When Dr. Farrohk Sekaleshfar took the podium Monday night at the Husseini Islamic Center in Sanford to give a talk on women's issues, attendees said his talk was well-received.

The discussion he was slated to have at the Center Tuesday, though, caused a stir in the city, with some calling English-born Sekaleshfar's stance "reprehensible."

Homosexuality as it applies to Islam is a topic Sekaleshfar has been addressing since at least 2013, when he addressed a crowd at the University of Michigan.

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