Proponents of the proposed Al-Nur mosque in an unincorporated area near Chino claim residents are fearful of Muslims coming to their community.

Neighbors of the proposed Islamic center have been in a legal battle with members of the Bangladeshi Sunni Muslim group over the building of a 7,512-square-foot mosque on 1.5 acres.

A court ruling earlier this year found the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors' approval of the project was justified but still ruled the Muslim group would have to certify the facility's septic system to comply with county and state environmental codes.

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