>> That's why you had to invent malicious lies and post them in this forum. And you never apologized when you were caught red-handed in your lies.
This from the guy who gave a fake link to try and prove that Nalanda was destroyed by Hindus.
You do not know America any better than LB does. That's why you had to invent malicious lies and post them in this forum. And you never apologized when you were caught red-handed in your lies. Actually 99% of your comments in this forum are designed to smear Muslims. People who fan the fires of communal hatred, like you, LB and Ghai, are the worst enemies of India.
Welcome back Lailt Bagai ji . We all missed you badly !
Now to friend Anwaar 'You don't know America! "
As if Anwaar knows America after spending major part of life.You were so elated that mosque that too at 9/11 site of Shadat of Atta Mohamad Team will give opportunity to offer thanks giving prayers .
You were so sure that USA citizens will allow the Muslism to construct a mosque at the cite where 10000 innocents killed by the Islamic Zealots !!
Logic becomes the first casuality when you become a Cari and you start demanding a Mosque at the site where the helpless human beings were burnt all in name of teh Religion .
Scroll down your comments on the topic in OutLoook in other Articles too on the topic.
So where is the Mosque at ground Zero ?? Your Cair training has simply confused your mind .
Where is Ground Zero Mosque ??
"Manhattan Project" - Wasn't that the code word for the effort to build the first atom bomb?
Judge nixes suit over mosque plan near Ground Zero
New York: A judge has tossed out a lawsuit aimed at stopping a proposed mosque about two blocks from ground zero.
The American Center for Law and Justice said Monday it plans to appeal the ruling. The conservative legal group filed the lawsuit on behalf of former firefighter Timothy Brown.
The suit challenged the city Landmarks Preservation Commission's decision to let a building be torn down to make way for the mosque. A judge ruled Friday that Brown didn't meet legal criteria to sue over such decisions.
City lawyers say they appreciate Brown's heroism in responding to the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks that destroyed the World Trade Center , but that wasn't a basis for him to sue.
“The mosque is still in planning stages”, said the developer's lawyer, hailing the court decision as “a victory for America.” (Indian Express)