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Wouldn’t put it past them.

Via Daily Caller:

An Ohio woman who says she called Duke University — to speak her mind about a plan to allow a Muslim student group to issue a weekly call-to-prayer on campus — claims she was contacted by a member of the Duke University Police Department who said she was conducting an investigation about the phone call.

The woman, who asked to be identified only by her first name, Pam, said she called the office of the Duke men’s basketball team early Thursday after she read that the school was planning to allow the Muslim Students Association to chant a call-to-prayer, the “adhan,” over a microphone from the Duke Chapel bell tower each Friday.

The move outraged many, including Rev. Franklin Graham, the son of Billy Graham; though later in the day on Thursday, the private university in Durham, N.C., reversed its decision to allow the call-to-prayer claiming that its effort to ”unify was not having the intended effect.”

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