PLAINFIELD, Ind. (AP) - An American Muslim group said it has established a fund to
benefit the families of victims in the Fort Hood shootings.
The Islamic Society of North America announced Monday that it's
collaborating with other Muslim organizations and interfaith groups
to collect donations to help the families.
The attack Thursday at the Texas military post killed 13 people
and injured 29 others. Authorities said the shooting was done by
Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, an Army psychiatrist who is a Muslim.
A message seeking additional comment was left with a spokesman
for the Plainfield, Ind.-based Islamic Society.
Donations may be made to "Fort Hood Family Fund" and sent to the
headquarters of The Islamic Society of North America, P.O. Box 808,
Plainfield, IN 46168 or