Oak Creek, Wisc. — August 8, 2012 — In the aftermath of Sunday’s killing spree, which may have been motivated by white supremacy beliefs, some residents of Oak Creek, Wis., feel compelled to draw nearer to their Sikh neighbors.

The terrorist attacks of 9/11 forced religious intolerance on most people’s radar, which has led to increased solidarity among different religious groups whenever a hate crime occurs in their community, says Zainab al-Suwaij, executive director of the American Islamic Congress in Washington.

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