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No justification using the names of the people who died in the attack was used. Yet, it seems that all of your arguments are opinion based and no fact to back it up. We have sourced many times that muslims had the right to this property before 9/11 attacks, it wouldn't be letting the terrorists win if we continue the building process of this, but the opposite it would show that no matter what the terrorists do, we will stick together, at the mention of this, there is also a strip club just down the street from this community center. It is insulting that you demand we move this community center, using the fact the families have been hurt, while not thinking about this strip club which is bad for the environment around the area. The Community center would surely help instead of hinder like this strip club, that has been allowed to stay.

http://www.usip.org/olivebranch/2015/03/17/muslims-condemning-violent-extremism-count-the-ways

http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/religion-july-dec10-groundzero_08-10/

http://blogs.wsj.com/metropolis/2010/08/ 19/for-strip-clubs-near-ground-zero-its-business-as-usual-amid-mosque-uproar/

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No, infact I give my condolences to the family has been hurt due to this attack, yet you maybe looking at this at an emotional stand view, you should also consider the more logical approach. I have a first person source who lives in the city, saying how almost unnoticeable it is. Nor does it resemble a mosque in any way, if people were not told that there was a prayer room, this would not have been a big deal. The only way to even see this mosque from ground zero was if you went into the Freedom tower

http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/religion-july-dec10-groundzero_08-10/

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Actually, in the plans of this city center only 10% is meant to have a prayer room for muslims nearby, this is meant to be a convenient place to pray with other Muslims, this city center is a public place and doesn't even have speakers for it to disturb residents nearby or remind them, nor does it resemble in any way or kind, a mosque. Therefore, the benefits of this city center would help the community around it to grow.

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2010/nov/07/ground-zero-park51-new-york

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Actually, in the plans of this city center only 10% is meant to have a prayer room for muslims nearby, this is meant to be a convenient place to pray with other Muslims, this city center is a public place and doesn't even have speakers for it to disturb residents nearby or remind them, nor does it resemble in any way or kind, a mosque. Therefore, the benefits of this city center would help the community around it to grow.

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2010/nov/07/ground-zero-park51-new-york

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Muslims had plans to build the city center before the 9/11 attacks had happened.

Also, some muslims had died in the attacks, having this city center at the appropriate range it is, will give the deaths of those Muslims, and others, a fair memorial.

http://www.nydailynews.com/opinion/better-mosque-compromise-chair-community-board-interfaith-center-park51-project-article-1.206567

http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/religion-july-dec10-groundzero_08-10/

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There is no question on if the city center should be built, it is in our rights to have it built, and its the base of what America stands for. It is a right that is inalienable.

http://www.state.gov/j/drl/irf/

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