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Michigan Islamic Academy weighs options as Justice Department reviews religious discrimination complaint
by Tom Perkins
The U.S. Department of Justice is reviewing a religious discrimination complaint against Pittsfield Township.
But leaders of a proposed Islamic academy at the center of the case have yet to decide how they will proceed regardless of the DOJ's findings.
Tarek Nahlawi, a member of the Michigan Islamic Academy board, said school leaders have multiple options to consider.
"Do we need to move forward with finding an alternative place? Do we stay at this location and see what happens with legal action against the township? This is something we're still debating internally and weighing our options," he said.
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