Mosque foes argue to intervene in federal case
Worshipers leave the Islamic Center of Murfreesboro after midday prayers Aug. 10, in Murfreesboro, Tenn. Opponents of the new Tennessee mosque want a federal judge to give them a say in a religious discrimination case involving the building. For two years the group fought to shut down construction of the Islamic Center of Murfreesboro in state court. A federal judge will rule next week on whether opponents of a Murfreesboro mosque can have a say in a religious discrimination case involving the building.
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