Ground Zero


My Muslim Brothers and Sisters

It's wrong to judge Americans because of the actions of Michael Enright (NYC cab-driver stabbing). It's wrong to judge Americans for the actions of Terry Jones. And it's wrong to

U.S. Authorities: Vandalism at a California mosque hate crime

A group called American Nationalist Brotherhood claimed responsibility for the attacks of vandalism at a mosque in Madera California in what was described as a 'hate crime' by local officials.

Global disappointment & outrage over the burning of the Holy Quran to mark the 9/11

An “emergency summit” held in Washington with the attendance of Prominent Christian, Jewish and Muslim leaders denounced the planned event of burning the holy Quran describing it as derision, misinformation

Centre for Human Rights says Hatred against Muslims Sweeping West

The Sawaseya Centre for Human Rights and Countering Anti-Discrimination has recently issued a report titled "lost rights and a wasted dignity”.

NY Times conducts poll on Americans Muslims

An article in the New Republic highlights the sentiments of one Martin Peretz an American publisher and Harvard University lecturer described by Source Watch as a "long-time advocate for Israel

NYC community board head wants interfaith center (AP)

The chairwoman of the community board that voted for an Islamic center and mosque near ground zero said she believes adding an interfaith dimension would help unite people, saying a

Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf Advocates Moderate Religious Outlook at Dubai School of Government Talk

The Imam’s comments came during a talk on “Religious Tolerance and Muslim Life in America” held at the Dubai School of Government (DSG).

Ground Zero Synagogue – Lebanon Becoming More American than America

"There should be no mosque near Ground Zero in New York so long as there are no churches or synagogues in Saudi Arabia.

Cabbie attack and Queens mosque desecration spark religious tolerance debate in America

The recent attack on a New York cab driver and the desecration of a mosque in Queens, gave rise to the Islamophobia issue in the US, fueled by the debate

Web Watch: Hatred will drive people into online Ghettos

Imagine British Telecom allowed people to call you up and spew religious hatred down the phone. Imagine all your pals received the same phone calls. No-one would blame you for