Robert Spencer at Jihad Watch cites the New York Times as reporting on the Rosa Parks comparison. The Times also referred to two of the Muslim leaders who spoke outside the proposed site of the mosque, Nihad Awad and Mahdi Bray:
"Ground zero is all of ours," said Nihad Awad, the executive director of the [Hamas-linked] Council on American-Islamic Relations. "Ground zero does not belong to a specific group of people or religion. Ground zero belongs to all Americans, and we all share the grief, we all share the healing." He said it was unfair to associate the planned community center or all Muslims with 9/11.Award heads an organization (CAIR) that was an unindicted co-conspirator in the Holy Land Foundation trial in which HLF was found guilty on over 100 counts related to funding Hamas. Bray has been caught on video raising money for Hamas in a Florida mosque.
Mahdi Bray, executive director of the Washington-based [Muslim Brotherhood front] Muslim American Society Freedom, the civil rights branch of the Muslim American Society, compared those who want the project built elsewhere to those who he said told Rosa Parks: "We want you to move. You offend us being where you are. This is not the right place for you to be."
Oh, and also courtesy of Jihad Watch is this video of Bray enthusiastically expressing his support for Hamas and Hezbollah.