Saturday, June 23, 2012
More Questions on the Murfreesboro Mosque
Eric Allen Bell is a documentary film maker who went to Murfreesboro, Tennessee to cover the controversy over the construction of a mega-mosque in that small community. Initially supportive of the mosque builders, the more he learned, the more suspicious he became. Now an outspoken opponent of the mosque for a variety of reasons, Bell is writing and speaking out about the troubling associations of the people behind the mosque project.
Below is Bell's latest article for Global Infidel TV. There is a lot of information contained therein, and I am not in a position to confirm or refute any of the information. I do think, however, that it raises many concerns and should be part of the debate.
I would encourage the reader to note the alleged links between the Murfreesboro mosque and the Muslim Brotherhood. I would also point out the apparent involvement of the North American Islamic Trust (NAIT), which holds deeds on most of the mosques in the US-their own links back to Saudi Arabia and the Muslim Brotherhood, as well as the people involved with NAIT. I note the presence (as usual) of none other than Muzammil Siddiqi, head imam of the Islamic Center of Orange County, former head of the the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) and a member of the Fiqh Council of North America.
I forgot to mention that Siddiqi is also a proud winner of the prestigious "Rusty Award" handed out every year to "community leaders" in Orange County by the OC Human Relations Commission, headed by an empty-suit named Rusty Kennedy, who is currently fighting to maintain funding for this little bureaucracy in spite of wide-spread community opposition.
But I digress. Here is Mr Bell's article.