This Is How Thanksgiving Should Be Celebrated In A Time Of Terror

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This beautiful ceremony at Lincroft Presbyterian Church brought together Jews, Muslims and Christians to celebrate Thanksgiving.

People belonging to different faiths came together in Middletown, New Jersey, for an interfaith ceremony which was held to mark the occasion of Thanksgiving..

The service invited prayers and songs of Thanksgiving from each religion with a focus on spreading positivity and good thoughts.

“Listen not with our ears, but with our hearts,” said Fatima Kiline, a Muslim participant in the gathering at Lincroft Presbyterian Church at an interfaith Thanksgiving service Tuesday night.

“Seeing that the name of my religion is being hijacked every day is making me very sad,” she said in an interview before the service. “That is why I am standing here strongly against all those activities. I am here for peace and love, and I am here to share that love and peace that I believe in my heart.”

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