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NEW YORK (AP) — New York City police are investigating a threatening note signed "Muslim Slayer" that was sent to a mosque.
Imam Ibrahim Yavas of the American Turkish Eyup (EYE'-oop) Sultan Cultural Center in Brooklyn told police he got the letter Tuesday, mailed to his residence at the center.
The letter said the writer had a "dirty little secret" and fantasized about "killing nonwhites," including the recipient.
The hate crimes task force is assigned to the case. No arrests have been made.
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