This morning the website of a Phoenix mosque was hacked, but members of the Islamic Community Center of Phoenix say this is all a part of a larger issue.
According to members of the mosque, there have been many acts of prejudice against them since the terror attacks on France, but after their website was hacked this morning, they have a message of their own, they won't live in fear.
"We saw it early this morning, thankfully, it's been taken down, and you know they're working to get the site back up to normal."
"Vive le France" was the message left by hackers on the Islamic Community Center of Phoenix's website this morning.
"It is once again, collective punishment, blaming 1.6 billion Muslims around the world for an attack that they had nothing to do with"
Members of the mosque say it's just one of the many examples of prejudice they face on a daily basis - but add, they've also been receiving support.
"There is kind of part of the backlash we got some negative messages, but I would say the positives 10 times more than that."
However some Muslims say it's not always easy to focus on the positive.
"For some of our sisters who cover, like myself, there is some tension, some apprehension, from sisters you know being fearful out and about just because of the backlash we've seen recently"
While today it was their website that was "under construction" many believe there's more work to be done on public perception.
"Those who carry our criminal acts should be individually responsible for their own wrong doing."
Their website is back up and working, they are investigating what lead to the hack.