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This article's subject relates to 24: Legacy.

The Parkland Mosque was a mosque located in the United States. According to Gage, Senator John Donovan's rival, the mosque "applauded terrorists, and prayed for the death of [American] troops."

Donovan's campaign manager, Nilaa Mizrani, visited the mosque during her sophomore year of college. According to her, the imam there was spreading "hatred and violence in the name of Islam," and she went to tell the attendees that he was "distorting our religion."

During Day 10, Donovan's father, Henry, and his uncle Luis showed him a damaging ad that his rival was planning to release. In it, Gage mentioned Mizrani's visit to the mosque to question Donovan's integrity. When confronted, Nilaa explained her purpose there and offered to resign, but Donovan refused, saying that he intended to stand up for her as he promised to do for the American people. ("Day 10: 1:00pm-2:00pm")

Nilaa's claim was proven when Donovan's assistant uncovered a video from a news report that showed her protesting the imam. ("Day 10: 3:00pm-4:00pm")

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