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Mosques Open Their Doors to Neighbors in Effort to Win Over Skeptics
by Lauren Green
The prayers, the Koran and the people. They're the three things Muslims would like Americans to know about.
To counter negative stereotypes, Muslim leaders nationwide are flinging open the doors to their mosques, hoping to present a positive image of Islam.
"The main thing is to open the doors and to share with people, to clarify who we are so people have no fears, so we can develop stronger relationships overall," says Imam Al-Amin Abdul Latif of the Islamic Leadership Council of New York.
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