Man Who Shot Up Mosque Goes Back For Forgiveness

Man Who Shot Up Mosque Goes Back For Forgiveness, Finds Hugs Waiting

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When a man shot up their mosque, the Connecticut congregation welcomed him with open arms after he felt remorse and returned, armed with an apology instead.

Ted Hakey, Jr. had been drinking heavily after November’s Paris attacks, stewing over the terrorists who identify as Muslims. In haste, he took his gun and opened fire on the empty mosque next door to his house.

No one was in the Baitul Aman building at the time, but Hakey was arrested and faces serious charges.

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