Rep. Mike Rogers (R-MI) is slated to be the keynote speaker at an event honoring the notorious Ground Zero Mosque imam Feisal Abdul Rauf and his wife Daisy Khan. Rauf and Khan are respected, even revered, in the mainstream media, and enjoy a reputation as moderate, reasonable, thoughtful, and wise. Show More Summary
Bart Barper, who pastors First Baptist Church in Farmersville, Texas, spoke about religious freedom and sexuality at last month's Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission's annual leadership summit that was held in Nashville, Tennesse.
The New York Times did a big write-up on the latest developments on the now-scrapped Ground Zero mosque plan. The notorious provocateur, Ground Zero mosque developer Sharif el-Gamal, unveiled a new plan to build a three-story museum “dedicated to exploring the faith of Islam.” Oh, the irony. Show More Summary
A 5,000-square-foot, three-story museum dedicated to Islam is planned at Ground Zero. The New York Times reported, via Religion of Peace: The developer whose proposal to build a Muslim community center and mosque near the World Trade Center failed amid … Continue reading ?
The developer behind a proposed Muslim community center and mosque that would have opened blocks away from the World Trade Center announced his intentions Wednesday to build a three-story museum dedicated to Islam in the same area.
After four years as a lightning rod for conservative and anti-Muslim groups, as well as some families of 9/11 victims, the long-planned Muslim community center and prayer space located blocks from the World Trade Center site—aka the "Ground Zero" mosque—might actually become a different kind of space. [ more › ]
Sharif El-Gamal wants to construct a three-story museum devoted to Muslim arts and culture at his 45-51Park Place property, just blocks from the World Trade Center. The site will also include a sanctuary for prayer services and community programs, he said..
The Ground Zero Zero Mosque, which caused such a stir in 2010 because of its close proximity to the very spot where America was attacked by Islamists on 9/11, is being demolished. And the person demolishing it is the same person who argued for its existence--Sharif El-Gamel. Show More Summary
The developer is walking away from an idea that became a hater’s dream. If a mosque doesn’t return, it’s a loss for everyone who loves America.
The controversial “Ground Zero Mosque” located just two blocks away from the site of the September 11, 2011 attacks might soon be demolished. According to a Reuters report, the New York City real estate developer who owns the building that houses an Islamic community center is planning to raze it down. The building known as
The “Ground Zero Mosque,” which was to be not just a mosque but also a cultural center, and one that was not at Ground Zero, is soon to be no more. This should make the Muslim-haters happy, fearing that a mosque anywhere near the site of the World Trade Center somehow violates them. The Islamic […]
Well, here's an equal opportunist; the developer behind everyone's favorite protest foil, the Ground Zero Mosque Park51 Islamic Community Center is planning to rebuild a synagogue in Midtown. [ more › ]
Remember all the furor over the building of an Islamic cultural center near Ground Zero? Well, now the developer of that project is planning to rebuild a synagogue in New York City. (Share Clip)
Forget the Ground Zero mosque. Fox News co-host Bob Beckel doesn't want any more mosques anywhere in the U.S., until American Muslims denounce the Kenyan mall attacks. On Monday, Beckel went on a tirade about Islam, saying it was "not...Show More Summary
When it comes to the threat of terrorism versus the NYPD's pervasive spying on Muslims, the At-Taqwa mosque in Brooklyn is where the rubber meets the road.
On October 13, 2012, Aleppo's Umayyad Mosque, a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of the oldest mosques in the world, suffered extensive fire damage amid fierce fighting between President Bashar al-Assad's forces and the Free Syrian Army. Show More Summary
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The former head of a proposed mosque near the site of the September 11 attacks in New York City and two donors who sued him for allegedly sqandering their contributions on a lavish lifestyle have settled their legal dispute.
The former imam of a controversial community center and mosque near Ground Zero in New York City has settled a lawsuit that accused him of embezzling millions of dollars in donations to fund a lavish lifestyle. “We have resolved our dispute,” the imam’s accuser, businessman...
So, apparently, the developers of the Park51 project have decided to ask for Federal funds. What’s Park51, you ask? It’s the official name for what Conservatives call the Ground Zero Mosque in New York City,...