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New York City's  Landmarks Preservation Commission  has cleared the way for a Muslim community center, including a mosque, to be constructed two blocks from Ground Zero.

Decision Clears Way for Ground Zero Mosque

New York City's Landmarks Preservation Commission has cleared the way for a Muslim community center, including a mosque, to be constructed two blocks from Ground Zero.

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