USA: Interfaith vigil held for victims of New York terror attack An Interfaith Vigil for Peace with members of different religious communities was held on Wednesday in lower Manhattan's Foley Square, in response to Tuesday's New York City terrorist attack in which eight people were killed. Attendees arrived with sign reading «Religions against violence» and “Faiths of peace». They lit candles... Еще and called on authorities not to place the blame for the tragedy on Muslim communities. “…Anyone who uses language of religion to oppress, to hurt, to abuse anyone, whether they are Christian, Jewish, Buddhist, Muslim or Hindu, they are the ones that are blaspheming God's name», said one of the attendees. The tragic incident occurred when a driver mowed a truck into pedestrians on Tuesday afternoon. The suspect, a 29-year-old man named Sayfullo Saipov, was shot in the stomach and taken into custody. He has recently been filed with terror charges.