Muslim family believes attack was faith-based
BY VALLERY BROWN NewsOK.com
Saturday, February 02, 2013
2/02/13 at 6:09 AM
OKLAHOMA CITY - Members of a Muslim family whose house was shot at during a drive-by Thursday evening think they were targeted because of their faith.
On Tuesday, a stranger driving by Allie and Maryam Taghavi's home in southwest Oklahoma City stopped and asked their 21-year-old son the family's religion.
A large sign that hung on the porch and was visible from the road said, "as-salamu alaykum," an Arabic phrase often used by Muslims meaning "peace be with you."
Without any suspicion, their son told the stranger they were Muslim, Allie Taghavi said. The stranger then drove away.
Original Print Headline: Attack faith-based, Muslim family says
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