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Worshipper Osama Abdelli leaves flowers by the side of the Salman Al-Farisi Islamic Center in Corvallis, Ore. Sunday, Nov. 28, 2010, where an alleged arsonist set a fire in the early morning hours. Anger on Sunday over a Somali-born teen's failed plan to blow up a van full of explosives during Portland's Christmas tree lighting ceremony apparently erupted in arson on Sunday when a fire damaged the Islamic center once frequented by the suspect. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)
Photo by: Rick Bowmer
Worshipper Osama Abdelli leaves flowers by the side of the Salman Al-Farisi Islamic Center in Corvallis, Ore. Sunday, Nov. 28, 2010, where an alleged arsonist set a fire in the early morning hours. Anger on Sunday over a Somali-born teen's failed plan to blow up a van full of explosives during Portland's Christmas tree lighting ceremony apparently erupted in arson on Sunday when a fire damaged the Islamic center once frequented by the suspect. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)

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