Mosque Development Controversy in Former WTC

development plan of the mosque and Islamic center near ground zero, New York, continues to receive opposition from various circles, even though President Obama himself agrees.

Rejection of the survivors and the collapse of the WTC victims' families were recorded on video by a nonprofit foundation, Keep America Safe. The organization was headed by Elizabeth Cheney, daughter of former U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney who is a staunch supporter of former President George W Bush.

"The construction of this mosque was wrong, very wrong," said Ken Fairben, the late father of 24-year-old paramedic who was killed in the tragedy of 9 / 11, Keith Fairben. "We will never forget the worst day, it is also what has been done by terrorists," said the officer from Engine 44 PMK the survivors from the rubble, Robert Reeg.

"As long as we can express the pain of the victims and continue to do so, then I will be there to keep fighting," said Allison Vadhan, daughter Kristin Whitegould, United Flight 65 passengers who crashed into one of the WTC twin towers by terrorists.

Meanwhile, Chairman of the U.S. House of Representatives (Congress), Nancy Pelosi responded to a controversial plan to build mosque by more cold. He proposed the government to conduct an investigation against the parties who reject the construction of mosques.

"No doubt, there are some efforts to politicize this issue by some parties. Especially their concerns about the mosque's funding sources. There is a paranoid conspiracy here or even try to intimidate Muslims with the use of power,"