A) They do not have factual merit.His arguments do have some factual merit, whether you like them or not.
B) What factual merit is there in supporting Sharia law?
Stop answering arguments I've never made, I said that he has the right to build this Mosque but that it's not right to build it. The individual does retain the right to protest the building of this Mosque and refuse to enter into a contractual agreement to build it. But let me guess, you don't really care about the rights of the individual do you? That's a rhetorical question as was made clear by your citing Title 2 of the Civil Rights Act. Oh and just so you know refusing to build this Mosque would not be a violation, because refusing to build the Mosque has no relation to places of public accommodation. Title 2 was aimed at eliminating whites only privately owned places of public accommodation and it bears no relevance whatsoever to the subject at hand.We don't restrict people from doing things, just because they have differing opinions on sociopolitical issues.