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This kind of shit just pisses me off. It's political correctness at it's worst.
It is like people are so focused on their feigned moral indignation and the political correct thing to say that they forget to use common sense
These people lost loved ones by people dressed in Muslim Garb who murdered them in the name of the Muslim faith. To explain that hearing Muslim worship bells going off and seeing people in full garb going to a place where the leader says the U.S. has spilled more blood than Al Qaeda is completely unnecessary when there are two other mosques already 12 blocks away
Sorry the victims aren't robots and can't just use cold logic and compartmentalize every emotion as they go to visit the site their child was murdered. But maybe the onus shouldn't be on them. But people would push it on them just so they can act morally superior. It makes them feel good about themselves. How selfish and sad and petty that is.
Since when don't the feelings of parents whose children were murdered come first? It is not like what is being asked in respecting their space is such an imposition.