This day in WND history: Islamic mosque at 9/11 Ground Zero sparks protest

Sept. 11, 2001

Sept. 11, 2001

Islamic mosque at 9/11 Ground Zero sparks protest

May 12, 2010: WND reported when a human-rights group called on Americans – especially family and friends of loved ones who were lost when Muslim terrorists murdered 2,751 people in the name of Allah on Sept. 11, 2001 – to fight construction of a 13-story Islamic mosque to be built just steps from Ground Zero.

The five-story building at Park Place, just blocks north of the former World Trade Center site, was the site of a Burlington Coat Factory. That was, until a plane’s landing-gear assembly crashed through the roof on the day 19 Muslim terrorists hijacked the airliners and flew them into the Twin Towers in 2001.

Later, Muslim worshipers occupied the building, and they planned to turn it into a major Islamic cultural center called the Cordoba House.

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Infrared picks up invisible UFOs

MEXICO MILITARY UFOSMexico received a taste of what it’s like to be invaded by aliens when 11 unidentified flying objects reportedly flew around a military surveillance plane that was looking for drug traffickers.

Jamie Maussan, a journalist and UFO enthusiast, told reporters the objects, seen on infrared video footage released by the Mexican air force, seemed “intelligent” because at one point they changed direction and surrounded the plane that was chasing them.

“They were invisible to the eye but they were there, there is no doubt about it. They had mass, they had energy and they were moving about,” Maussan said after showing the 15-minute footage.

“We are not alone! This is so weird,” one of the pilots can be heard yelling. The plane’s crew had just switched on the infrared camera after first picking up the objects by radar.

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This day in WND history: Islamic mosque at 9/11 Ground Zero sparks protest
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