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Old 28-03-2007, 09:05 AM   #1
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London Mosque

Ken Livingstone is planning to use tax payer's money to build an enormous mosque costing an estimated 100M in the docklands. What do you think about it? Wouldn't it be better to spend the money on a new hospital or improved transport facilities?? BIGGER THAN ST PAULS!!! The plan is for the mosque to be so big that people flying in from all over the world for the 2012 Olympics will it see it as the biggest landmark in London, bigger than St Pauls, Westminster Abbey or Wembley Stadium

Take a second to cast your vote in The Evening Standard on-line poll to determine public opinion about whether a mega mosque should be built for the Olympics.

The vote so far is 62 % in favour.
It looks like the Muslim community is casting its vote in droves, and as usual the Christians are burying their heads in the sand....

After voting, please forward this to as many people as you can. Here's the link:
http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/poll/p...te+now/poll.do
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Well,

With a known population of some 8 million Muslims living in England, (more significant than the native populations in Scotland or Wales), and good relationships with the Middle East likely to boost exports and then our domestic economy, i would say that it would be a good investment for the country.

Hospitals and transport links are a very important issue that should be tackled head on by the voting public as a matter of course.

Problem? Too much apathy in the UK.
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Couldn't care less.....
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Maybe the plan is to build a mosque so big it can hold 8 million of Gav and his mates then drop a bomb on it!
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