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Submitted by Rochelle Michaels (Canada), Jul 12, 2010 at 14:52

The coach of the local boy's sport's team would occasionally be invited back to the home of his players and on one occasion he noticed a Koran on the dining table. When he picked it up, the photo of Osama Bin Laden fell out and when asked why it was there, the mother said she prayed for Bin Laden.

I doubt this woman would attend a mosque. She enjoyed her secular life and blended in the west with her bleached blond hair.

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