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New York, New York / Mosque Controversy / September 11 #974434

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Sep 12, 2010
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(Studio: Kate snow) Report introduced.

(New York: Mike Taibbi) The controversy over the proposed mosque to be build near Ground Zero examined; scenes shown from New York City of the ceremonies on the ninth anniversary of September 11 and of competing demonstrations about the Islamic center. [At the Pentagon, President OBAMA - says we are not at war with Islam.] [9/11 first responder Fabrizio BENOVA‡- opposes the imam's mosque.] [Brooklyn imam Daoud HANIF‡- suggests Feisal Rauf should shift the site.] [On "This Week," RAUF - explains why changing the site would hurt.]

snow, Kate;
Taibbi, Mike

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