But what happened didn't just happen to New York. It happened to America. The terror might be over for now right there, but a lot of other places around the US are still worried about "what if this happens again, only here". What if the people as a whole in the USA isn't ready to "move on" and build a mosque so close to ground zero?
Also if we did end up building a mosque next to ground zero how would we feel if an extremist blew up something else in our country with a lot of people still in a fragile state of mind from 9/11?
And worse, what if the extremist that decided to blow something else up here was recruited from the proposed mosque?
Asked by Anonymous at 8:54 AM on Aug. 15, 2010 in Politics & Current Events
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Wow we have to become proactive and what if is not doing this. Not all mosques represent terrorism.
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