When words fail on Park51 . . . .

A graphic look at the 'Ground Zero' Mosque controversy, courtesy of Mark A. Schmidt:

A graphic look at the 'Ground Zero' Mosque controversy

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Stanley Kopacz
7 years 7 months ago
Well, it is possible that your Venn diagram might be slightly off.  A little of the red circle might overlap with the blue region.  But, that's an unknown.
Mark Harden
7 years 7 months ago
If you expect your commentary to be taken seriously, you should avoid implying that ''card carrying'' members of Al-Qaeda are the only Muslims who hate America.

We saw a few thousand Palestinians dancing in the streets on 9/11/2001, and very few (if any) of them were Al-Qaeda...maybe other terrorist Islamist groups such as Fatah and Hamas, but not Al-Qaeda.

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