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« Reply #50 on: Apr 17, 2013 08:00 AM »

Definitely liked the second trailer  - hoping the documentary will be a driving force to make the necessary and desirable changes that we are looking for. For those that are starting young families, or will be in the near future in the U.S. this will be something to really invest in. Of course, it's something that the entire community should be exicted about - we need to leave a strong legacy for those growing up now and those that will follow / replace us as representatives of Islam. The mosque, both as a structure and community will be an important base for that growth and positive representation that is desperately needed within our Faith community as well as for reaching out to the public in these troubled times  - which I'm sure we will face for years to come sadly. But maybe it will be an easier battle to fight with a good foundation "at home"  My thoughts.

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