The Mosque at Ground Zero

This paper thoroughly examines the proposal to build a mosque near ground zero in Lower Manhattan, New York and the controversy surrounding that proposal.
# 150566 | 2,308 words | 10 sources | MLA | 2012 | US

Abstract

A brief discussion about the proposed Islamic mosque and community center to be built near ground zero in Lower Manhattan, New York. The paper examines the true location of the mosque and succinctly looks at the details of the project. Opinions of prominent politicians and community members are highlighted and the sentiments of the Muslim American community are discussed in depth. Finally, the paper ends with an explanation of the end result of the proposed plan, i.e., was the mosque plan approved or tossed out and if so, by whom. Outline: Introduction Location of the Proposed Mosque Opinions on the Proposed Mosque Muslim American Opinions Discussed Mosque Approved or Declined Conclusion


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