I visited Germany last month to see my brother in law before he is deployed to Iraq. The town he lived in had posters everywhere saying something to the effect of "No mosques here" plastered everywhere. As an American of Turkish origin, it felt like a punch in the stomach to see such hatred on German streets while I was visiting country. I can only imagine what the Turks who are German citizens feel. Can you imagine the same poster, but with a synagogue? How can europe still allow this type of hatred to be accepted? I know Germans/Europeans who feel this was are a minority, but come on, how can the majority allow this? America has a large Mexican immigrant population, but you don't see Americans displaying large signs saying that we don't want spanish churches. Some cities in Canada, like Toronto have something ike 70% minorities living there. I can only imagine the outcry if some group plastered posters all over a city here saying that a certain religion could not build a church/mosque/synagogue.