Worldwide hate epidemic

Forgiveness essential to solving crisis

Posted: November 4, 2017 at 1 a.m.

In November 2015, Friday the 13th, a retired marine named Ted Hakey came home late night from a bar in Meriden, Conn., took hold of one of his high-powered rifles and opened fire at the mosque next door. A bullet went straight through the central prayer hall where, just a little earlier, worshippers had lined up for the night prayers.

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