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Ground Zero Mosque

A New York City panel voted unanimously to reject landmark status for a building in downtown Manhattan, paving the way for its demolition — and for the construction of a 13-story, $100 million mosque near the World Trade Center site.

Ground Zero Mosque

Proposed location of mosque near Ground Zero in New York City. A New York City panel voted unanimously to reject landmark status for a building in downtown Manhattan, paving the way for its demolition — and for the construction of a 13-story, $100 million mosque near the World Trade Center site.

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Ground Zero Mosque

Proposed location of mosque near Ground Zero in New York City. A New York City panel voted unanimously to reject landmark status for a building in downtown Manhattan, paving the way for its demolition — and for the construction of a 13-story, $100 million mosque near the World Trade Center site.

Fox News/Rob Ginnane

Ground Zero Mosque

Proposed location of mosque near Ground Zero in New York City. A New York City panel voted unanimously to reject landmark status for a building in downtown Manhattan, paving the way for its demolition — and for the construction of a 13-story, $100 million mosque near the World Trade Center site.

Fox News/Rob Ginnane

Ground Zero Mosque

Proposed location of mosque near Ground Zero in New York City. A New York City panel voted unanimously to reject landmark status for a building in downtown Manhattan, paving the way for its demolition — and for the construction of a 13-story, $100 million mosque near the World Trade Center site.

Fox News/Rob Ginnane

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Proposed location of mosque near Ground Zero in New York City. A New York City panel voted unanimously to reject landmark status for a building in downtown Manhattan, paving the way for its demolition — and for the construction of a 13-story, $100 million mosque near the World Trade Center site.

Fox News/Rob Ginnane

Ground Zero Mosque

A New York City panel voted unanimously to reject landmark status for a building in downtown Manhattan, paving the way for its demolition — and for the construction of a 13-story, $100 million mosque near the World Trade Center site.

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