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Terminal Tolerance

Diana West

Big Peace

We’ve been hearing more talk, buzz and chatter about Shariah lately than I imagined was possible. Unfortunately, much of it is still uninformed and reliant only on the emotional buoyancy of 9/11, as though the battleground of Lower Manhattan is the only place a Shariah-advancing imam should be barred from building an anti-Constitutional outpost of Islam.


Defenders of the mosque project, meanwhile, exhale testaments to religious freedom and tolerance that crest and crash over apparently unimagined, unknown, ungrasped perils to liberty, equality and freedom of conscience that are actually advertised in Islam’s mainstream tenets.

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