State Rep. Tom McMillin is asking the Attorney General’s Office to investigate an incident involving four Christian missionaries who were arrested at the Arab International Festival in Dearborn after talking to festivalgoers about religion . . .

Officials with the Michigan chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations said they support the Dearborn police in their decision to arrest the men, who were passing out Christian missionary literature. In a statement, CAIR said the group did not play by the rules of the festival, which require religious groups to pass out their materials at a paid booth or outside of the festival area. (More)


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