ISNA Rep Quoted in the Indy Star: No reason to grieve’: Friends pay tribute to Kassig at Butler

The memorial bulletin for the Indianapolis native slain by the Islamic State has two names on it – Abdul-Rahman and Peter Edward. But at an interfaith service Sunday at Butler University, Abdul-Rahman Peter Kassig was remembered by many more. Humanitarian. Soldier. Medical technician. Student. Brother. Son. Hundreds attended the service at Clowes Hall in memory of Kassig, 26, who grew up near Broad Ripple, joined the Army Rangers and later gave his time, money and ultimately his life to helping Syrian refugees….

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