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Palestinian flag sparks debate in Lincolnwood News
Palestinian flag sparks debate in Lincolnwood
An emotional debate over the presence of the Palestinian flag on Lincoln Avenue this month drew a passionate crowd of nearly 200 people to Lincolnwood Village Hall Monday night, most of whom supported a stance taken by the Human Relations Commission to allow the flag stay.
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