"If you want to go on a picnic, go shopping, or to the movie, then go and be free Americans," he said.
"Terrorists may destroy our buildings . but never destroy our resolve and faith in America," he said. "Terrorists may shut down our institutions for a while, but will never shut down America."
Mayor Steve Means, who organized Wednesday's prayer vigil, said that as a city of prayer, he found it only fitting for the community to gather in prayer.
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Residents who attended Wednesday's vigil said they attended to show support and offer prayer for those killed in Tuesday's attack.
"My concern is mankind," she said. "Above all, I'm a Christian."
Elzorah Rainey, a resident of East Gadsden, said she attended the prayer vigil for her goddaughter in the Navy and the men and women at the Anniston Army Depot.
Americans were shocked and saddened as they watched televised coverage of two commercial airliners crashing into the twin towers of the World Trade Center in New York and one commercial airliner into the Pentagon in Washington just minutes apart Tuesday morning.
Rabbi Mark Peilen said Wednesday's gathering was a day for the community to unite in a time of grief, shock and revulsion.
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"Let your grace and mercy be upon the victims of evil doing on our soil and abroad," he said. "Comfort their loved ones, protect the innocent everywhere, and relieve the oppressed all over the Earth."
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"In the eyes of Islam, an aggression against the right of life is one against the entire human kind," he said. "For the sake of the unborn, show them a better world than what we have seen, and make their times better than what we have had (whether) black or white; East or West; Jews or Arabs."
"We've been hearing wars and rumors of wars," said the Rev. Scottie Williams, pastor of Shiloh Baptist Church on Tuscaloosa Avenue. "In light of this, we've gathered here today. Despite what happened, we must be assured the Lord is still God."
"How can such monstrous acts occur in the United States of America?" he asked. "Let the day come when war and bloodshed vanish like smoke."
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Means told residents to not let Tuesday's act of terrorism make them become hostages to their own fears.
"We should only be plenty sorrowful," he said. "There is no need to panic." Means said he did not know if it was proper at Wednesday's vigil to address the rumors of those responsible for Tuesday's attacks, but would.
"Jesus offer us peace . peace in the land, peace at home and peace in our hearts," said the Rev. Thomas Kelley, pastor of St. James Catholic Church, in reference to Tuesday's terrorist attacks.
Earth," he said. "Let us be a beacon to the world and pray for unselfishness to others that we will open up our borders to those who desire the things we have had in the past."
Ajamoughli asked for God's mercy and understanding for victims of Tuesday's attacks.
"I want to make sure they're OK," she said.
Ghaith Ajamoughli, representing the Islamic Society of Alabama, said his organization "flatly condemns the attacks on Tuesday without any hesitation or reservations for whoever committed them.
"The killing of innocent people is beyond debate," he said.
The Rev. Phillip Ellen, pastor of Crosspoint Community Church, asked residents to pray for all victims of Tuesday's attack.
Means said residents should not succumb to rumors of potential gas shortages or that banks aren't cashing checks.
Ronnie Noble, one of several students attending from the Gadsden Job Corps, said, "We want to show that the youth want to show support just as older people."
"Every American should be in prayer," said Louise Vaughan, a resident of North Gadsden. "It's the very least we can do. The very least is to come out and pray for those people. At home my flag is lowered to half staff and I'm praying very earnestly for the people and country."
Ajamoughli said in the Islamic faith the killing of one innocent person is like the killing of all people.
Teressa Clayton of Gadsden said she prayed for her son, Jerry Oliver, who serves in the Army National Guard.
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