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A strong work ethic, devotion to God and family, conservative views on abortion and sexuality — on these scores and more, the newcomers would appear to be right in stride with the traditional-values folk in Anytown, USA.
In view of the Christian gospel followed by most of the established residents, you might assume they'd extend a hand of hospitality. You certainly wouldn't expect them to resist the newcomers' worship centers, would you? Or squander an opportunity to enlist potential allies in the fight against the country's inexorable drift toward coarseness and secularism?
These perfectly logical thoughts might run through your mind until you learned that the newcomers in question often have Middle Eastern-sounding names, wear beards or head scarves, and take their spiritual cues from the Quran. And then you'd know that the situation was bound to play out on a whole different frequency. At flashpoints from Temecula, Calif., to Gainesville, Fla., to New York, N.Y., and all along the low road in between, mongers of fear and haters of the "other" are sounding the alarm about Islam with a new level of intensity. To hear it from conservative spokesman Newt Gingrich and those of a similar persuasion, the Muslims between our shores are bent on taking over the country and imposing their "un-American" values.
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