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Jay Sekulow appeared on the Curtis Sliwa radio show broadcast in New York City to discuss the ACLJ suit to stop the construction of an Islamic mosque at Ground Zero and Mayor Bloomberg’s decision to exclude clergy and prayer from the 9/11 memorial service.

Listen as Jay Sekulow discusses the importance of including prayer, especially on 9/11.

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