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Georgia School Divided over Muslim Prayer

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Georgia School Divided over Muslim Prayer

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Georgia School Divided over Muslim Prayer

Georgia School Divided over Muslim Prayer

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A school in Georgia is wrestling with the problem of how to allow Muslim students to observe a religious tradition and pray with fellow Muslims on Friday. The students are asking to miss classes on Friday afternoon. The school has made some proposals but no solution has yet emerged. Joshua Levs reports.

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