Friday's meeting of the Social Action Network at Congregation Kol Ami had a different look than usual.

The women wore headscarves in solidarity with their Muslim friends.

Interfaith leaders urged Utahns of all faiths to wear hijabs (headscarves), Jewish yarmulkes, Sikh turbans, red dots on their foreheads or green ribbons Friday as symbols of support for "freedom of religion without persecution."

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