SLO community supports Mosque of Nasreen after New Zealand attacks

"Let the people hear from us, not about us," Ahmed Deif, president of the San Luis Obispo Islamic Society, told community members and Muslim members of the Mosque of Nasreen in the aftermath of terrorist attacks in New Zealand.
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"Let the people hear from us, not about us," Ahmed Deif, president of the San Luis Obispo Islamic Society, told community members and Muslim members of the Mosque of Nasreen in the aftermath of terrorist attacks in New Zealand.

Lindsey Holden writes about housing, immigration and everything in between for The Tribune in San Luis Obispo. She also covers northern San Luis Obispo County city governments and school districts. Lindsey joined The Tribune in 2016 after working for the Rockford Register Star in Illinois. She’s a native Californian raised in the Midwest and is a proud graduate of two Chicago schools: DePaul University and Northwestern University.