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Muslim groups say ERAU guest spews hatred
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By Annie Martin, The Daytona Beach

DAYTONA BEACH — A professor known for his controversial views about Islam and terrorism will field questions at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University this week.

Amiens: two elderly Muslims attacked by far right thugs on way to mosque
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By France-Soir News / Service Miscellaneous Facts (with AFP)

En route to the mosque, the two old men were beaten by two men claiming the extreme right.

Neighbors oppose construction of mosque on Longview street
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Some tight knit neighbors in Longview are protesting construction of a mosque on their street. The spot is technically in Gregg county but right next to their homes. “We have respect for their religion and we’re not against that but we just did not want all the traffic,” says neighbor Rhonda Harris.

Kulsoom Abdullah honors Muslim faith, makes history at US weightlifting nationals
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Kulsoom Abdullah has become the first woman to compete in the U.S. weightlifting championships while wearing clothing that covers her legs, arms and head.

Man already knows everything he needs to know about Muslims
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Gentries made a conscious decision to stop learning anything new about the Muslim faith on May 22, 2005. Local man Scott Gentries told reporters Wednesday that his deliberately limited grasp of Islamic history and culture was still more than sufficient to shape his views of the entire Muslim world.

A Symbol of Tolerance, or an Affront?
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I was at what turned into ground zero on 9/11, and despite all the years that have passed, the images of that day have not faded from my memory. I suspect that is true for all who were there and witnessed the jumpers, the collapse of the twin towers and the overall horror of those few morning hours on a beautiful September day.