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If they wanted to build a Christian/Catholic church by or on Ground Zero, nobody would have a problem with it, amirite?

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That's...a very obvious statement.

I don't get why it's put Christian/Catholic - one is a more general term the other a specific denomination...this seems to be viewing them as separate religions

@TommyUK1234 I don't get why it's put Christian/Catholic - one is a more general term the other a specific denomination...this...

Due to misunderstanding of the Catholic doctrine, a lot of other Christian denominations don't view catholics as christians.

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@Due to misunderstanding of the Catholic doctrine, a lot of other Christian denominations don't view catholics as...

That's pretty dumb if you ask me. Especially when they still worship Christ, reside in Christendom, celebrate Christmas, and whatnot. God it's all so stupid if you ask me

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@I agree, I was just giving a possible reason why OP used "Christian/Catholic"

Yeah I see. In China they seem to separate the two as well, they would say, "whether you're catholic, christian, jewish..." and I would stop them and say "woah woah!" and explain to them.

The reason is that ground zero is there because if Muslims. Not all Muslims, or the majority, but the crime was committed by extremist Muslims because of Islam, do an Islamic place of worship at a disaster site caused by Muslims is somewhat insensitive.

But I suppose a Christian church might be insensitive because the site also caused anti Muslim hate, and building a church on or near it might be seen as anti Muslim.

@B10ckH34d The reason is that ground zero is there because if Muslims. Not all Muslims, or the majority, but the crime was...

Maybe it wasn't Muslim extremists. I don't really want to start anything, but the "facts" don't add up. The official statement for why the buildings fell isn't true.

@Mike_Hawk Maybe it wasn't Muslim extremists. I don't really want to start anything, but the "facts" don't add up. The...

Explain? We know the buildings fell more or less immediately after two large passenger planes crashed into them, and I'm not sure if it's proven, but I think al Qaeda or the Taliban did it, and they are extremists who are sort of Muslim.

@B10ckH34d Explain? We know the buildings fell more or less immediately after two large passenger planes crashed into them...

To my understanding, the buildings were officially declared by FEMA and NIST to mainly have fallen due to the fires melting the structural steel and allowing the buildings to fall. The problems is that there is nothing in the equation that can burn even nearly hot enough to melt steel. And it was not immediately after impact, I think it was roughly an hour or so after impact that the buildings fell. Here, let me post a video for you.

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Well, there would probably be issues if it were on Ground Zero, but no one would care about it being nearby because Ground Zero isn't the result of actions of people claiming to be Christian/Catholic.

I''m Catholic and I would have a problem with a church being built on Ground Zero. I don't think any sort of place of worship should be built there.

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I love how you think Christian and Catholic are separate religions. ono smilie Catholic is a denomination of Christianity.

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