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Mosque near Ground Zero: Tribute to tolerance or symbol of pain?

The controversy grows over a proposed mosque near Ground Zero as more politicians enter the fray.

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Political controversy over Islam surrounds 9/11 anniversary
Article | For almost a decade, the annual commemoration of the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, has been seen as a day of national unity and sober remembrance. This year, contentious issues of religious freedom and national identity threaten to color the ninth anniversary of those tragic events.
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Mosque near Ground Zero: Frequently asked questions
Article | 1. Where is it? The project is slated for two adjacent buildings at 45-51 Park Place, between West Broadway and Church Street, two blocks north of Ground Zero in Lower Manhattan. (Interactive: The view from Ground Zero) 2. What was previously in the buildings? One of the buildings, at 45-47 Park ...
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Muslims debate FBI presence at mosques
Article | A Nashville mosque's invitation to FBI agents to attend services has triggered a debate among some Muslim leaders.
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N.Y. imam: 'Every option' being considered on Islamic community center
Article | Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf said Monday that he and his advisers are considering "every option" for what to do about the controversial Islamic community center they plan to build two blocks from Ground Zero in New York, including delaying its construction or relocating it.
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GOP leaders urge caution on pushing mosque issue
Article | As Republican candidates across the country seize on the proposed construction of a mosque near New York's Ground Zero as a campaign issue, some influential figures in the GOP are growing concerned that it could backfire.
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Outlook: Five myths about mosques in America
| Author and editor Edward E. Curtis IV discusses his Outlook article titled "Five myths about mosques in America."
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Mosque debate: New Yorkers take dim view of rabble-rousing outsiders
Article | NEW YORK -- On a recent afternoon on the streets around Ground Zero, commuters jumped over puddles to make their trains home, French tourists snapped photos, a homeless man jangled a can, an angry woman cried into her cellphone and Ali Mohammed served falafel over rice.
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Mosque near Ground Zero: Frequently asked questions
Article | 1. Where is it? The project is slated for two adjacent buildings at 45-51 Park Place, between West Broadway and Church Street, two blocks north of Ground Zero in Lower Manhattan. (Interactive: The view from Ground Zero) 2. What was previously in the buildings? One of the buildings, at 45-47 Park ...
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A reflection of enlightenment in N.Y. Islamic center's design
Article | Early architectural renderings are a basic part of salesmanship. Before the money is raised, before the permits are in hand, before the land is owned or the site chosen, a rendering gives substance to the dream. In the case of the Park51 Community Center, the Islamic facility proposed for contest...

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