Punstarr wrote:Just to clarify... It wasn't "the Muslims" who perpetrated the attack on 9/11 anyway. It was a small faction of radical extremists. Most American Muslims are ashamed of what those radicals did in the name of Mohammed. I see no problem with them putting in a mosque so close to the ground zero site. It's not like they're building -on- ground zero, after all...
leafman343 wrote:What is historical about the building? the fact that it has been around for quite a while? My house is over a hundred years old (101 to be exact) but no one in my city would give two craps if it was torn down. The building has to have had a historic event take place within it or be a major land mark to be a historical building.
Besides if it was a christian extremist group that commited the attacks on 9/11, would you be angry if someone want to build a church there?
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