Metro Detroit Muslims held a vigil last night in downtown Royal Oak, in memory of those killed in an attack on the U.S. Consulate in Libya Tuesday.
U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens, along with four Americans and many civilians were killed in Benghazi.
Zanah Ghalawanji is a Syrian American.
"The Muslim community absolutely does not support anything that occurred in Libya. Violence is against our religion. Our religion is all about peace," said Ghalawanji.
Candles burned as Ghalawanji gave words of condolence to the Stevens family.
"We are deeply thankful for the courage and selfless dedication that so many of the U.S. diplomatic corps have shown in Libya, Syria and throughout the region during this turbulent period," said Ghalawanji.
The violence was sparked by a video that makes fun of Islam, and the Muslim prophet Mohammed.
David Sawulski didn't participate in the vigil. But he had a front-row sit at a nearby cafe.
"I think it is great. They're supporting the American ambassador and the U.S. by standing here and giving support for some body who has killed who was assisting those people. The ambassador was obviously loved by the Libya people," he said.
The controversial video has sparked violence in several countries.