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April 14, 2014 AT 7:49 AM
No one should have to worry about their safety while they worship and Americans of all faiths need to stand united against religious-based violence, President Barack Obama said Monday. Obama, speaking at an Easter prayer breakfast at the White House, honored the three victims of Sunday’s attack on a Jewish community center and retirement complex in Kansas City. “Nobody should have to worry about their security while gathering with their fellow believers,” Obama said. The president pledged government support for the investigation and said the American people, regardless of religion, need to come together in their support as well.