Excerpt:

On Friday night, Muslims gathered at Dar Al-Hijrah mosque for prayer and preparation.

Those who showed up to the town hall listened to members from the Council on American-Islamic Relations speak about President Donald J. Trump's second proposed travel ban.

"We have to stand as a unity to educate people around us," said Zeinab, a Virginia resident.

Lannah Hussny is an American citizen who has family from Egypt, which is not one of the six countries listed in the proposed, temporary ban. But Hussny is still concerned about what it could mean for all Muslims.


Read the complete original version of this item...