Controversy

Two faces of a controversy: The mosque in ” Cero” zone; BY: Andres Brown Simn Arreche the President of the United States of North America, Barack Obama, surprised own and strange with its decision to allow to the construction of a mosque near the call ” Cero” zone; , the impact area where constructions were destroyed the 11 of September of 2001 among others, the Twin Towers, the most representative symbol of western Capitalism. It was doubtless the greatest and devastating executed terrorist attack in American territory by radicals Islamic, directed and financed by Osama Bin Laden. With a symbolic load without precedents in the North American policy, President Obama made the announcement from the White House during the Iftar, Islamic rite that marks the aim of the fasting the faithfuls of the Islam during the Ramadn, eighth month of the Islamic lunar calendar.

But the moment and the place of the presidential decision compose a cocktail difficult to swallow for segment of the North American public opinion that during the last ones years it was put under the guerrerista message and of the expansive and dominant foreign policy of the Busch dynasty, although for other components of that opinion, the decision marks not only to a landmark but a radical change of the foreign policy and a new strategy for the approach of the West and of the United States from North America the Arab and Muslim world. The decision of President Obama revived the confrontation of two faces opposed in a same controversy. Two factions who calientan” the lobby in Washington. Two positions opposed against the symbolism that represents a mosque raised on the same earth that many consider a field Santo. The guerrerista position: Doubt does not fit that the rise of a mosque near Cero” Zone; it is rejected by many citizens in that country, probably influenced by that one guerrerista vision promoted and stimulated from the White House during the second administration of G.W.