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Notre Dame Fire Fuels Anti-Muslim Conspiracy Theory

FactCheck.org Wednesday, 17 April 2019
Notre Dame Fire Fuels Anti-Muslim Conspiracy TheoryA website cites an erroneous tweet, innuendo and unrelated events to falsely suggest there were "Muslim ties" to the Notre Dame fire.

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Over 800 years of history turned to ash and rubble. A truly horrific scene on the world stage.

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