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Cordoba House - once capital of the Islamic Caliphate and the expansion of Shariah Law.

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Submitted by Carla (United States), May 17, 2010 at 17:15

So near the WTC?- The financial centers where firms like Charles Schwab and TD ameritrade already by conducting business with, condone Shariah finance Law?

Muslim terrorist money and Muslim money is more important to these soulless creatures of the committee than lives and decency. ...

More ridiculous is the Imam offering the facilities " to all new Yorkers"- "How lovely"- a Club so all can enjoy- &( "understand" that Islam is not that bad as the extermination that took place on Sep 11)- How pathetic this imam...What a slap on the face... Would the committee that approved this (inferior) Chutzpah open their finances to the public so we could check how much Islamic finance is linked to them?

Finally, why Cordoba House? Cordoba, a capital once of an Islamic Caliphate? Isn't this name showing that the expansion of the Islamic Caliphate is doing well against us- a clear message of Islamists? Also, as Spanish name to call for "segregated" ones to join their fellow muslims? This name was very significant to me. It is a clear insult.

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