There will be no mosque built at Ground Zero in New York City. Two blocks away from where the World Trade Center stood is The Cordoba Center, a multicultural activity center. What is being proposed there is a “prayer room” for Moslems wishing to pray. A prayer room is similar to a Christian “chapel”, which is not a church. A Mosque has a dome, minaret towers, and a muzzein who calls the faithful to prayers five times a day. Recently there was a Jewish event held there and no one is calling it a Synagogue. The following two news items are the references used for the above. I urge those interested in this controversy to read them. http://www.upi.com/Top_News/US/2010/07/27/Ground-Zero-mosque-an-issue-beyond-NY/UPI-37171280275523/ http://www.huffingtonpost.com/matt-sledge/just-how-far-is-the-groun_b_660585.html As an American citizen I am proud of my country, and am especially proud of our Constitution and its Bill of Rights. I have defended these my entire life both here and abroad. Here is one quotation that seems relevant now: Amendment I.: "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof;...” That means to me that anyone, of any faith, has the right to exercise his/her religious beliefs here in our free country. Who out there is afraid of this?