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New Jersey Man Taken Aback by ISIS Flag Flap, Says He Was 'Expressing My Religion'
by Sarah Figalora
A photo of a New Jersey home flying a flag that resembled the flag of ISIS, the militant group being bombed by U.S. planes in Iraq, sparked alarm and a complaint to the Department of Homeland Security -- but the home's occupant said he meant no offense and was just expressing his religion.
Mark Dunaway told ABC News that he's flown that black flag for the 10 years he's lived in Garwood, New Jersey.
"I'm Muslim, and I fly a flag in front of my home that says I'm a Muslim," he said.
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