Meet the Leaders of the Anti-Mosque Movement

Gus8/10/2010 2:55:19 pm PDT

re: #65 Cineaste

Also- this feeds into the bullshit conflation of religion and the public square. That area is not sacred. It is tragic. God didn’t do anything there and God didn’t have anything to do with what happened. If you say he did then you have to pick which God. The God of the Christians that were killed? The God of the Jews that were killed? The God of the Muslims that were killed? The God that the hijackers did it in the name of? The God of the shintos, the hindus or the buddhists?

It’s a plot of ground that is meaningful. It is not sacred.

And if it is “scared ground” why then build One World Trade Center? Like I said before that building will be open to all potential leasors including those owned by Muslims.

I often ask myself when do they plan on sunsetting this attitude. How long will these people retain their grudge against all Muslims and characterize them as if they were an entirely homogeneous group. Including going against America citizens who happen to be Muslim.

By now it is very clear. Geller, Spencer, Yerushalmi, et al, do not direct their endeavors against terrorists. It is all a calculated plan which directs their venom against all Muslims even those that are Americans.