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The event, which was closed to the public, was part of an initiative in which leaders of both Islam and Christianity have joined together to push for “religious unity,” the Washington Post reports.

Arif Ali, an attorney in Washington, D.C., brought his 12-year-old son and told the Post that he was moved by the service.

“[It] really makes one think about the common heritage and values in Christianity and Islam,” he said.

The event, which was closed to the public, was part of an initiative in which leaders of both Islam and Christianity have joined together to push for “religious unity,” the Washington Post reports.

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