We Stand With the Victims of 9/11, We Oppose the Mosque at “Ground Zero,” and We Urge You to Join Us in Opposition To Mayor Michael Bloomberg and the Elected Officials of New York:We the undersigned join with millions of Americans who are opposed to the founding of a mosque at the very site where Islamist jihadists destroyed the World Trade Center and took the lives of nearly 3,000 people. We are opposed to the grotesque symbolism represented by the building of this mosque at “ground zero.” We are especially appalled that those pushing for this mosque have designated its grand opening date for September 11, 2011 – the ten year anniversary of the worst terrorist attack in U.S. history. We are deeply disturbed by the insensitivity to the families of the victims of the 9/11 jihadist attack exhibited by Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf and his supporters. We find it grossly hypocritical that Islamists and their allies repeatedly lecture Americans about the need to be “sensitive” to Muslims while Imam Rauf and his allies practice the height of intolerance and insensitivity through the blatant act of building a mosque at “ground zero.” We are offended by the views Imam Rauf has expressed about 9/11, such as his conspiratorial theory that Muslims did not perpetrate the 9/11 attack and that America’s policies were partly to blame for the attack. Such views are a slap in the face of the victims and families of 9/11. We find it repulsive that Imam Rauf and his followers and supporters would seek to build a mosque near ground zero promoting the same Sharia ideology that the 9/11 hijackers used as the justification for their act of unconscionable murder. Therefore, in deference to the families of the 9/11 victims and their memory, we call upon the elected officials of New York to oppose the building of this mosque near ground zero and for them to urge Feisal Abdul Rauf and his followers to find another location for it.
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Raymond C. Strahan, United States5 years ago Comments: I don't believe that a Mosque should be placed where Muslim terrorist destroyed the towers and killed too many americans. Yes it may not have been any of the Muslims involved in the attack. But, now days you don't know who is a friend or a foe. This country is starting to loose it's back bone. We are getting rid of too many things that this country was built on i.e. the bible (IN GOD WE TRUST).
leonard nemeth, United States5 years ago Comments: as for me i belive i have the wright too speak and say they dont have the too put it their.put something that honors the people whom put life in thier own hands,and save others from death.i have given 30 yrs for country and for others too in enjoy there freedom
Rhonda Rogers, United States5 years ago Comments: -
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