Inside the second floor of a nondescript, office space in a South Willow Street strip mall here, 300 men of diverse cultures and one faith stand, squat and kneel in unison Friday afternoon while their religious leader counsels the flock of the Islamic Society of New Hampshire.

"The way we do it is with action and kindness, promoting goodness and love," said Imam Sherif Shabaka.

"We have to show ourselves; let our neighbors know they are safe around us."

But one author, who claims to have a dossier about this holy place maintains the temporary mosque is anything but a safe haven and his explosive report touched off plenty of push back from many quarters in Manchester.

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