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the deadly attacks killing four u. s. marines in chattanooga hitting the city like a thunderbolt and no group is more shocked than the city's muslim community and zac gorman of islamic center greater chattanooga with them gunman's family prays , we have no , you know it just came , you know that indicated in , strange i asked i said he'd ever been alarmed about extremism in his own community no , this week i have not i can stand look at you know have never had any members , this community that hasn't done anything alerted me that they need to be as reported if i have i would have done it immediate the f. b. i. says twenty four year old muhammad yusuf abdel aziz opened fire to u. s. military recruiting center in naval reserve base , he died after a gunfight with police , authorities say it appears to have been a so called lone wolf attack possibly inspired by islamic state militants , it's just said for muslims its appearance worst nightmare worst enemy , the idea , when , it would be exposed , it's not , if you have an idea , charles , or a young man or young woman , that is what what does the damage , it's friday also coincides with a lasted a holy month of ramadan festival noticed he'd sometimes compared christmas as far as this joyous this , but this community is calling all of that off in the wake of this tragedy