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You are right on the fact that the community voted that the mosque and community center should be built, but the voting shows no information about the location. They voted that the United States was built on religious freedom and allowing them to build the community center and mosque will show the values of America, but didn't vote about the location. The United States have a great diversity of religions, but Islamists that call for tolerance should look at their own practices before they criticize America’s.
Building the Ground Zero mosque will endanger New Yorkers because anti-terrorism extremists will target that area for an attack. This thought has changed the opinion of many people when the head developer named Imam Rauf and his wife received death threats about building the community center. For that reason, the majority of the citizens think that it will lead to violence.
America does not find the mosque insulting, it has a huge diversity of religions. The only problem is that the name is insulting and should be changed and should be relocated away from the 9/11 attack sites because the financier of the Ground Zero mosque is said to be funded by Saudi prince Al-Waleed bin Talal, and 15 of 19 jihadis in the twin tower attack were Saudis.
Although they have the right to build what they want on their land, there are hundreds of mosques around the United States, there is no need for one to be overlooking the grave site of many people. Adding on, the mosque should only be built near the 9/11 site once churches are built in Saudi Arabia.
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