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She grew up in the college town, traveled the globe as a journalist and returned home seeking comfort in the familiar to raise her newborn son. But when former Wall Street Journal reporter Asra Nomani tried to pray in the main hall of Morgantown, West Virginia's new mosque, she was forcefully told she couldn't.

Women had a separate prayer section. They also had their own entrance. Then she started hearing disturbing messages being preached during prayer services.

"The West is on a dark path."

"To love the Prophet is to hate those who hate him."


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