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Five big stories from winter break

Adriana Heldiz

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Five big stories from winter break

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  1. Craig on January 20th, 2017 2:43 am

    Taqiyya (lying) is a tenet of Islam. It is permitted under sharia law, but not U.S. or California laws.

    When will the Daily Aztec write about the Muslim hate crime hoax phenomenon. One of these hoaxes occurred at SDSU, so they should tackle this issue that is clearly directed at the non-Muslim community.

    What are the rules at SDSU for false reporting of a crime? Doesn’t it violate the student constitution?

    Why aren’t Aisha Sharif and her friend being punished for their lies and false accusations? It’s interesting that the authorities are letting it slide for a Muslim woman who “forgot where she parked her car”.

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