BOSTON, Sept. 12, 2012 – Muslim Americans condemned violence in Egypt and Libya that left four Americans dead, but remain concerned that the deaths could rekindle anti-Muslim sentiment just as post-9/11 resentment was starting to ebb.

Nasser Weddady, the civil rights outreach director at the American Islamic Congress, agreed that protests would be useful in showing that American Muslims do not condone terrorism.

“We could, as a community, do what the Libyans did, and take to the streets and protest,” said Weddady, referring to the Libyan revolution that overthrew dictator Moammar Gadhafi last year.

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