Paying the Jizya: Small New Jersey town forced to pay $7.75 million to Muslims in mega-mosque move

A proposed mega-mosque in a pretty little town in New Jersey was rejected by the town council last year, “citing an ordinance that limited houses of worship to major roads.” Reasonable enough. Municipal officials argued that the purpose of the ordinance was to “preserve the residential character of its various neighborhoods.”

h/t AE

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