Muslims Oppose Design of Flight 93 Memorial
The phrase, "better late than never," applies to the good news offered in a post at the Error Theory blog.
Today, blogger Alec Rawls shares news of a strongly-worded news release, dated March 17, in which Khalim Massoud, president of Muslims Against Sharia-Islamic Reform Movement, announced his group's opposition to the proposed design of a memorial to honor the passengers and crew of United Flight 93, the jet that crashed near Shanksville, Pa., after it was hijacked by Muslim terrorists.
This sure beats anything coming out of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (a.k.a., CAIR) camp lately.
To learn more about the Flight 93 Memorial Project and why some people -- including yours truly -- oppose it's current design, click here.
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