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Complaints halt Muslim author's visit to school
by Freda R. Savana
Lisa Abdelsalam said she feels "like she swallowed poison" in the days since the threat of parental protests caused the Muslim mother and author to cancel a talk with students at A.M. Kulp Elementary School in Hatfield.
"I have a such a sick feeling in my stomach," said Abdelsalam, 48, who lives in Colmar with her husband and children, all of whom were or are North Penn students.
Born in Lansdale, the 1981 North Penn High School graduate converted to Islam at 19, when she married her husband, who is from Egypt.
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