Ground zero mosque MTA ad

Ground zero mosque MTA ad

  • Russ Shahinian

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  • Cherilyn Larsen

    All communities have planning commission who issue permits to build, and many commissions deny permits to churches in certain places. The commission has the right to deny building on a particular site for various reasons. Yes, Muslims have a right to build a mosque, but they don’t have the right to build a mosque any place they want to. This is not a religious rights issue, this is a issue of what is appropriate and sensitive to the community in which the mosque is to be built. I’m tired of hearing that this is a religious liberty issue.

  • svchost.exe

    Mosque issue is tough one. I personally think people have the right to build anything they want in this country. However, this doesn’t sit with me. The imam has many radical ties. And there does seem to be a pattern of building Mosque to celebrate terrorist victories. I doubt the proposed mosque is going to be used as a community center.

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