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Hoboken Christmas Hoax

Q: Is the newly elected mayor of Hoboken, New Jersey, a Muslim and did he cancel “government involvement” in Christmas? A: No. Ravinder Bhalla is a Sikh, not a Muslim, […] The post Hoboken Christmas Hoax appeared first on FactCheck.org.

Q: Is the newly elected mayor of Hoboken, New Jersey, a Muslim and did he cancel “government involvement” in Christmas?

A: No. Ravinder Bhalla is a Sikh, not a Muslim, and he hasn’t instituted such a ban. He won’t even take office until Jan. 1, 2018.

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Democratic Hoboken Councilman-at-Large is not Muslim. He actually became the a mayoral election in New Jersey on Nov. 7

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