Greek Orthodox Church Files Claim Vs. Ground Zero Owner

Saint Nicholas Greek Orthodox church in New York City that was destroyed on Sept. 11th, is taking legal action against the agency that owns Ground Zero.  The agency has reneged on a promise to rebuild the church.  The Wall Street Journal reports that St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church filed a notice of claim against the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey on Monday. The papers seek to compel the agency to live up to what it says is a “binding preliminary agreement” from 2008.The two sides spent years negotiating a deal that would let the church rebuild on land south of its original site in exchange for financial help. Negotiations broke down in March.  The agency says it hasn’t seen the papers and declined to comment.


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  1. Great to see the church speaking out against this. People need to realize the reason why our church is being but on hold while the mosque is getting a green light: The mosque is a staged operation to get people to hate muslims, and to reinforce their blame. If muslims were actually involved in 9/11 ,, how did building 7 collapse? Exactly…

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