Denver area Muslims aren't satisfied with an apology from U.S. Rep. Tom Tancredo about his remarks about bombing Islamic holy sites.
Speaking at a rally Saturday, Gerald Muhammad, a Nation of Islam minister, said Tancredo should be removed from office.
Muhammad and other Muslims spoke to about 200 people at the "With Justice Comes Peace" at Civic Center Park.
Tancredo has been under fire since July 15 when he told a radio host that the United States could "take out their holy sites," if Islamic terrorists attacked the country with nuclear bombs.
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