USA: Muslim community hold 'Unity Walk for Peace' for Charleston victims

Members of the Muslim community of Charleston held a 'Unity Walk for Peace' to the Emmanuel African Methodist Episcopal (AME) church on Sunday. Men and women brought flowers to pay their respect to the nine victims of the Charleston shooting. The memorial walk was organised by the The Central Mosque of Charleston, as an expression of solidarity with the families of the nine churchgoers who died after a white gunmen opened fire on Wednesday. Nine people aged 26-87 were killed after a gunman opened fire inside Charleston's Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church on Wednesday evening. After the shooter, a 21-year-old white man named Dylann Roof was caught, officials declared he had racial motives. The gunman allegedly told his victims "You rape our women and you're taking over our country. And you have to go."