Stephan Salisbury

Cultural Writer, Philadelphia Inquirer

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Cultural writer for the Philadelphia Inquirer and author of Mohamed's Ghosts: An American Story of Love and Fear in the Homeland

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In Murfreesboro, Tennessee, Sheboygan, Wisconsin and Temecula, California, plans for Islamic mosques have generated  heated opposition .  But the objections are different from those…

The 'Mosque at Ground Zero' and Religious Freedom

In Murfreesboro, Tennessee, Sheboygan, Wisconsin and Temecula, California, plans for Islamic mosques have generated heated opposition .  But the objections are different from those…

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The furor over what's called "the mosque" near Ground Zero centers on part of a $100 million project called  Cordoba House .

The 'Mosque at Ground Zero' and Religious Freedom

The furor over what's called "the mosque" near Ground Zero centers on part of a $100 million project called Cordoba House .

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