It's un-American for N.J. town to deny mosque | Opinion

March 20, 2016

Basking Ridge, a section of Bernards Township, was originally settled in the 1720s by British and Scottish people escaping religious persecution.

And so, one would think, it’s old enough to know, to appreciate, and to be mindful of its roots. But, judging by the news of late, that appreciation seems in doubt — well, at least among some current residents.

By Linda Stamato | Star-Ledger Guest Columnist

NJ.com, March 20

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