In the wake of the killing of Osama bin Laden, a local mosque opened its doors to the community today in order to combat stereotypes of Muslims.
In Virginia today, one of the largest mosques in the country is holding an open house aimed at helping the community get to know Islam beyond the headlines of the past week.
While local Muslim leaders are using words like "hope" and "relief" in the aftermath of Osama bin Laden's death, some Muslim residents are offering more complicated reactions.
Two groups in D.C. and Virginia who recently co-hosted an interfaith Passover Seder say their commitment to unity goes far beyond the annual event.
Passover is an ancient Jewish holiday, but an interfaith event in Northern Virginia is putting a modern spin on the traditional Seder.
A unique Passover celebration in Northern Virginia brings different religious groups together to celebrate freedom, honor tradition and most importantly, promote unity.
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