The leader of an Islamic group attended an anti-terrorism seminar at the state Capitol on Friday despite organizers' attempts to keep him out.

Adam Soltani, executive director of the Oklahoma Chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, and others were able to watch the seminar from the House gallery, despite initially being told they could not attend the event, which was held in the chamber.

Soltani tried on Friday to register and pay to attend the seminar, sponsored by the Oklahoma Counterterrorism Caucus, but was told the seminar was full.

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