As many as 10,000 protesters from across the country – including family members who lost loved ones on Sept. 11, 2001 – took to the streets in New York City Sunday to fight construction of a 13-story Islamic mosque to be built just steps from Ground Zero where Muslim terrorists murdered 2,751 people in the name of Allah.-- Chelsea Schilling
Why would organizers of an Islamic mosque plan to open their doors on Sept. 11, 2011, ten years to the day after the most devastating Islamic terrorist attack against America? Moreover, why would the planners of this mosque choose the very site or as close to the site as possible where approximately 3,000 Americans died? Coincidental, I don’t think so! And neither does many other Americans. (see article)
Muslims say building a mosque on the site of the worst act of Islamic terrorism committed on U.S. soil is meant to improve Muslim American relations. Hum… Let me think about that for a moment. Nope that’s still the stupidest thing that I’ve ever heard.
Last Sunday 10,000 protesters from across the country took to the streets of New York to demonstrate what they feel is an appallingly insensitive act of disrespect for America and the Americans who died on September 11, 2001. Their message was if Muslims would like to improve relations with the people of the United States cease and desist plans to build a Mosque over the site that Islamists murdered approximately 3,000 Americans in a heinous act of jihad.
It is apparent that what Daisy Khan meant was it was only obvious to Muslims that a Mosque erected on or near the most infamous site of Islamic aggression against the United States of America would be inevitable. To most Americans who are just now realizing what it means when a mosque is placed over a site destroyed by Islamic aggression they are feeling betrayed and a little sick to the stomach.
Building a mosque on the site of ground zero is an incredibly insensitive act on the part of Muslims. This is an act from which American and Islamic relations will not be able to recover.
This mosque is a further provocation against the U.S. This mosque is a passive aggressive act stealthily furthering jihad against the infidels of the United States of America.
It is what this mosque represents is why thousands of Americans took to the streets last Sunday. Americans have had enough. No more, enough is enough. No more with the advancing of the religion of jihad. No mosque! No mosque!