About 35 people gathered – along with a few counterprotesters, like the woman in the foreground – at the Historic County Courthouse in downtown Wichita on Saturday to publicly oppose Islamic law. The gathering was mostly peaceful.
About 35 people gathered – along with a few counterprotesters, like the woman in the foreground – at the Historic County Courthouse in downtown Wichita on Saturday to publicly oppose Islamic law. The gathering was mostly peaceful. Roy Wenzl The Wichita Eagle
About 35 people gathered – along with a few counterprotesters, like the woman in the foreground – at the Historic County Courthouse in downtown Wichita on Saturday to publicly oppose Islamic law. The gathering was mostly peaceful. Roy Wenzl The Wichita Eagle

Protesters gather in Wichita to oppose Sharia law

June 10, 2017 11:23 AM

UPDATED June 10, 2017 04:37 PM

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