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The lead developer behind the "Park51" project revealed in an interview that financial constraints had forced him to consider new uses for the property.
Con Ed was threatening to terminate Park51's lease on 51 Park Pl. as early as Oct. 4, 2011. Park51's community center once included plans for a controversial mosque.
Anne Frank Center USA is reportedly moving to a larger space at 100 Church Street.
Backers of a downtown Islamic Center allege that Burlington Coat Factory maliciously damaged the building.
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A Saudi Arabian king is reportedly considering a plan to reopen St. Vincents hospital and build a mosque at the site.
'Refudiate' is the New American Oxford Dictionary's 2010 word of the year.
The ACLU is suing NJ Transit for firing Derek Fenton after he was photographed burning pages of a Koran.
Carl Paladino said that if elected, he'll find a way to stop the Park51 center from being built.
Two of the co-hosts of 'The View' walked off the set on Thursday in response to comments made by Bill O'Reilly.
The proposed religious center is seeking to have a lawsuit alleging 'psychological terrorism' thrown out.
The imam of the proposed mosque near Ground Zero and his wife have received death threats.
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