Religion brings people together

…to hate other religions.

Efforts to construct mosques to accommodate growing Muslim populations have sparked intense opposition. A commentary appearing in the New York Post last month attacked plans to construct mosques in the state of New York:

“…There’s no denying the elephant in the room. Neither is there any rejoicing over the mosques proposed for Sheepshead Bay, Staten Island and Ground Zero because where there are mosques, there are Muslims, and where there are Muslims, there are problems.”

It continued: “Before New York becomes New Yorkistan, it is worth noting that the capital of Great Britain was London until it became known as ‘Londonstan,’ degenerated by a Muslim community predominantly from South Asia and Africa, whose first generation of ‘British Asians’ has made the United Kingdom into a launching pad for terrorists.”

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    Razzle

    From that article

    “If somebody wants to build a religious house of worship, they should do it and we shouldn’t be in the business of picking which religions can and which religions can’t. I think it’s fair to say if somebody was going to try to on that piece of property build a church or a synagogue, nobody would be yelling and screaming. And the fact of the matter is that Muslims have a right to do it, too.”

    -Michael Bloomberg

    The funniest part of the whole thing is that Christians think they aren’t part of a religion that at its very roots is about violence.

  • avatar

    Razzle

    Not to say Bloomberg is wrong, he’s very right.

  • avatar

    Gauldar

    Wouldn’t it be so nice if we had no religions to attack/kill each other over?

  • avatar

    Aegis

    I’m actually quite offended by that ‘launching pad for terrorists’ shite. We’re no such thing, as a country – hell, when they tried to pull their own little 9/11 here on 7 July 2005, they didn’t have *nearly* as much success – in no small part due to how prepared the country was.

    That said, I know for a fact these clowns only recognise offence when it’s their own.

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    Lee(f)

    I really don’t see any point in not allowing mosques to be built. How many churches are already around, huh?

    If your religion gets a place to worship then all religions should as well. No religion has a right over others.

    Mosques are actually quite beautiful and help the community in many ways. In some parts of europe they’re trying to have the… uh-oh I’m forgetting the name… bell-tower-like structures removed from mosques. For what purpose? No clue.

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    Michael

    You know, I am actually torn on this issue. On the one hand, I really do find it insulting for muslims to even suggest constructing a hate-institute…er… mosque near the Pentagon, the World Trade Center, or the site where the 4th plane went down in PA. Let’s blast some buildings, which are significant to muslims, then make a serious attempt to construct churches near those sites and see what the response is going to be. Every fucking muslim will explode (many quite literally) in anger. As an American, I cannot stand by and let something like that come to fruition.

    Yet as an American I am also bound by my feeling of, “fair-is-fair”. Hell, I bet nobody complains about churches near the Oklahoma City Federal Building that were all but brought down by Timmothy McVeigh.

    Mayor Bloomberg may have a point, but I still do not agree completely. Of course th best answer would be to take out all the places of worship. Maybe at the very least dis-allow any new worship sites from being built in the US.

  • avatar

    Michael

    Lee(f), the name of the mosque feature you are looking for is Minaret.

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    Michael

    Also, I believe the EU country you are receding to is Sweden. The reason they are forbidding Minarets is because to them, the structures are visually clashing with the natural landscape. At least it is something to that effect from what I remember hearing about on NPR. Regardless, I think that is perfectly fine. A country has every right to protect it’s cultural identity. I frankly think Sweden isn’t going far enough, and should ban all places of worship from existing.

  • avatar

    Shamrock

    I like how the video says that “Americans won’t let this happen.” Guess what fucktards, there are some Americans that are Muslims.

  • avatar

    L.Long

    I think they all should get together vote on a new zoning rule that states no religious buildings within 50mi of ground zero and NO grandfather clause!!!(this is technically legal)
    HeHeHehehehehehhheeeee! the fall out would be tremendous!!!! But there would be NO mosque.

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