Imam Omar Suleiman speaks flanked by Dr. Michael W. Watson, left, and Rabbi Nancy Kasten, all from Faith Forward, at a vigil for refugees on Jan. 30 in Dallas. A prominent Dallas-area imam, Suleiman, has received at least two death threats in lengthy videos that appear to come from the violent extremist group known as ISIS or Islamic State.
Imam Omar Suleiman speaks flanked by Dr. Michael W. Watson, left, and Rabbi Nancy Kasten, all from Faith Forward, at a vigil for refugees on Jan. 30 in Dallas. A prominent Dallas-area imam, Suleiman, has received at least two death threats in lengthy videos that appear to come from the violent extremist group known as ISIS or Islamic State. Rodger Mallison Star-Telegram
Imam Omar Suleiman speaks flanked by Dr. Michael W. Watson, left, and Rabbi Nancy Kasten, all from Faith Forward, at a vigil for refugees on Jan. 30 in Dallas. A prominent Dallas-area imam, Suleiman, has received at least two death threats in lengthy videos that appear to come from the violent extremist group known as ISIS or Islamic State. Rodger Mallison Star-Telegram

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