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that she isn't focusing on men at the moment, and is instead concentrating on herself."I'm just really focusing on myself, and my work, and just being the best that I can be," she said."I'm not really worried about what guys think about me, I'm just trying to be a woman!But then that’s the same thing about the bells, you know, if you live right next door to the bells you have a different opinion of them.SEVERSON: You mean if you live right next door to a Christian church? SEVERSON: So most of the furor over a Muslim-majority city council here seems to have come from outside Hamtramck, not from within.Fears, real, genuine fears that people have from fear-mongering that goes on, you know, the anti-Muslims fear-mongering that goes on. Michigan state law says you can’t sell alcohol within 500 feet of a school, church, or mosque. Hamtramck has a long, close relationship with alcohol, dating back to prohibition.

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BASHAR IMAM: Once I close the door on my own house, the Constitution of the United States of America protects me practicing religion the way I want to, sharia or otherwise. That is my right as an American, and the Constitution says so.The biggest fear nationwide seems to be that if Muslims take over they will institute sharia law. My rule is going to be the US Constitution and the state and the city law.Saad Almasmari, the new city councilman, says sharia won’t happen here. SEVERSON: At a recent call to prayer, the imam was delivering a powerful sermon about family values.Hamtramck, Michigan was once the home of Polish Catholics and an auto manufacturing plant that employed 45,000 workers.

Today it is a much smaller community, more than half of which is Muslim, and it is the only American town with a Muslim-majority city council.

"I am proud to be a Muslim."In a country rife with Islamophobia, props to Bella for promoting visibility.