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Cordoba House and Freedom of Religion

Dennis Byrne 17 August 2010 No Comment

In any legal or constitutional showdown over whether a mosque can be built near Ground Zero, the mosque would win, hands down.

The First Amendment of the Constitution requires it. The amendment, perhaps the most cherished of the Bill of Rights, guarantees that government may not interfere with the practice of religion.

Not that Imam Feisel Abdul Rauf and his Cordoba House have earned such protections. The widespread feeling is that the imam is using our deeply rooted belief in liberty to shove his mosque down our throats, knowing full well that most Americans oppose building it near the 9/11 killing field.

Read more at the Chicago Tribune

image 1976 Chrysler Cordoba

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