New York Board to Vote on 'Ground Zero' Mosque Plan: Should it be Approved?

A plan to build a mosque two blocks away from the Ground Zero site in lower Manhattan has opened a fiery debate that raises questions about religious freedom, tolerance and sensitivity. Plans drawn up by a group called the Cordoba Initiative call for a 15-story, $100 million building to replace an existing structure, which was damaged on 9/11 when part of a plane's landing gear smashed through the roof. The building is already used by Muslims for Friday prayer service, and the new structure...Full Story
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