Sometimes things get framed in a funny way. Here's the way an article from today's Chicago Tribune framed the debate–I know, what debate?–about building a mosque and Islamic Center in the Chicago suburbs:
On one side, the issue is about the right to have a sacred space where believers can pray. On the other, it's about preventing religious institutions from crowding residential neighborhoods.
The only evidence in favor of the second part of this dilemma are the claims of people who oppose the mosque. No evidence, in other words, is offered in the article to suggest that non-Muslim "religious institutions" are being "prevented from crowding residential neighborhoods" in this area.
So, judging by the rest of the article, which deals exclusively with matters related to Muslims, the first sentence ought to read:
On the one side, the issue is about the right of Muslims to build mosques where they want, on the other, it's about preventing Muslims from bulding mosques where they want with disingenuous arguments about zoning and traffic.
Nice job Tribune.