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No Trump-Ordered ‘Raid’ on Muslim Community

Q: Did President Trump order a raid on Islamberg, New York, that uncovered weapons?

A: No. A false story from 2017 links the Muslim community to an unrelated arrest of a man on weapons charges.

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The Muslim settlement of Islamberg in upstate New York has for years been the subject of intrigue and online allegations. Motorcyclists have protested the community, calling it a breeding ground of jihad. A former congressional candidate from Tennessee also was convicted of planning an attack on the community’s mosque.

Despite by law activity, suspicions espoused online have lingered — and so too has a fabricated story.

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