…Just before sundown, about 40 people gathered in Lafayette Square for a prayer vigil to remember the victims and survivors and to seek peaceful resolution of world divisions.
“True justice can be achieved without violence,” said Ann Mulderry, whose son Stephen was killed in the South Tower. “I want to believe you can find peace and justice without the killing of others.”
Nihad Awad, who heads the Council on American-Islamic Relations, called for truer interfaith understanding.
“If there is no peace amongst ourselves, there will be no peace on the Earth.” (More)