Karen Armstrong voices her opinion on the "Ground Zero mosque"

Karen Armstrong, founder of the Charter for Compassion, was asked recently what she thought of the controversy surrounding the Park51 community center, or the "Ground Zero mosque". She argues that it’s important to “make room for the other,” and concludes that the center could serve to “make peace at the site of tragedy.”

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