Chance that Muslim holiday could fall on 9/11 has religious leaders on edge

For the first time since Sept. 11, 2001, a Muslim holiday that traditionally draws large, buoyant crowds could coincide with the anniversary of the bloodiest terrorist attacks in American history. The optics of large crowds, dressed in holiday attire, gathering for prayers and celebrations in public spaces on a day of mournful remembrances of 9/11 has put religious leaders on guard.