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Want to Stop Spread the Radical Islam in Your Community? Here’s How To Do It!

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Posted on November 6 2010 10:00 am
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On November 1,  Proclaiming Justice To The Nations issued a press release to bring attention to its legal fight against the Murfreesboro mosque project. To those unfamiliar with the controversy, read my FrontPage Magazine article about it by clicking here. This fight is a potential tipping point in the battle against radical Islam, as the organization makes the wise decision of not trying to make the case that Islam isn’t a religion. Instead, they focus on the signs of extremism that exist in the case. In so doing, PJTN is paving the way forward for anti-jihadist activists around the country.

“…build a mosque, and pray all you want—but don’t offer support or refuge for anti-Semitism, anti-Americanism, terrorism in our community,”

the press release reads.

PJTN has a strong case on these grounds. Again, notice that they are NOT making a case that followers of Islam don’t have religious rights. As I wrote, the Islamic Center of Murfreesboro has a lot of explaining to do if they want to say they are moderate.

One of the Islamic Center of Murfreesboro’s board members, Mosaad Rawash, was suspended after the Investigative Project on Terrorism brought attention to his MySpace page that glorified violent jihad against Israel and Hamas. He is now a board member again. Apparently, to ICM, this was an offense (once people found out about it) but a forgivable one.

Furthermore, the ICM’s reading list includes various authors tied to the Muslim Brotherhood, most shockingly of which is Sheikh Yousef al-Qaradawi. Anyone with 30 seconds to spare can Google his name and see that he is a pro-terrorist, anti-democracy, anti-Semitic extremist. The reading list has since been deleted from the organization’s website.

Every second trying to make the case that the mosque shouldn’t be approved because Islam isn’t a religion is a second that could be used to point out these troublesome facts. According to PJTN’s press release, they have raised $40,000 of the $150,000 they need for this legal battle. If they are successful, the group will show that mosques with ties to extremism can be stopped through such legal pressure.  And I expect concerned citizens around the country to begin following their model. If you want to make a tax-deductible donation to them, go to their website at www.PJTN.org.

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