Monday, September 6, 2010

9/11

So 9/11 is approaching rapidly.

I think the whole Koran burning thing is disgusting, yet I see the anger that people have
and why they're doing it.

I support it, as it is freedom of speech, yet the negativity it's going to cause won't do anything
for Islamic American relations.

And yes, the fact that they're unveiling the mosque ON 9/11 is absolutely horrendous.

Sure it's a freedom of religion ISSUE, but the date/planning could have been MUCH better...

Will be surprised if it doesn't get vandalized every single day, etc etc burned down, etc etc

33 comments:

  1. Weren't the ones organizing the whole mosque at ground zero considering backing off with the whole idea?

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  2. Not sure how i feel about this
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  3. kinda scary that hate's such an everyday part of life now.

    anyway, nice blog, following and supporting~

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  4. freedom of religion. thats it. leave it be.

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  5. I'm rada and I approve this message.

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  6. It's not technically a mosque, it's an Islamic Cultural Center, basically a Muslim YMCA. And I'm pretty sure it's not being revealed on 9/11. Also, the 9/11 terrorists hate America and our freedoms, so if we don't let this place open up, it's inhibiting American freedoms and essentially pandering to terrorists.

    Anyway, following :)

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  10. As much as I disagree with the entire hate issue towards Muslims in America I agree that it is a peculiar location for placing the center.

    That being said, burning the Koran should be considered a hate crime or some similar form of discrimination. If someone were to burn a few Bibles, how would people respond to that?

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  11. Burning anything sacred is just terrible. Its a reason why we will never get along.

    Not all Catholics are ignorant.
    Not all Muslims are terrorists.

    Both religions have blood on their hands, ergo crusades and 9/11.

    None is holier then thou.

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  12. did you know that barack obama and dick cheney were gay lovers in college. follow?

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  13. apparently the guy who was gonna burn it gave up or something...

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  14. i think people need to learn to not be so easily offended, either that or give up their freedom.

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  15. Great discussion....


    happy to follow you!!

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  16. Great ideas, following for more!!

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  17. Interesting point of view; I totally dislike the idea of buring a koran, too.

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  18. just burn the koran, cant wait for the mimimi

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  19. I'm against the burning..Anger/hate will lead to more anger/hate

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  20. if you own a book you have the right to burn it if you want

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  21. i dont care if you celebrate other religions or whatever, or even make public displays. just dont try to force your religion in someone else's face and i can get along with ya just fine

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  22. ...9/11. My friends mom was safe because she was late to work that day at the building...so sad

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  23. Nothing is sacred. Burning a book accomplishes nothing. Just idiots exchanging temper-tantrums. None of this crap is going to change what's happened, nor does it even address the issues of it's cause. But more importantly, can we just move on already?! Everyday I'm more ashamed of being American.

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