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August 13th, 2010
Episode 463 of 1241 episodes
The proposed building of an Islamic community center two blocks from 9/11's Ground Zero has become a contentious issue. Would building the center promote the American virtues of religious freedom and speech? Or would it be counterproductive and insensitive, even if the intent is pure?