Now I don't see anything in the story about the supposed building codes being violated, but I did find this:
In an interview with local TV network, WGRZ, Commissioner of Building Thomas Ketchum described Heick's allegation about the town as "absolutely false."
He told WGRZ that outstanding issues had caused him to issue a conditional certificate of occupancy for the mosque. It allows the building to be occupied but under the condition that code violations are corrected.Okay, so there may be some code issues, but should that cause people nearby to be ignorant and put up offensive signs. I don't know if this guy is a Christian or not, but I do know that Christians should not respond in this manner. If he is a Christian, he should use this as an opportunity to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ with his new neighbors, not tear them down.