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The Muslim family of al-Nafir took over one of the biggest Eid al-Adha celebrations after ordering hundreds of sheep, goats and cows to be slaughtered and sold in stores.
According to the Washington Post, the authorities in Virginia against the family of a Muslim slaverine butcher and decided not to grant him the permits he received every year for that occasion, which led to the fact that most Muslims in the state could not buy meat from the butcher who deals with him That opportunity.
In an attempt to show the increasing violence against Muslims in the state, the American police have placed barricades and barricades for the Lebanese butchery to prevent buyers from dealing with him.
"These people depend on us to deliver the meat once a year, and I do not know what to tell them now," said Samir Rababih, who helps his father, Khalid, to run the store.
The American police claimed that the Lebanese Muslim family always crosses the boundaries of the shopping area and increases the situation by breaking it more than once, thus leading to his punishment.
The Rababih family did not deny their violation of borders, but confirmed that what happens to them is a kind of racism against Muslims, coming from their neighbor who does not like to be with him in the state, noting that the police the city claims respect for their religion, but this did not happen.
The authorities of the state allowed the Lebanese family to kill and sell to the public, but they have tightened their grip on them by restricting sales by a number of barriers.
The Washington Post reported that what happened to the Lebanese family takes place on a larger scale in every region and city in the United States.
The article, published by the Pew Research Center, confirmed that 3 out of 4 Muslims believe and believe that the US president hates their religion, their presence in their country, and that "all Muslims" are applied throughout the United States.
The Washington Post reported that the size of Muslim-owned stores has become a widespread problem throughout the nation, and that Muslims have filed lawsuits for their rights.
After the incident of the Wharton store owned by the Lebanese family of the butcher's shop, Nihad Awad, the executive director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, said that Muslims are too sensitive when it comes to restricting the shops to Muslims to to prevent them from performing religious rituals.
According to the Washington Post, about 200 buyers appeared during the Eid al-Adha days, but the American police overcame them as a result of roadblocks and police cars.
"Honestly, I feel that what happens to her father's store is an opposition to Muslims in general," A Rababih said.
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