Condolences from a leading stealth jihadist group in the U.S., to a now deceased stealth jihadist, via CAIR Offers Condolences on Passing of Va. Muslim Leader
WASHINGTON, Nov. 27, 2010 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The board and staff of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) today offered sincere condolences to the family of Mukit Hossain, a respected Virginia Muslim community activist, entrepreneur and leader who died early Saturday at his home in Spotsylvania, Va.
[NOTE: A funeral service will be held after zuhr prayers (about 12:45 p.m.) on Sunday, November 28, at the All Dulles Area Muslim Society (ADAMS) in Sterling, Va. Brother Mukit was a former board member of ADAMS. SEE: All Dulles Area Muslim Society (ADAMS) – http://www.adamscenter.org/ ]
“To God we belong and to Him we return,” said CAIR National Executive Director Nihad Awad. “Brother Mukit’s tireless and selfless activism demonstrated his lifelong commitment to social justice, positive civic engagement and the promotion of mutual understanding. We ask God to shower him with His mercy and to grant his loved ones patience in this time of sorrow.”
Brother Mukit, who was born in Bangladesh, was a graduate of Duke University and long played a pivotal role in the Muslim community of Virginia.
Like CAIR, Hosain apparently had a problem with the truth and was a master of taqqiya, via Stealth Islamist Mukrit Hosain decries surveillance says “we haven’t found one (Muslim) who is a terrorist”
Hossain is the founder of an organization called Foundation for Appropriate and Immediate Temporary Help (FAITH). In January 2006, Wachovia bank closed the accounts of FAITH, stating that certain account activity “was significantly different from that which Wachovia would expect to see in an account established for a charity.” FAITH’s offices are located in an office complex in Herndon, Virginia, which housed a series of organizations and charities linked to radical causes, including International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT) – the chief American sponsor of convicted Palestinian Islamic Jihad operative Sami Al-Arian’s Tampa think tank – as well as the “Safa Group” and the SAAR Foundation, currently under federal investigation. M. Yaqub Mirza of IIIT, Safa and SAAR bankrolled FAITH to the tune of $150,000 in April, 2005.
In 2004, another Hossain-led organization, the Muslim American Political Action Committee (MAPAC), received nearly $10,000 from Ahmad Totonji, also of IIIT, and his wife, Susanna. The Muslim Brotherhood-linked Muslim American Society (MAS) Freedom Foundation, who once lamented the death of Hamas founder Sheikh Yassin and referred to him merely as “a quadriplegic Palestinian religious leader,” honored Hossain as the “Herndon Citizen Of The Year” in 2004.
Just a few weeks ago a Muslim attendee of the All Dulles Area Muslim Society was arrested for plotting to bomb Washington-area subway stations. Yet there is a long, suspicious history of terror-connections at Hosain’s mosque:
…the All Dulles Area Muslims Society (ADAMS), which has longstanding ties to terrorism. For example, ADAMS Chairman Ahmed Tontonji was named as a defendant in a $1 trillion lawsuit filed by more than 600 relatives of people who had died in the 9/11 attacks. Tontonji also served as Vice President of the International Institute of Islamic Thought, which U.S. officials have linked to Osama bin Laden and al Qaeda. In March 2002, federal agents raided ADAMS’s facility in Herndon, Virginia, as part of an investigation into financial support for terrorism. Magid himself was present when the agents first arrived.
Remember, CAIR is Hamas according to a federal judge.