Today, September 11th marks 17 years since 3000 Americans died in the deadliest attacks ever on American soil.American Muslim Voice Foundation and Dave Cortese, Board of Supervisors, Santa Clara County, along with 35 multi-faith groups, mosques and community organizations invite all Americans to join them for a multi-faith peace picnic, prayer service and candle light vigil.

We use this day to extend our prayers for the victims of September 11th and extend our deepest condolences to their families. We also pray for all other families who have lost loved ones due to wars, violence and senseless crimes against humanity.

We salute “September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows” for their  work towards creating global peace after losing their loved ones. Let us join hands with them and strive to transform this tragic day into one of peace and community building.

On Tuesday, September 11th 2018, hundreds of peacemakers, Christians, Muslims Jews and other communities of faith will hold a multi-faith peace picnic, prayer service and candle light vigil for peace.

Please join hands with us.

What: Multifaith Peace Picnic, Prayer Service & Vigil
Date: Tuesday, September 11, 2018
Time: 7:00-8:30 PM
Location: King Plaza. 250 Hamilton Ave Palo Alto, CA
Contact: Samina Sundas: Phone: 650-387-1994.

American Muslim Voice Foundation was founded in July, 2003 by American Muslims, to work for and with all Americans. We are a grassroots movement based on the simple idea that stronger American communities serve the interests of all Americans.

The organization strives to strengthen the world by working alongside neighbors and strangers toward a common goal, forging bonds and sparking friendships in the process. AMV Foundation continues to celebrate diversity and values all human beings regardless of race, religion, sexual orientation or creed.

Please visit us at www.amuslimvoice.org. Phone: 650-387-1994

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