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Attention Bigots: There Is Already a Mosque Near the WTC Site

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DO YOU SEE A MOSQUE IN THIS PICTURE? DO YOU? Oh, yeah, well, probably.Wonkette operative "Evan B." writes: "The debate over the planned mosque at Ground Zero seems a bit retarded to me; I work directly between the planned mosque and a mosque that has existed before 9/11 and continues to operate to this day. The existing mosque and the proposed mosque are probably 800 feet apart; one city block, let's say." This is humorous! LISTEN UP, HATEFUL ASSHOLES: The end is near! The Muslins have already invaded that city you call godless yet love because terrorism happened there! YOU ARE RIGHT TO BE VERY, VERY SCARED AND ANGRY ABOUT THIS! So you have to kill yourselves right now! It is the only way!


This current mosque is only four blocks away from the site of the World Trade Center. WHERE IS NEWT GINGRICH ON THIS? This section of Manhattan, like Times Square, needs to be an amusement park for hick tourists. IT IS SUPPOSED TO BE COVERED IN FLAGS AND JESUS CROSSES AND PATRIOTISM ONLY. This mosque is offensive because American Muslims who worked in the World Trade Center and were victims of the 9/11 attacks probably prayed there THOSE 911 TERRISTS WAS MUSLIN!

Of course, this mosque's website is depressing, because before they can list information about their place of worship, they have to throw this up there:

DISCLAIMER:

Please be advised that we are by no means affiliated with any other organization trying to build anything new in the area of downtown Manhattan.

But they use the term "masjid" ("mosque") to refer to their mosque instead of "mosque," so the dumb bigots will likely continue to be ignorant of its existence. Hooray! [Masjid Manhattan]

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