Contra Dreher, Joe Klein approves of building a mosque near the site of the World Trade Center:

It is an instant, international symbol that mocks the closed, vicious religious insanity of the terrorists who took the buildings down. Dreher worries about the families of those who lost their lives that day; I would expect that they will accept this, among the many other memorials on the site, as part of their loved ones' legacy--a renewed national sense of what this country stands for, and what it stands against.

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