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Chaplains decry vandalism of Muslim center

Space at Brandeis newly renovated

The office of Imam Talal Eid, the Muslim chaplain on campus, sustained the most damage. His Koran was taken, a computer was unplugged, and a door showed signs of tampering. The office of Imam Talal Eid, the Muslim chaplain on campus, sustained the most damage. His Koran was taken, a computer was unplugged, and a door showed signs of tampering. (Michele Mcdonald for The Boston Globe)
By Jason Woods
Globe Correspondent / March 11, 2010

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Last week, Muslim students at Brandeis University were rejoicing in their newly renovated suite in the student center’s basement. Finally, they had a kitchen, prayer room, and a sign announcing their presence on campus. (Full article: 662 words)

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