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soon. news 10's sarah lehman was at a local vigil tonight. she joins us now live at the first unitarian universalist congregation in terre haute for what's new for you tonight at 10. patrece... people from all different faiths... beliefs... and backgrounds... gathered right here tonight to show that love is stronger than hate. < as the names of the 50 muslims who were killed in new zealand last friday were read... those in the audience shed tears. coming together to support the muslim community of the wabash valley and of the world. "we want them to know that we share their mourning that we're mourning with them." people from all different religions and backgrounds stood in front of the crowd to bring home the point that love is stronger than hate. "to hear from a protestant voice and a catholic voice and a jewish voice and a muslim voice all expressing our sorrow and our determination to stand against hate for love and for respect." is just one of the many who spoke tonight. she says last friday after the attack she told her eighteen year old brother not to go to the mosque to pray because she feared for his life. "so that make me really sad like why we just want to pray i don't i don't hold any guns. i don't cover anything here. i'm only covering my head but not my brain so why do people think that they have the right to attack me to kill me to kill my community." she says the gathering tonight...although a sad occassion is how it should always be. people gathering for love no matter what your beliefs are. "here its reminded me of a community that only gathered for one reason althought we look different