WASHINGTON - A prominent Muslim civil rights and advocacy organization Tuesday called on American mosques to step up security following attacks by an anti-Islam right-wing terrorist in Norway that left more than 70 people dead. The Washington-based Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) also called on state, local and national law enforcement and security agencies to drop Islamophobic trainers who were cited in the terrorist's manifesto. In a statement, CAIR National Executive Director Nihad Awad said:, "Our hearts go out to the families and loved ones of all those killed and injured in these unconscionable and inexcusable terror attacks. As we have stated repeatedly in the past, extremist rhetoric can lead to violence. "Because the Norway terrorist left a manifesto designed to inspire similar attacks, and because he claims there are others who share his beliefs ready to strike, we urge mosques and Muslim institutions to step up security measures using CAIR's 'Muslim Community Safety Kit.'