Jeff Horseman

Staff Writer, Press-Enterprise

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Staff writer at the Press-Enterprise, based in Temecula, California

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A  new mosque  in Temecula in southeastern Riverside County was approved by the City Council, but not until 3:30 this morning after eight and a half hours of debate.

Temecula Mosque Approved after Contentious Hearing

A new mosque in Temecula in southeastern Riverside County was approved by the City Council, but not until 3:30 this morning after eight and a half hours of debate.

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