Monday, October 11, 2010

Islamic supremacist Ground Zero mega-mosque developers, out of ideas, haul out "bigotry" charge against opponents

The developers behind the proposed mosque and cultural center near Ground Zero are blasting a $350 million lawsuit filed by a 9/11 first responder as "blind bigotry."

Vincent Forras, a former volunteer firefighter from Westchester, has sued Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf and Park51 -- the complex that includes the mosque -- charging that they're fronts for "interests tied to terrorism."

Forras says he deserves to be compensated for the "psychological terrorism" and emotional distress he suffered when he learned of the mosque plans.

He calls the development a "monument to the jihadists' victory over American ideals of freedom and democracy, [and] a desecration of the terrible sacrifice made by those innocents attacked."...

In a countersuit, Rauf and Park51 seek to dismiss the filing as a publicity stunt motivated by "blind bigotry."

They are also seeking $50,000 in damages and lawyers' fees.

The attorney representing the developers, Adam Leitman Bailey, is seeking to have Foras' lawsuit dismissed based on the constitutional right to freedom of religion.

33 comments:

  1. I think this whole situation is utterly ridiculous

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  2. Great read! Looking forward to reading your next post.

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  3. Agreed with teddy...this is just getting ridiculous

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  4. Wow! get over it already. It's not like putting up a mosque if going to c convert our whole country to islam.

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  5. he put a price on his "stress". and that price is 350 million dollars

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  6. I am not for them putting up this mosque here, it is a clear slap in the face to people who are for freedom

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  7. Islamic people should know their place, if they spread like this there will be a war between the religions.

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  8. LOL "psychological terrorism"

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  9. I don't necessarily oppose the construction of mosques, but the choice of location of this one is simply provoking hate towards it. Similar to trolling on a global scale...

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  10. Well...eh. It's much less a mosque than a cultural center. There's gonna be playgrounds, libraries and shit like that in there. I don't see why there's such the harsh reaction to it, especially since their intentions were harmless. I mean, there's a strip place even closer to the cultural center, and no one seems to give a crap about it hurting the feelings of people who died there. And there's an actual mosque just a block away that's been there for quite a while. I think negativity just needs to relax. :(

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  11. lol i had to read it all the way through. good stuf!

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  12. seriously hope those people lose the trial and never build that thing.

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  13. interesting read, very good post.

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  14. People are just ignorant and not subject to such change everyone is retarded!

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  15. ugh, people need to just grow up, give up on their stupid religion, and just work towards a better future for everyone. wasting time and energy on meaningless crap gets us nowhere.

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