Somewhere in Saul Kripke's Naming and Necessity he employs the example of the Holy Roman Empire which was neither holy, Roman, nor an empire. Well, I heard the Ground Zero mosque described this morning by a Muslim on C-Span as neither at Ground Zero nor a mosque. As for the first claim, take a gander at this aerial shot (image credit):
The mosque site appears to be about two and a half city blocks from GZ. That should count as close enough to justify the moniker 'GZM.' After all, it couldn't be built right at GZ! As for the second point, that the GZM is not a mosque, is true in part: it will be a mosque enveloped by an Islamic center -- which is arguably worse.
But judgments on these matters differ wildly, don't they? Meanwhile, it turns out that the GZM developer, Sharif el-Gamal has quite a rap sheet.