Let me begin this with statement: I do not believe those in favor of the Mosque are in favor of terrorism, per se. Are they proposing the Mosque to laud 9/11 over New Yorkers? I doubt that as well. However, there seems to be fishy things going on underneath the surface.
Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf, the man who is the driving force behind the Mosque, has an odd/shady background, which Hot Air reported on here. Mr. Rauf is associated with Mahathir Mohamad, an outspoken 9/11 truther and anti-Semite. Mahathir Mohamad said, quote, "There is strong evidence that the attacks were staged. If they can make Avatar, they can make anything." With these connections to the Mosque, it is understandable to be weary of such a project.
|Imam Rauf in front of proposed Mosque|
And that's the thing. Not all Muslims are bad people, but if the families of the victims of 9/11 don't want a Mosque two blocks away from Ground Zero, who can blame them? If you are throwing a party for your friend to cheer him up, why force him to deal with your boss? If you are building a Mosque to worship God, why build it near Ground Zero? The fact that Imam Rauf and his followers are trying to force this Mosque, utterly disregarding the feelings of the victims' families, screams that there is an ulterior motive here.
These things, the force and disregard for feelings, the lack of explanation, and so forth, tell me that there is an ulterior motive behind this Mosque. What it is, I am not sure.
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