At Al-Salam Mosque In Houston, All Are Welcome

A day after the hurricane hit Houston, Al-Salam mosque in Houston welcomed people displaced by flooding. "I'm Catholic and my husband is Jewish, but it is beyond all that," says one volunteer.
Eman Razwan (left), plays with volunteer Ania Charna. Source: Claire Harbage

Some people seeking safety from the flooding caused by Harvey were able to find refuge at Al-Salam mosque in northwest Houston.

"When I first got here I was looking for some of my people," says Mabel Rozier, a 78-year-old African-American woman sitting at a table,

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