Argument: Feelings of Muslim 9/11 victims need to be considered as well
"Build that mosque." Economist, Lexington. August 5th, 2010: "what about the feelings, and for that matter the rights, of America’s Muslims—some of whom also perished in the atrocity?"
Fareed Zakaria. "Build the Ground Zero Mosque." Newsweek.com. August 6th, 2010: "Abraham Foxman, the head of the ADL, explained that we must all respect the feelings of the 9/11 families, even if they are prejudiced feelings. 'Their anguish entitles them to positions that others would categorize as irrational or bigoted,' he said. First, the 9/11 families have mixed views on this mosque. There were, after all, dozens of Muslims killed at the World Trade Center. Do their feelings count?"