000 people participated in a show of solidarity Saturday at the Copenhagen mosque where a Jewish security guard was shot dead last month.

The synagogue on Krystalgade in the heart of Copenhagen was encircled by some 1,000 people standing hand in hand in a call for peace following the February twin shootings that rocked the nation.

The peace ring was the initiative of Niddal El-Jabri, a Copenhagen Muslim who wanted to send a signal that Jews should feel safe and welcome in the city.

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