I wish people would understand the difference between Muslims and "Muslim Extremists" or aka "terrorists". I understand why they are upset but putting all emotions aside and actually looking at it logically, there is a distinct difference between someone's place of worship and someone's crazy mind.
Answer by BriHan06 at 1:52 PM on Aug. 4, 2010
I understand what you are saying and there is a difference, I just feel that most people feel it is a slap in the face doing this so close to the memorial site, even though I am very well aware that these Muslim, are not extremist or terrorist do it somewhere else, out of respect for the many lives lost and the ones still mourning. the location is what most reject, not the actual place of worship.
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Answer by mustbeGRACE at 7:09 PM on Aug. 3, 2010
Building a mosque on OUR sacred ground - it is WRONG. Muslims KILLED thousands of innocents on 9/11. The koranis a hate filled blueprint on what to do with those of us who will not convert - kill us, or enslave us - and some of us just keep preaching "tolerance"- forget that - If I lived in NY I would be tempted to drive a semi through that building every single day - BTW - there are many mosques in that area - they do not need another one anywhere near where the Twin Towers were - and no, there was NOT one at that spot previously.
Answer by misskimmy62 at 7:11 PM on Aug. 3, 2010