After an attack on two mosques in New Zealand, a heightened state of alert at mosques here in the U.S.
At least 49 people are dead, with around 20 injured.
The department of Homeland Security says there is no credible threat to the U.S. At this time, but officials are remaining vigilant, while sending their condolences.
From New York, to Chicago, and Los Angeles, an abundance of caution at mosques across the country, after a deadly terror attack in New Zealand.
President Trump tweeting his “warmest sympathy” to the people of New Zealand.
His national security adviser, John Bolton pledging the U.S. Will help, as needed.
The council on American-Islamic relations condemning the attack and urging muslims here in the U.S. Not to shy away from worship out of fear.
Source: NewsNet | Reaction to Fatal New Zealand Mosque Shootings