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Lawrenceville Highway's tranquility threatened by loud praying

Residents worried sound of praying Muslims will drown out traffic noise.

Six months after losing a battle to rid the town of karaoke, angry Lilburn residents have set their sights on an even bigger target: Islam.

The proposed expansion of an 11-year-old Dar-e-Abbas mosque on Lawrenceville Highway in Lilburn has many of the Gwinnett town's residents in a tizzy.



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