Georgia Town Votes To Ban Mosque
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While anti-Muslim protesters waved signs outside the Kennesaw City Hall, the City Council voted against allowing an Islamic group the opportunity to rent a retail space in the small Georgia town.
The local Islamic group agreed to the numerous limitations that the Kennesaw city attorney requested, including a limit of 80 worshipers at a time, 40 parking spaces and only a two-year lease…
Doug Dillard, a lawyer who represents the Muslim group, says they may have to sue the City of Kennesaw in federal court as similar suits have been successful.
“You know, if Christianity were killing people, I’m pretty sure I would have a problem with it,” said Pastor C.S. Clarke of the Redeemed Christian Fellowship Church. “Then I would be concerned with that moving into my neighborhood. But, I’m open, I’m inclusive. Christianity does teach love, inclusiveness, creating a better environment for everyone.”
Pastor Clarke failed to mention the numerous lynchings that took place in Georgia for decades in the name of Christianity.[su_csky_ad]