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TEXAN JUSTIN NORMAND SENDS A MESSAGE OF UNITY TO MUSLIMS IN HIS COMMUNITY—AND FINDS SUPPORT FROM AROUND THE WORLD
“I plan to continue my support,” says Justin Normand (outside the Islamic Center of Irving, Texas, in November).

On Friday, Nov. 25, Justin Normand woke up ready to take a stand. Infuriated by reports of hate crimes against Muslims and calls to ban them from immigrating

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