Mosque debate in Georgia town reveals sharp divide

Aired: 12/19/2014 | 0:10:02 | Clip
In Kennesaw, Ga., the city council recently rejected, then approved a bid to house a mosque at a shopping mall. The vote has ignited a fierce debate in the community over how residents feel about Muslims and their First Amendment right to freedom of religion. NewsHour Weekend's William Brangham reports.

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