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Lawsuit over mosque site is dismissed

The Islamic Society of Boston has spent about $12 million on the mosque project in Roxbury. The group hopes to complete construction in time for Ramadan in September. The Islamic Society of Boston has spent about $12 million on the mosque project in Roxbury. The group hopes to complete construction in time for Ramadan in September. (justine hunt/globe staff/file 2006)
By Stephen Kurkjian
Globe Staff / February 25, 2007

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A Suffolk Superior Court judge dismissed a lawsuit that contended the Boston Redevelopment Authority's sale of a parcel of land in Roxbury for a price significantly below its appraised value to the Islamic Society of Boston violated the constitutional separation between religious groups and the state. (Full article: 579 words)

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