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President of Connecticut Mosque Targeted in Fire Speaks Out

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President of Connecticut Mosque Targeted in Fire Speaks Out

President of Connecticut Mosque Targeted in Fire Speaks Out

A fire intentionally set at a New Haven mosque caused more than $500,000 in damage to the house of worship, which has over 300 members.

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