- The Washington Times - Monday, September 13, 2010

ANALYSIS/OPINION:

On Saturday, Sept. 11, I was watching the History Channel when I saw the footage once again of men and women fleeing from the explosion of the Twin Towers, jumping out of windows.

New York Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg is backing the building of a mosque-community center near where those innocent men and women were smashed into spoon-size relics of Islamic hatred. He naively argues in favor of religious freedom. What does religious freedom have to do with the insulting interjection of a violent religion onto the remains of the innocent victims of fundamentalist Muslim insanity?

Does Mr. Bloomberg think he will go to heaven for embracing his enemies? Does the man want 72 dark-eyed virgins, which terrorists are always promised for their “martyrdom”? Doesn’t he know that a man who can’t oppose his enemies can’t love his friends? He may be rich, but he is a fool.

Watching the footage of those men and women jump to their deaths, I could not bear to hear the appeasing, cowardly, false-humanitarian palaver of a small, misguided man, our mayor. Mr. Bloomberg is a traitor to the dead.

DAVID LAWRENCE

New York


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