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Murfreesboro, Tennessee / Mosque Controversy #980012

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Sep 09, 2010
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(Studio: Harry Smith) Report introduced.

(Murfreesboro, Tennessee: Seth Doane) The debate in Murfreesboro, Tennessee over plans to build a mosque featured; scenes shown of protest meetings; map shown of Islamic center battles. [Young Murfreesboro Muslim Salim SBENATY†- says he’s American all the way; says he’s afraid for his mom wearing the scarf.] [Murfreesboro resident Larry ANDERSON†- says they want to make this one nation under Islam.] [Salim’s dad Saleh SBENATY†- says it’s hard to forget what he’s heard from people who don’t know him.] [Salim’s sister Dima SBENATY†- says it’s about the growing hatred against Muslims.] [10-year-old Zaid ABUZAHRA††- reacts to being called a terrorist during recess.]

Smith, Harry;
Doane, Seth

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