Ground Zero mosque imam tied to co-conspirator in terror-funding trial

Tim Sumner
via The Mark Levin Show
7/22/2010

The Council on American-Islamic Relations wants you to believe those who oppose a Cordoba House * at Ground Zero are bigots. It is CAIR’s modus operandi to cry “bigot” and then release a statement to the press:

Why is all this bigotry and hatred being employed to stop the construction of a community center that will house recreational and banquet facilities, meeting rooms, an auditorium — and yes, a prayer space for Muslims and people of other faiths? … The constitutional rights of American Muslims must not be left in the hands of those who exploit and promote fear of the “other” and use the same divisive tactics that have harmed so many other societies throughout history. — Ibrahim Hooper, national communications director for the Council on American-Islamic Relations, July 22, 2010

Imam Feisel Abdul Rauf heads the Cordoba Initiative that seeks to build a 15-story mosque, “cultural center,” and Islamic “fun center” overlooking Ground Zero. He advocates for replacing our Constitution with sharia law, to take away religious freedom from all non-believers in Islam. His Cordoba House is an attempt by the Muslim Brotherhood to plant sharia’s flag over where genocide was committed and brave American heroes fell.

Among those individuals and organizations named as un-indicted co-conspirators in the Holy Land Foundation case were: Jamal Badawi (”Founding incorporator of the Muslim American Society“); Islamic Society of North America, aka ISNA; North American Islamic Trust, aka NAIT; Islamic Association for Palestine in North America, aka IAP; and Council on American Islamic Relations, aka CAIR.

The ISNA and IIIT funded and privately distributed Imam Rauf’s book, with his permission, to Islamic centers around the country…

* Note – While it has been announced the proposed Cordoba House mosque and Islamic Cultural Center has changed its name to ‘51 Park Place’, they have yet to figure out what to rename the 7-year old Cordoba Initiative.

The rest is at The Mark Levin Show‘s website.

Update: An Intolerable Mistake on Hallowed Ground, by Sarah Palin.

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