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Britain Drops Effort to Shut Down Mosques

The British government Thursday dropped a key part of the anti-terrorism legislation proposed after the deadly July 7 suicide bombings on London’s transit system, abandoning its effort to let police shut down extremist mosques. The mosque proposal, introduced a month after four suspected suicide bombers killed 52 bus and Underground passengers, had been criticized by police and religious organizations. It was among strict measures that would allow Britain to expel foreigners who preach hatred, bar entry to Muslim radicals and ban membership in extremist organizations. Full Story

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