Truther mosque?

Well, isn’t that interesting? The Imam who wants to build a mosque community center rabat at Ground Zero in order to build bridges of understanding and religious tolerance is closely associated with an Islamic 9-11 Truther:

In his interview with CNN’s Soledad O’Brien on Wednesday, Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf defended his plans to build a mosque and Islamic center near Ground Zero, saying “You cannot heal a trauma by walking away from it. We have to sit down. We have to talk about it. We have to dialogue about it and find a way to move through it and beyond it.”

But a trove of videos and writings available on the Internet shows that a longtime partner of Rauf believes the 9/11 terror attacks were “an inside job” by U.S. government and corporate interests, the Investigative Project on Terrorism found.

Faiz Khan, a physician who claims to have been a first responder after the September 11 attacks, is a founding member of the Muslim-Jewish-Christian Alliance for 9/11 Truth and is on the advisory board of the Muslims for 9/11 Truth. In an essay on the Alliance’s website, he argued that “the prime factor for the success of the criminal mission known as 9/11 did not come from the quarter known as ‘militant Islam’ although the phenomenon known as ‘militant Islamic networks’ may have played a partial role, or even a less than partial role – perhaps the role of patsy and scapegoat.”

Be sure to read the rest. The more that comes out about the background of those behind the project, the more I think it just isn’t going to happen.

Via The Weekly Standard

(Crossposted at Sister Toldjah)

One Response to Truther mosque?

  1. Scott S. says:

    Media alone will not put GZM down. Some legal group must get a hold of this project and make a case for rejection of the plans. It won’t be easy, because of the laws of the land protect real property rights, which is what our nation is founded upon. Disagreeing with someone building anything on any property in America is common. It is more common that those disagreeing are the ones rejected, not the property owners no matter how corrupt they seem to be. And especially since we have freedom of religion in our 1st amendment (with an assumption of separation of church and state not written), the legal case gets even more complicated. Since Islam/sharia is challenging our system of laws, our next question must be whether certain circumstances regarding real property can be rejected because of a preponderant threat to our civilization’s sovereignty that will expand and spread throughout the US without legal checks to such perceived threats. Laws must be changed to fit the crime called jihad, a crime that has caused wars for over 1300 years, a crime of true treason.

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