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Atheists Attack the Ground Zero Cross

An atheist group has filed a lawsuit to have the Ground Zero Cross removed from the 9/11 museum in New York. Their claim? The existence of the Cross has brought on headaches, indigestion, even mental pain. These claims are ridiculous. So is the lawsuit.

The cross was found in the rubble of the World Trade Center and still stands as a symbol of hope today. The ACLJ is defending the Cross and our religious liberty in court and we need you to join us. Add your name to our amicus brief today.

Committee to Protect the Ground Zero Cross

The Ground Zero Cross is two intersecting steel beams that survived the Twin Towers’ collapse on 9/11. It is a powerful remembrance and is a symbol of hope to many. The cross is a constitutionally sound memorial, and should continue to stand at The National September 11 Memorial and Museum.

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