I (almost) always love Keith Olbermann's commentaries. This one is especially good. In it, he defends the right to build an Islamic community center in Manhattan. He also goes a few more by explaining just what this would be (not a mosque), just where it would be (several blocks from ground zero), and what it would bring to the area (community involvement in an impoverished neighborhood).
In truth, the community center sounds awesome. Plans include a basketball court, a cooking school, and a worship space. If this were any other community center, I'm sure people would be all for it. However, it seems like many in America have developed a knee-jerk reaction to all things Muslim. I find this a shame, as the Islamic culture is rich and varied. So many different cultures are encompassed in Islam, and they're all interesting. I'm particularly a fan of Iranian food and Moorish design.
Further, I am saddened by the strong reaction against this community center. One of the things that bothers me most about conservatives is the double-faced "we fight for freedom" combined with "morals are important and do as we say!" Seems to me that if you've fought for the right of people to make their own decisions, you need to let those people make their own decisions, even if you don't agree with them.