From PJ Media: A Mosque in My Hometown

Recently the word got out that a Muslim non-profit group purchased 135 acres of land with plans to build a mosque, cemetery, and other potential developments in the southern part of the county I grew up in – the place I’ve called home since I was four years old.

What dismays me the most about this whole ordeal isn’t the idea of a mosque in my hometown, or whether we should push for diversity for diversity’s sake, or even how the county is handling the situation. I’m disappointed by the way Christians here are reacting out of fear, worry, and anger.

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