Building A Mosque Two Blocks From Ground Zero Is A Grievous Insult To The People Who Died On 9/11


On 9/11 : radical Muslims murdered almost 3,000 Americans in the name of Islam. Now, Islam is going to be allowed to profit from those attacks? Manhattan liberals say “yes,”

A New York community board has resoundingly backed a controversial plan for an Islamic cultural center and mosque two blocks from Ground Zero.

The non-binding vote by the Manhattan community board late Monday passed 29:1 with 10 abstentions in a strong endorsement of the planned project.

The equivalent of this would be building a “tribute to Japanese military history” at Pearl Harbor. Why do you think they’re building a mosque on that spot? They’re not blind to the symbolism of it. It’s to send a message: “We killed your people and benefitted from it. In your face!” How many smirking radical Muslims will go to that mosque, so that they can laugh over the graves of dead infidels? It won’t be a small number. You know it, I know it, and the people who want to build that mosque know it, too.

The liberals who are turning a blind eye to this are not just wrong; : they’re doing something that’s extremely provocative, potentially dangerous, and utterly immoral. Isn’t it ironic that the same liberals who are always going on and on about sensitivity don’t give a d@mn about urinating on the graves of the thousands of Americans who were murdered by radical Islamists on 9/11 by building a mosque at Ground Zero?

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