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9/11: What followed and how it shaped us 12 years later

Just about 12 hours earlier on September 10th, 2001, I was at the old Vallee and Bowe Cadillac dealership in Woodbury, New Jersey, helping a couple take delivery of their brand new Oldsmobile Alero as the nine o’clock hour (ie: closing time) drew close

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In response to 'Ground Zero Mosque' Editorial by Philly2Philly.com's George Leon

In Response to George Leon’s Mosque Editorial

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The Ground Zero Mosque Is Inappropriate, Offensive, and Divisive

As we approach the 9th anniversary of September 11th, Americans can be proud that the event and subsequent terrorist acts never precipitated a backlash against American Muslims. We have not seen Muslim businesses burned or boycotted nor have we read of violence or discrimination against Muslims.

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The Ground Zero Mosque Has a Constitutional Right To Be Built

In December 2009, influential American Muslim leader Feisal Abdul Rauf announced plans to build a 15-story community center, the Cordoba House, in downtown Manhattan. The center, which is to include a dedicated prayer space, would be located two blocks from Ground Zero, the site of the September 11, 2001, attacks.

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