Irving City Council Backs State Bill Muslims Say Targets Them - NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Irving City Council Backs State Bill Muslims Say Targets Them

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    Alia Salem, who directs the North Texas chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, said the Irving council had a choice between diversity and bigotry.

    The intense national spotlight on Islam has shifted to Irving, where Mayor Beth Van Duyne has accused mosque leaders of creating separate laws for Muslims and the City Council voted Thursday to endorse a state bill that Muslims say targets their faith.

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