It might be your neighborhood next. My littlest brother (I have two, the littlest and the next to the littlest) endures a mosque in the neighborhood he lived in long before “the” mosques became an discouraging reality for him and his family. In the places where we live, near the sidewalks where our children walk to school, the bus stops where we must linger, the calls to prayer five times a day, the parking problems, the inevitable lowering of property values – that’s the reality. The other reality routinely ignored by all but those who have to live with a neighborhood mosque – the very words of the Koran, the Muslim holy book that calls for the death of infidels. No other religion calls for the death of a specific people – Israel, and everyone else not Muslim. No other religion! Don’t laugh unless you can prove differently. Americans don’t get it. They know a Muslim and he/she is a nice guy/girl. We stick our heads in the sand, deeper and deeper with each Muslim atrocity against the West. We can’t face the truth. So a large mosque is coming to the Sheepshead Bay neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York – fitting into a spot where once two residents lived quietly. The neighborhood will never be quite the same. You are praying it doesn’t happen where you live.
In court filings, Muslim American Society (MAS) stated that certain city officials are helping them with this project and told them to stay quiet not to “ruffle any feathers”. Who are these officials and in what capacity are they involved? Is DOB one of the agencies whose officials are asking them to stay quiet not to “ruffle any feathers”?
From the onset of the project, Bay People, Inc. exposed all attempts by the community center builders and owners to circumvent NYC zoning laws and regulations that were designed to protect tranquil residential communities. The size and purpose of this oversized structure will destroy the fabric of a quiet residential community. The presence of this structure will violate all the requirements of the zoning resolution and the Building code of the City of New York. Read the details at Atlas Shrugs. Maybe you can help – maybe you can learn how to avoid the same in your neighborhood.