"Truthfully, American people are wonderful; very loving and open and that's one reason I'm proud to be an American. You rarely come up against somebody that's belligerent," said Tahira Khan. "In the few instances we have trouble, most American people would stand shoulder to shoulder with us and try to help us with it."
The event on Jan. 9 is at 5:30 p.m. at Temple Sinai at 509 Broadway. After the questions and discussion there will be a vegetarian potluck supper. Space is limited and pre-registration can be made by calling Linda LeTendre at 533-4781 or e-mailing email@example.com. Other peace and faith groups sponsoring the program are The Saratoga Peace Alliance, Temple Sinai, the Kairos Community, the Presbyterian-New England Congregational Church, Saratoga Quakers and Unitarians.