Even though most had never seen Japan as they were second or third generation citizens here, they were imprisoned because of their ancestry.
I pray we would not repeat that decision. There are many Muslims here in our country who are peace-loving and only desire to lead quiet lives in freedom to pursue their faith.
Many have fled from countries that denied them any rights as women or even men to pursue a desired field of work. A chance to freely pursue or experience such freedom was why they fled to America.
Let us, I pray, allow them this freedom and friendship as God would have us and not be guided by fear.
Vigilance is necessary, true; but let us wisely use that vigilance to God's honor and glory.