It's a Mosque, call me when they start holding religious services for faiths other than Islam and then we can call it a community center.If you think they have the right to build it and shouldn't, you've said your peace, now go away and let them build it. The misinformation is so prevalent, though. As far as I know at this point, it's really not even a mosque. It has an area for Muslim prayer, but the vast majority of the space is delegated to a community center that anybody from any religion can go and use.
As if Islam has a thing to teach us about tolerance, understanding, and coexistence.But we have to play this "well, I just think they shouldn't do it" game. So, fine, to those who oppose the mosque: I think you have the right to protest it, I just think you should shut up about it now. And then maybe Muslims will get the impression that America is a place of tolerance and understanding and welcoming for all people of all religions who want to co-exist peacefully.