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Muslim leaders disagree over usefulness of protest against IS
The absence of a representative from the Clonskeagh mosque at the "Not in Our Name" Muslim protest against Islamic State in Dublin on Sunday was due to lack of consultation, a spokesman has said.
It is understood the absence of representatives from the Islamic Foundation of Ireland in Dublin was for similar reasons. The event, organised by the Irish Muslim Peace & Integration Council, was the first such protest in Ireland.
Dr Ali Selim of the Clonskeagh mosque, who returned to Ireland yesterday from a trip abroad, said many Muslims in Ireland "were not aware of the demonstration", which had "come out of the blue."
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