Four Islamic centers in N.J. say they were targeted in anti-Muslim incidents

Community leaders in New Jersey’s Muslim community and law enforcement are holding an interfaith solidarity rally on Sunday at Muslim Center of Middlesex County in response to a series of anti-Muslim incidents.

Four Islamic centers in Middlesex County were targeted on Nov. 26 when a truck displaying a digital billboard with anti-Muslim messages and photos from 2008 terrorist attacks in Mumbai drove through the premises, according to security footage provided by the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-NJ).

The four Islamic centers that were targeted are the Muslim Center of Middlesex County in Piscataway, Masjid al-Wali in Edison, New Brunswick Islamic Center in North Brunswick, and the Muslim Community of New Jersey Masjid in Fords.

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