Are valley Mosques concerned after Paris attacks

Presidential candidate Donald Trump spoke to FOX News's Sean Hannity about last week's deadly terror attacks in Paris. Trump says he sees a future where the country has no choice but to shut down some mosques.

"Nobody wants to shut down religious institutions or anything, but you understand it.  A lot of people understand it. We're going to have no choice.  There's absolutely no choice," said Donald Trump.

Trump's comments come following the French Government discussing the dissolution of mosques where hate is preached.

At the Muslim Community Mosque in East Phoenix, worshippers condemn the terror attack in Paris.

"The Muslims that are running around killing women and children think they are going to paradise, you are very well mistaken because this is the order of Allah, you do not kill a woman or a child," said Jamil.

They say this kind of violence is a perversion of their faith.

"The people that did that, the women who blew herself up, this is unconscionable, I don't understand this, where do you think you're going," said Jamil.

Will reaction to the horrific attack in France lead to a backlash in the valley? Jamil says so far that hasn't happened.

"We do not have any problems, we are diverse here, Africans, Pakistanis, American brothers, we are here every day, nobody bothers us," said Jamil.

What about Governor Ducey's opposition to accepting refugees after the attack?

"I don't know, you have to look at the people, you want to leave those people out there, it is a difficult thing man," said Jamil.

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