A Vigo County Muslim man insists he was never told to not go beyond the main office at his daughters' elementary school, as school administrators suggest.

"Nobody told me to stop," recalled Mohammed Alharbi, 34, a father of four. "Unfortunately, they gave me a visitor's tag:  that means I can go and observe class to class."

Alharbi's visit to Dixie Bee Elementary School in Terre Haute, the morning of Friday, February 8, is stirring much controversy; it's even launched an internal investigation behind the walls of the kindergarten through fifth grade school, according to high-ranking leaders of the Vigo County School Corporation.

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