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Topic - Islamic Society Of Boston
The mosque attended by the two brothers suspected of bombing the Boston Marathon recommended at one time that men with disobedient wives beat them if necessary.
At least one Boston mosque attended by the Tsarnaev family has refused to provide funeral services for the killed Boston bombing suspect, Tamerlan Tsarnaev, his aunt said on Wednesday.
The dramatic events in Boston last week have given rise to what President Obama would call a "teachable moment." The question is, will we "connect the dots"? More to the point, will our leaders, the media and the rest of us have the intellectual integrity and courage to learn the evident lessons?
The 26-year-old suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings who was killed Friday was kicked out of a Cambridge, Mass., mosque prayer service three months ago for an outburst against the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., two worshippers told the Los Angeles Times Saturday.