Mosk in New York at 911 site.

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WTF

Lansing, MI

#1 Aug 7, 2010
Why is this being allowed?

“NM Desert Rat”

Since: Mar 08

Elephant Butte, N.M.

#2 Aug 7, 2010
what's a mosk?
andet1987

Fond Du Lac, WI

#3 Aug 7, 2010
a mosque is a place of worship for Muslims. there will be no more bombing since it is a sacred place for worship.
FundieSmacker

Raleigh, NC

#4 Aug 7, 2010
WTF wrote:
Why is this being allowed?
This is a classic example of the intelligence of the people who ask questions like this. Are you a "teabagger" too?
KMA

Roswell, NM

#5 Aug 7, 2010
Why the hell is this being allowed? This is just a slap to the face of every victim and their families. And every American. I'm so tired of people wanting to be politicly correct.

“Incorrupta fides, nudaque veri”

Since: May 07

Vincit qui se vincit

#6 Aug 7, 2010
I agree this should NOT be allowed!

I can't believe the people of New York aren't rioting over this?
WTF

Lansing, MI

#7 Aug 8, 2010
FundieSmacker wrote:
<quoted text>This is a classic example of the intelligence of the people who ask questions like this. Are you a "teabagger" too?
Negatron,not a tea type. Insted of trying to insult me why don't you attempt to answer my question.
I tried to put it out there in the least offensive way I could.
I would like to hear some opinions on why people think this is being done.

“NM Desert Rat”

Since: Mar 08

Elephant Butte, N.M.

#8 Aug 8, 2010
I also find it troubling that they are building their mosque so close to ground zero. With that said they have a right to build it. The property that it is to be built on is private property. From what I have read they have already passed the zoning restrictions on the property. This country was founded on religious tolerance whether we agree or not with their religion. People seem to keep forgetting that innocent Muslims also died in the towers on 9-11. One thing that has bothered me from the beginning is the silence by the Muslim community about the 9-11 attacks.
WTF

Lansing, MI

#9 Aug 8, 2010
NM Desert Rat wrote:
I also find it troubling that they are building their mosque so close to ground zero. With that said they have a right to build it. The property that it is to be built on is private property. From what I have read they have already passed the zoning restrictions on the property. This country was founded on religious tolerance whether we agree or not with their religion. People seem to keep forgetting that innocent Muslims also died in the towers on 9-11. One thing that has bothered me from the beginning is the silence by the Muslim community about the 9-11 attacks.
The silence you speak of has its own message. islam is like the anaconda, very slowly will they destroy you, the message was sent BEFORE 911 and we did not listen. They treat women with the utmost brutality and we do not see, they want to establish sharia law in this country and we stand by and do nothing. Bit by bit, step by step and we are more worried about linsey f**king lohan? The pigs of islam are laughing at us as they infiltrate and FORCE us to conform with THEM instead of assimilating WITH us.

“NM Desert Rat”

Since: Mar 08

Elephant Butte, N.M.

#10 Aug 8, 2010
WTF wrote:
<quoted text>The silence you speak of has its own message. islam is like the anaconda, very slowly will they destroy you, the message was sent BEFORE 911 and we did not listen. They treat women with the utmost brutality and we do not see, they want to establish sharia law in this country and we stand by and do nothing. Bit by bit, step by step and we are more worried about linsey f**king lohan? The pigs of islam are laughing at us as they infiltrate and FORCE us to conform with THEM instead of assimilating WITH us.
I also am growing weary of the politically correctness that is plaguing us not only with the Muslims but what is going on along our southern border. We are being invaded here with all kinds of nonsense coming across the border. It is just a matter of time before the drug cartel violence just across the border comes here. Instead of securing our border we get lip service from Washington.
WTF

Lansing, MI

#11 Aug 8, 2010
NM Desert Rat wrote:
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I also am growing weary of the politically correctness that is plaguing us not only with the Muslims but what is going on along our southern border. We are being invaded here with all kinds of nonsense coming across the border. It is just a matter of time before the drug cartel violence just across the border comes here. Instead of securing our border we get lip service from Washington.
Its not just the people, they are bringing TEBURCULOSIS, BED-BUGS,etc. I have nothing against the Mexican people, I have worked along side them on the farms and they are some of the best people I have ever had the pleasure to know.
You R Idiots

Elizabethtown, KY

#12 Aug 8, 2010
Well first read the Constitution of the United States, then the 1st Ammendment to it that guarantees religious freedom, to include freedom from a religion if the person decides. Since the people setting all this up are citizens of the US and not outsiders from other countries then this covers them. Catholics have built churches in the same spot they slaughtered natives that wouldnt convert to Christianity.

People bitch and moan about this yet when it affects them in some way they are the first ones quoting the Constitution, Bill of Rights and other historical and legal documents.

Everyone has a hangup with a religion because it's what is practiced mostly in the area the perpetrators of 9-11 are generally from. Ok why aren't we forbidding Catholics or Protestants from building churches, after all the Germans are mostly those and they attacked most of Europe, twice. Why are the religions practiced in Japan allowed in the US, they did attack Pearl Harbor almost 70 yrs ago.

Get over it, they want to build a church/temple/mosque not a headquarters to operate from for Bin Laden. If it does show later that this is proven to be the fact instead - then shut down the mosque and lock up the individuals that used it as a cover for covert activity. Until they go on face value that it's to practice religion.

You people sound like you're ready to fire up the grill for some witches, or ready to build up some nice separated housing complexes based on religion or ethnicity. I'm a person that has no religion to the point I dont even consider myself athiest or agnostic - I'm a nothingist you might say. I do believe in the rights of citizens to do things lawfully under the things that people for a few hundred years have fought for and died for in this country. It has nothing to do with PC either, it has to do with common unalienable rights of citizens. Allow it to be done to a group of Muslims and next Obammy and his troop of idiots will be locking up people for being smokers, or gays, or overweight, or too skinny or too tan or too pale, or because they do anything that isnt popular with the masses.

The Arizona thing is focused on non-citizens that are here illegally, not those properly here to become citizens through naturalization.
WTF

Lansing, MI

#13 Aug 8, 2010
You R Idiots wrote:
Well first read the Constitution of the United States, then the 1st Ammendment to it that guarantees religious freedom, to include freedom from a religion if the person decides. Since the people setting all this up are citizens of the US and not outsiders from other countries then this covers them. Catholics have built churches in the same spot they slaughtered natives that wouldnt convert to Christianity.
People bitch and moan about this yet when it affects them in some way they are the first ones quoting the Constitution, Bill of Rights and other historical and legal documents.
Everyone has a hangup with a religion because it's what is practiced mostly in the area the perpetrators of 9-11 are generally from. Ok why aren't we forbidding Catholics or Protestants from building churches, after all the Germans are mostly those and they attacked most of Europe, twice. Why are the religions practiced in Japan allowed in the US, they did attack Pearl Harbor almost 70 yrs ago.
Get over it, they want to build a church/temple/mosque not a headquarters to operate from for Bin Laden. If it does show later that this is proven to be the fact instead - then shut down the mosque and lock up the individuals that used it as a cover for covert activity. Until they go on face value that it's to practice religion.
You people sound like you're ready to fire up the grill for some witches, or ready to build up some nice separated housing complexes based on religion or ethnicity. I'm a person that has no religion to the point I dont even consider myself athiest or agnostic - I'm a nothingist you might say. I do believe in the rights of citizens to do things lawfully under the things that people for a few hundred years have fought for and died for in this country. It has nothing to do with PC either, it has to do with common unalienable rights of citizens. Allow it to be done to a group of Muslims and next Obammy and his troop of idiots will be locking up people for being smokers, or gays, or overweight, or too skinny or too tan or too pale, or because they do anything that isnt popular with the masses.
The Arizona thing is focused on non-citizens that are here illegally, not those properly here to become citizens through naturalization.
GREAT really great,let them build it,fill it with weapons,preach hatred for America,send out some suicide bombers and THEN do something about it? THE CONSTITUTION IS NOT A SUICIDE PACT !!!
You R Idiots

Elizabethtown, KY

#14 Aug 8, 2010
WTF wrote:
<quoted text>GREAT really great,let them build it,fill it with weapons,preach hatred for America,send out some suicide bombers and THEN do something about it? THE CONSTITUTION IS NOT A SUICIDE PACT !!!
If you file for use of a building as a church and your last name is McVeigh should it also be turned down for similar reasoning? Paranoia does not overrule law.
WTF

Lansing, MI

#15 Aug 8, 2010
You R Idiots wrote:
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If you file for use of a building as a church and your last name is McVeigh should it also be turned down for similar reasoning? Paranoia does not overrule law.
Mc vey was a pig and shoud have been skinned alive. You gonna join this mosk you like em so much? Are you deaf and blind to the things these mooslums are doing ALL OVER THE PLANET? FIRST it's a mosk, then they start with the bitching about those around them that are NOT mooslum and how it offends them soooo much. Then they start to get violent because they are so upset that not everyone in town is mooslum. LOOK at how they operate! It is the SAME time after time!

“Incorrupta fides, nudaque veri”

Since: May 07

Vincit qui se vincit

#16 Aug 8, 2010
NM Desert Rat wrote:
I also find it troubling that they are building their mosque so close to ground zero. With that said they have a right to build it. The property that it is to be built on is private property. From what I have read they have already passed the zoning restrictions on the property. This country was founded on religious tolerance whether we agree or not with their religion. People seem to keep forgetting that innocent Muslims also died in the towers on 9-11. One thing that has bothered me from the beginning is the silence by the Muslim community about the 9-11 attacks.
Yes if the Muslim community really had issues with 9/11 then they themselves should respect the dead and their families by NOT building anywhere near the site.

I have a question, are these mosque's closed to the American public or people of non-Muslim faith?

If so then this particular mosque should be opened up voluntarily out of respect, but in any case I still think it's not right to build near the 9/11 site. It's simply a slap in the face! I can see other Muslims coming into town (some maybe with good intention and some prob not) and this becomes a big joke to them.

If your asking if I am biased over this your damn right I am and rightly so!

I've lived in Texas all my life and never saw what I did right after the 9/11 attacks (a day or two afterwards), that was a small little foreign car packed with 4 adult Muslim men all dressed in the beehive headdresses driving through downtown Fort Worth just for spite I guess but I've rarely seen it since?

I truly think we should profile these guys and come to the realization that this IS our enemy! Maybe not every one of them but for every one of them I surmise that they know someone who is most likely?
andet1987

Glencoe, IL

#17 Aug 8, 2010
this is good move by America. building a mosque on ground zero means that America has accepted the Muslim people and that they are highly respected. America is not just a Christian nation but a Muslim nation as well. America will not be attacked anymore because America is now a Muslim nation.

btw, all Muslim people trim their pubic hair regularly. i believe every one will do the same.:)

do you know why there is no more 9/11 ? because our Muslim President is a Muslim.:)
WTF

Lansing, MI

#18 Aug 8, 2010
andet1987 wrote:
this is good move by America. building a mosque on ground zero means that America has accepted the Muslim people and that they are highly respected. America is not just a Christian nation but a Muslim nation as well. America will not be attacked anymore because America is now a Muslim nation.
btw, all Muslim people trim their pubic hair regularly. i believe every one will do the same.:)
do you know why there is no more 9/11 ? because our Muslim President is a Muslim.:)
Well put down the guns, join hands and sing, ain't that cool. Anybody know where I can get an English/farsi dictionary?
Another American

Charlottesville, VA

#19 Aug 10, 2010
Just one question-- how outraged would the previous generations have been if the Japanese decided to build a religious site in Pearl Harbor? I'm not talking about religious freedom, I'm talking about respect.

“Incorrupta fides, nudaque veri”

Since: May 07

Vincit qui se vincit

#20 Aug 10, 2010
Another American wrote:
Just one question-- how outraged would the previous generations have been if the Japanese decided to build a religious site in Pearl Harbor? I'm not talking about religious freedom, I'm talking about respect.
There's a big difference. The older generations would not like it and would not understand, but the Japanese relations have changed over time, still I don't believe it would ever happen, but that was so long ago.

The muslim community on the other hand has shown no compassion towards America and COULD very easily find better suited places to build. Maybe it's a test, I don't know but I don't see the muslim community in any way shape form or fashion in the future trying to be friendly towards us like the Japanese have.

I don't see your point?

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