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Jay Sekulow, ACLJ Chief Counsel, appeared on the Sean Hannity radio program to discuss Mayor Bloomberg's disturbing decision to ban clergy - of all faiths - and prayer from the 9/11 tenth anniversary memorial service.

Listen as Jay Sekulow breaks through the facade of political correctness and explains the important role prayer played immediately following 9/11. He also explains why it is legal and appropriate for prayer to be included in the tenth anniversary ceremonies.

 

 

 

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