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France's Muslims urged to attend mass in solidarity
A leading Muslim group in France has called on its community to attend a church mass this Sunday to show solidarity with Christians after the recent jihadist killing of a priest.
The French Council for the Muslim Religion (CFCM) has urged the country's Muslims to take part in a church mass this Sunday to show solidarity with the country's Christian community and to honour the priest slain by jihadists this week.
Following what the CFCM dubbed the "cowardly assassination" of Father Jacques Hamel on Tuesday, the group has called for unity between France's Muslim and Christian communities.
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