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Ground Zero Mosque

By jimstaro - Posted on 10 August 2010

Ground Zero Mosque Not at Ground Zero and Not a Mosque : Veterans Today

Exchange among civilizations is a tremendous source for the creation of value and most of all, the value of diversity and tolerance

The above seems Not to be the ideals nor following the {re}written teachings of the so called self labeled 'christians' in the U.S. in this New Century carrying over from the previous but with louder whining and obscene hatreds, then they wonder why others shun them!!

August 9, 2010 - After 9/11 attacks, islamophobia began to take shape in the collective consciousness of the American and western general public. But for the American Muslims it was a lot more than viewing this antipathy on TV, they were living it, day in and day out.

Human history is replete with disasters brought about by attitudes of arrogance and superiority complex based on race, color, language and religious affiliation.

And the latter has been the example of the latest uproar over what is called Ground Zero mosque in lower Manhattan, New York.

The New York Landmarks Preservation commission on Tuesday denied landmark status to a building near the World Trade Center site, freeing a group to convert the property into an Islamic community center and mosque that has drawn national opposition. Continued

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