Saturday, August 14, 2010

Conservative Party plans anti-mosque TV campaign

New York's Conservative Party is reportedly planning to add a television advertising campaign to the already heavy firepower it is throwing at plans to build a mosque near New York's 'Ground Zero'. This site is where where the World Trade Centre collapsed in September of 2001 after attacks related to terrorism.

The ad, of which the Associated Press has obtained a copy, states rather clearly that "real Americans" want real answers about any proposed Islamic Centre.

It also calls on viewers to contact the partial owners of the land on which the mosque is said to stand in the future, in an effort to have people pressure the company into halting the plans.

This is, however, unable to happen under current agreements. The utility which owns the land has already signed a legally binding document which allows the mosque to be built on the site.
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