Ground Zero Mosque Debate Swirls In World Capitals -- Christian Science Monitor
The Ground Zero mosque debate is garnering increased attention in the world press, with Muslims coming down on both sides of the proposed center two blocks from the former World Trade Center.
After nearly a month of debate, the controversy surrounding the so-called “Ground Zero Mosque” continues to roil, both domestically and worldwide.
Atlantic blogger Chris Good points out that the proposed Islamic community center has dominated much of the US news cycle and political discourse.
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63% oppose Ground Zero mosque, 27% support construction according to new Siena poll -- New York Daily News
Mosque Developer Rejects Meeting With Paterson -- NBC New York
Gov to meet on mosque 'move' -- New York Post
David Paterson expects to meet soon with mosque developers -- Washington Post
Ailing 9/11 responders slam President Obama: Focus on Zadroga health bill, not Ground Zero mosque -- New York Daily News
GOP calls Obama insensitive over stand on mosque -- AP
Obama's Mosque Comments Fuel Controversy -- Voice of America
Obama remarks on mosque take root in races -- Washington Times
Reid Breaks With Obama Over Proposed Ground Zero Mosque -- FOX News
Rep. Pelosi calls for investigation of WTC mosque opposition -- Washington Times
Ground zero mosque flap: how Obama and Democrats can recover -- Christina Science Monitor
Political Wisdom: Mosque Debate Continues Unabated -- Wall Street Journal
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@park51 -- Ben smith, Politico
Ground Zero's wounds are still too deep to build upon -- Aaron David Miller, Washington Post
Ground Zero: Exaggerating the Jihadist Threat -- Romesh Ratnesar, Time Magazine
The Ground Zero mosque must be built -- Kathleen parker, Washington Post
Obama's 'teachable' Shariah moment -- Frank Gaffney, Washington Times
Making of a mosque mess -- Howard Kurtz, Washington Post