Dr. Mohammad Abu-Salha, center, leads mourners in prayer over the caskets of his daughters Yusor Abu-Salha, 21, and Razan Abu-Salha, 19, and Yusor’s husband Deah Barakat, 23, during a funeral service Feb. 12 in Raleigh, N.C. Officials say that 5,500 people attended the event for the three young Muslims who were shot and killed in Chapel Hill.
Dr. Mohammad Abu-Salha, center, leads mourners in prayer over the caskets of his daughters Yusor Abu-Salha, 21, and Razan Abu-Salha, 19, and Yusor’s husband Deah Barakat, 23, during a funeral service Feb. 12 in Raleigh, N.C. Officials say that 5,500 people attended the event for the three young Muslims who were shot and killed in Chapel Hill. Corey Lewenstein The News & Observer
Dr. Mohammad Abu-Salha, center, leads mourners in prayer over the caskets of his daughters Yusor Abu-Salha, 21, and Razan Abu-Salha, 19, and Yusor’s husband Deah Barakat, 23, during a funeral service Feb. 12 in Raleigh, N.C. Officials say that 5,500 people attended the event for the three young Muslims who were shot and killed in Chapel Hill. Corey Lewenstein The News & Observer

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