Religious intolerance are key words that express the views of 36 religious leaders regarding the construction of a Muslim mosque near Ground Zero. Religious leaders representing Jews, Roman Catholics, Protestants, Eastern Orthodox, and Muslims met in Washington D.C. on Tuesday night, one night before the beginning of Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, at the invitation of the Islamic Society of North America.
Certain religious leaders have voiced their opinions that anyone who is against the construction of a Muslim mosque near Ground Zero is tantamount to being a Nazi. The religious leaders did not actually use the word "Nazis" or "Hitler," but the implication is definitely present when you read the religious leaders' comments about the Ground Zero Muslim mosque, even going so far as Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick's assertion that any protest about the building of a Muslim mosque near Ground Zero is not American.
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