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Another plan for a megamosque in Montreal is now a thing of the past

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jul 6, 2010 at 07:25

I have been following the story of this mosque for some time and I just heard the news that the Quebec government now bought the property and therefore there will be no mosque

As usual Muslims in general and clueless tablighees in particular wanted to buy (money that comes from the Saudis!) an old Grey Nuns convent and a prime real estate property in downtown Montreal and convert it to a mosque that can be the show case of the "religion of peace" in Montreal

But the good citizens of Montreal in general and the Quebec government in particular did not want to have this monster mosque and now this mosque is a thing of the past

Now can Mr Bloomberg learn something from the great people of Quebec? May be the city must buy the Burlington factory building and convert it to a real NYC museum that can tell us all about the 9/11 atrocity including Skeihk Abdul Rauf and his annoying wife Daisy and the followers of the religion of peace and

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