Few Americans understand the complexity and history of Islam or the Muslim world. That needs to change.
Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf said on Wednesday night that if he had known how much strife would arise over his plan for a mosque two blocks from the World Trade Center site, he would not have proposed it.
Rauf made a number of comments that would make anyone who is not concerned about the mosque at the Ground Zero site rethink their support
Americans’ concerns about radical Islam and the Ground Zero Mosque are rational and justifiable. The media just doesn’t get it.
Ground Zero imam says U.S. worse than al-Qaeda - Human Events
New audio has surfaced of the Ground Zero mosque imam saying that the U.S. “has been far more deadly than al-Qaeda”
The remarks from Abdul Rauf came while the imam is on a State Department-sponsored trip to the Middle East
Thousands withstood the rain Sunday to protest the planned Islamic community center and mosque, Cordoba House, sparking heated debate
The mosque and cultural center will promote understanding between Muslims and non-Muslims.
Government-sponsored trip for imam behind Ground Zero mosque raises First Amendment, radical Islam concerns
Giuliani's two cents - NY Post
The former Mayor spoke this morning in opposition to plans to build a mosque near the site of the World Trade Center terror attacks
Should an Islamic community center and mosque be built a few blocks from the site of the collapsed World Trade Center in New York?
Despite what you may think, Dhimmicrats are not Democrats. A dhimmicrat is a Western official who uses his position of power and influence to clear the pathway for the spread of shariah–the law they have in Saudi Arabia
The Cordoba House would stand as a powerful statement of our society’s strength and freedom. It makes mockery of the religious zealotry that brought the Towers down. If New York serves as America’s cultural bellwether, it must embrace its religious diversity to demonstrate our nation’s social harmony