Muslim allies in Virginia lovingly 'vandalized' a mosque's sidewalk

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This weekend, Mubarak Mosque in Chantilly, Virginia, received a peaceful reminder that love trumps hate.

Local Muslim allies used sidewalk chalk to cover the paths leading up to the mosque with supportive messages including, "You are loved," "We are your brothers and sisters" and "We are with you."

The mosque's Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association and Qasim Rashid, a member of the mosque, tweeted out photos of the "vandalism," as Rashid cheekily called the art.

"Some sneaky hooligans 'vandalized' my mosque in VA over the weekend. We came back to find this. <3 #MuslimAlly," Rashid wrote on Twitter.

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In light of Donald Trump's call to ban muslims from the country and increasing acts of disrespectful vandalism on Mosques in America, these chalk messages can be seen as a reminder of the inclusive people who will work to support marginalized communities.

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