New Jersey: Pastor’s home vandalized for 4th time after opposing mosque, sharia law (updated)

Bayonne, where once upon a time you could see the Twin Towers…until Muslims destroyed them…on their second attempt. Coincidentally:

The Muslim community has been in Bayonne for 15 years, and for the past seven years, the group has rented the basement of St. Henry’s School at 28th Street and Avenue C for its activities, he said.

9/11 was just the beginning. Source: Pastor vandalized for fourth time after anti-mosque remarks h/t Blazing Cat Fur

BAYONNE – A pastor who has been outspoken about his opposition to construction of a mosque in Bayonne is the victim of vandalism for the fourth time.

In the past, Pastor Joseph Basile has spoken against plans to turn an old warehouse on 24th Street into a mosque due to its proximity to homes. Things changed when his question about their beliefs went unanswered.

Basile says he asked the men in charge if they believed in Sharia law and they refused to answer. Their lawyer wouldn’t let them answer.

Sharia law is moral laws for Muslims in which, in extreme versions, women are forced to wear all black and adulterers are stoned.

Basile says he is uncomfortable with Muslims not sharing what their beliefs are.

Earlier this week, Basile’s house was graffitied.  He was also verbally threatened by someone who knocked on his front door in another incident.  So far, police have not caught anyone.

Following the last bought of vandalism, local Muslim leaders denounced the actions and said the pastor has the right to publicly share his concerns.

The zoning board meeting later in the month will decide the matter of the mosque.


The proposed site is surrounded by homes as the mosque / community center’s website shows – a site that links to the major terror-linked Muslim groups in North America.

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UPDATE: Reader’s have done what reporter’s fail to do – research.

The mosque’s Board of Directors includes one Waheed Akbar:

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It appears the same Bayonne Muslims mosque administrator, highlighted in red above and below, was a NJ contact for a Pre 9/11 Muslim Youth Jihad Camp in 2001

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screen shot of jihad camp webpage

Cross-referencing multiple, additional databases confirms the same Waheed Akbar that was one of the New Jersey contacts for Jihad Camp uses the same phone number and street address as the Bayonne mosque board member.

Here’s a snippet from saved archives of what the Jihad Camp presented, including notorious jihad-preacher Siraj Wahhaj as a speaker:

“Jihad is ordained for you (Muslims) though you dislike it, and it may be that you dislike something which is good for you and that you like something which is bad for you.  Allah knows but you do not know”
Surat-al-Baqarah(2), ayah 216

The word Jihad conjures up the vision of a marching band of religious fanatics with savage beards and fiery eyes brandishing drawn swords and attacking the infidels wherever they meet them and pressing them under the edge of the sword for the recital of Kalima…
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Our Jihad Camp will help educate the youth and provide them with the proper understanding of the concept of Jihad. 

To view the flyer for Jihad Camp, click here

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Akbar was a top official at the group who conducted the jihad training camp. Their oath to sharia law is abundantly clear in their bylaws:

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Members of the Islamic compound haven’t answered questions on their adherence to sharia law but the answers are obvious. How will they explain to the citizens of Bayonne the youth Jihad Camp? Will anyone even ask?

Virginia: FBI Top Official Panders to Muslims at Notorious Terror Mosque

Paul Abbate, head of the FBI's Washington field office, who, this week, was appointed executive FBI Assistant Director for Criminal Investigations Worldwide

Paul Abbate, head of the FBI’s Washington field office, who, this week, was appointed executive FBI Assistant Director for Criminal Investigations Worldwide

Source: FBI top official reassures local Muslim community | WUSA9.com

FALLS CHURCH, VA (WUSA9) – A week before Donald Trump’s inauguration, a top FBI official paid a visit to Falls Church mosque Dar al Hijra to reassure the Muslim community that stopping hate crimes is one of the agency’s biggest concerns.

Over the past year, this country has seen a 6% increase in hate crimes, including a 67% increase in hate crimes against Muslims, according to the Virginia Attorney General’s office.

Longtime Dar al Hijra Imam Johari Abdul-Malik embraced Paul Abbate, head of the FBI’s Washington field office, who, this week, was appointed executive FBI Assistant Director for Criminal Investigations Worldwide.

“The essence of why we’re here is to keep you safe,” Abbate told the congregates as they gathered on the prayer rugs.

Joined by his team and Fairfax County Police Chief Ed Roessler, Abbate spoke to about a thousand people at one of three prayer services.

Speaking to WUSA9 afterward, he said the FBI is committed to stopping hate crimes and that people coming forward to report suspicious activity is key.

“We want them to come forward. We want to engage with them. So that if there’s anything we can do to prevent acts of violence of harm coming to people or communications, that’s what we’re all about,” said Abbate.

Abbate also told the worshippers that the FBI is hiring and looking to diversify its ranks to better reflect the communities it serves.

His presence and words eased the fears of many.

Sarah Moustafa said she has been concerned, given the political climate this past year.

“Now, I feel like this kind of support there is a plus side, even though there is so much negativity, people are coming out showing us there are  good people,” she said.

“We’re so happy, we have support and help from official in Washington,” said Hesham Hassan.

“This is our country. It’s a great thing. Big support for Muslims, actually.”

Abbate said his team has had an on-going relationship with the mosque. Whose leaders asked him to come deliver this message today.

“For people to see in the flesh, to press the flesh, to look in someone’s the eye and get a sense of the veracity of what they’re saying, it makes a tremendous a difference,” said Imam Johari.


About the mosque Abbate has such a cozy relationship with. Well, most recently, it’s where the Capitol suicide bomber prayed prior to attempting his jihad. But there is much, much more.

via CAIR and the 9/11 Mosque:

Dar al-Hijrah Islamic Center in Falls Church, Va., is a known breeding ground for terrorists, including:

* Fugitive Hamas leader Mousa Abu Marzook, a former mosque leader to whom CAIR funneled at least $40,000.

* Top al-Qaida fundraiser Abdurahman Alamoudi, a one-time CAIR director now serving 23 years in federal prison for terrorism.

* Ahmed Omar Abu Ali, the would-be al-Qaida presidential assassin who trained with a cell led by a former CAIR official.

* Mohammed al-Hanooti, a current mosque leader and unindicted co-conspirator in both the 1993 World Trade Center bombing and recent Holy Land Foundation terror finance case.

* Ismail Elbarasse, a founding mosque member and leader who was arrested for allegedly casing the Chesapeake Bay bridge for attack.

* Abdelhaleem Ashqar, mosque leader and suspected Hamas operative recently convicted for obstruction of justice.

* Abdullah bin Laden, nephew of the al-Qaida kingpin whose name appears on the federal terrorist watchlist.

*  Hani Hanjour, 9/11 hijacker and Saudi national who flew the jumbo jet into the Pentagon.

* Nawaf al-Hazmi, 9/11 hijacker and Saudi national who joined Hanjour  on the Pentagon flight and acted as second in command of the entire al-Qaida operation behind hijacking ringleader Mohamed Atta.

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Are Mosques Muslim “Churches”?

“But is the mosque only for prayers?  No.  The mosque is the center for all Islamic activity as it used to be in the mosques of the Prophet in Medina.  In these mosques, not only prayers took, place, but it was a school of knowledge where companions used to study the Quran and ask questions.  It was a place for the Government to receive delegations from foreign countries.  It was a treasury from which charity work was done and it was a war-room where decisions and planning for wars imposed on Muslims were made.”  A Quote from Islam-USA.com on Mosques

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A war room where plans to impose Islam on non-Muslims were made. Source: Are Mosques Muslim “Churches?” – Understanding the Threat

Many people in the West are significantly confused about the true nature of a mosque.

To understand what a mosque is, one must first understand what Islam is. To be a “muslim” is to be one who submits to Islam. To submit to Islam is to submit to the law of Allah – sharia.  100% of all sharia mandates jihad until the world is under Islamic rule (sharia).  Jihad is only defined in sharia as “warfare against non-Muslims.”

The mosque is the center of all life in the Islamic community.  Islam defines itself as a “complete way of life (social, cultural, military, political, legal and religious)” and the mosque is the center of all things social, cultural, military, political, legal and religious.

In a video HERE, former Islamic scholar and professor of sharia, Sam Solomon (name he uses since his conversion to Christianity), details a mosque is the center of Islamic government and much more than a place to pray.

According to Islam, the perfect example for all mankind is Mohammad.  The koran says so.

“And thou (Mohammad) standest on an exalted standard of character.”  Koran 68:4

“Ye have indeed in the Messenger of Allah a beautiful pattern of conduct for any one whose hope is in Allah and the Final Day, and who engages much in the Praise of Allah.”  Koran 33:21

Why do Muslims step their right foot into the mosque first? Because Mohammad did it.

Why is it unlawful for Muslim men to wear gold? Because Mohammad forbid it.

Why is it okay for a 60 year old Muslim man to marry a 7 year old girl? Because Mohammad married Aisha when she was 6 and consummated the relationship when she was 9.

Why is it okay for Muslims to war against non-Muslims? Because Mohammad said it and Mohammad did it.

How did Mohammad use the first mosque in Medina?  It was used for: social gatherings; for legal rulings; for teaching Islam; for storing food, water, ammunition and weapons; for housing jihadis; for planning battles; and it was the place from which jihadi was launched.

Mosques are the center of the Islamic State, and the places from which Islam enforces its will on the community and on the world.

This is why all over the world, military and security services continue to find weapons and explosives in mosques, and the mosques teach jihad is obligatory for the muslim community. Continue reading

Virginia: Terror-linked mosque adding new location in Prince William County

Source: Muslim group seeks ‘win-win’ for debated Pr. William Co. mosque | WTOP

WASHINGTON — Public debate over a proposed mosque in Prince William County has focused on whether waste should flow into a public sewer or a septic system, but some wonder whether the controversy stems from anti-Muslim bias.

In 2014, the All Dulles Area Muslim Society (ADAMS) purchased land in Nokesville, with plans to build a 22,400-square-foot mosque.

Rizwan Jaka, chairman of the board for ADAMS, said that Muslims in the area have been using rented space in Manassas for prayers.

“Our American dream has always been to have a location in western Prince William County,” Jaka told WTOP.

In December, the county planning commission voted 6-2 to approve the project, with the caveat that the building would use a septic system.

“We appreciate it was approved,” said Jaka. “We would like to advocate for public sewer, which we believe would be more environmentally friendly.”

Many houses in the area are required to use septic systems, but Jaka said larger facilities are better-served by the public sewer system.

Jaka said many of the properties near the proposed mosque are connected to the public sewer.

“The county did approve a public sewer for the church across the street. We would like to have that same treatment,” said Jaka.

Opponents have expressed concern about the building height, parking lots, increased traffic and development in what’s known as the Rural Crescent area, which lies between rural Fauquier County and the more urbanized eastern half of Prince William County. Jaka said an elementary school and high school are nearby.

One neighbor in opposition to the mosque, Tammy Spinks,  said ADAMS “knew the property they bought was in the Rural Crescent and that sewer is not allowed.”

“They bought it anyway because the property was cheaper than the developed area,” Spinks said.

Jaka said the group is dedicated to being good neighbors, and has made several concessions to promote cooperation.

However, Jaka said 30 proposed mosques around the country have been hampered by anti-Muslim bigotry, disguised as land-use issues.

“We do not see as much explicit bias as we’ve seen in those other cases around the around the country,” said Jaka.

In December, the Justice Department sued Culpeper County alleging discrimination after the Virginia county denied a request for a permit to build there.

Jaka doesn’t believe that will be necessary.

“We hope we can work with the county to come up with a win-win solution for Prince William County, our community, and the neighbors to make this a great addition to western Prince William County, said Jaka. “But obviously we want to advocate for our rights under the Constitution of the United States and equal protection under the law.”

Jaka is hopeful the Prince William County Board of Supervisors will agree, when it takes up the issue at a still-unscheduled, upcoming meeting.


Notice the veiled threat of legal jihad? Any win for this group is a loss for non-Muslims in the area.

More on the terror mosque from a piece that exposed DHS doing the same, via Mosque Tied to Muslim Brotherhood:

Federal agents raided the ADAMS Center during a 2002 terrorism investigation into organizations tied to the Muslim Brotherhood, according to court documents published by the Clarion Project.

“A government affidavit said the group is ‘suspected of providing support to terrorists, money laundering, and tax evasion through the use of a variety of for-profit companies and ostensible charitable entities under their control, most of which are located at [the ADAM Center’s offices at] 555 Grove Street, Herndon, V.A.,” according to the report.

Additionally, several accused terrorists have allegedly spent time at the ADAMS Center, including Farooque Ahmed, who was arrested for planning to bomb the Washington-area subway.

Patrick Poole, a terrorism analyst and national security reporter who has written about the ADAMS Center, called the DHS secretary’s scheduled appearance concerning.

“The ADAMS Center has been a documented hub of extremism that even in the most generous interpretation has a poor record of dealing with terrorists in their midst,” Poole said. “It was no coincidence that the Attorney General of the United States was canceling outreach meetings due solely to the presence of Mohamed Magid.”

The fatwa mentioned in the invitation to the event was signed by at least one individual “who is currently in prison in Egypt convicted of terrorism charges,” Poole noted.


There goes western Prince William County, down the sewer.

New York: Sympathetic judge gives light sentence to ‘autistic’, wannabe jihadi

Outside the mosque no doubt – but which one has the “malady”?

Source: Judge gives light sentence to autistic wannabe terrorist | New York Post

A wannabe terrorist from Long Island was sentenced Tuesday to 13 years in prison by a federal judge who took pity on him because he’s autistic.

Justin Kaliebe, 22, of Bay Shore, faced up to 30 years for trying to join a Yemeni branch of al Qaeda in 2013 to wage jihad against the US.

Long Island federal court Judge Denis Hurley agreed that Kaliebe was “radicalized to the nth degree” but said he has a “malady” and “probably falls somewhere on the autistic scale.”

“I am very sympathetic to this defendant,” said Hurley during the hours-long sentencing proceeding in Central Islip. “Besides from the havoc he intended to cause, he is a very nice young man.”

Before a courtroom packed with relatives and friends, Kaliebe tearfully apologized for turning to radical Islam as a way to escape a childhood of bullying.

“I thought I finally found true friends at the mosque in Bay Shore,” he said about converting to Islam in his early teens. “I have now renounced Islam. I have chosen to be guided by love.”

Kaliebe’s mother audibly wept in court as he added, “I regret every day of my actions. I wish I was in college right now. I wish I could be with my mother and sister right now.”

He begged Hurley not to throw the book at him.

“Please, Judge Hurley, don’t lock me up and throw away the key. Let me have another chance to live my life,” Kaliebe said.

In 2013, Kaliebe pleaded guilty to two counts of attempting to provide material support to terrorists.

He’ll be under 20 years of supervised release once he gets out of prison.

His co-defendant Marcos Alonso Zea was sentenced to 25 years for also plotting to join al Qaeda.


He claims to have renounced Islam. Let’s see how well that goes over at Riker’s Island or wherever he serves his time.

Separately, in Alabama, another wannabe jihadi was let go by a judge after finding he was not guilty by reason of mental defect. This despite a:

…second evaluation found that Pruitt may have Autism Spectrum Disorder and “may have a much more developed skill set/ability than was previously believed,” according to the judge’s order.

He had no problem chatting up what he thought were Muslim terrorists on social media.

Upon his release, the local media treated him like a celebrity lofting softball question after softball question and not once asking him about the crime he took part in.

Video: Islam is Not Peaceful, ISIS is Pure Islam

Listen to this wide-ranging discussion on the Islamic threat to America…while perusing Creeping Sharia’s 2016 year in review – Part One (Jan – March) and Part Two (April – June). All well worth your time. Part Three coming later today soon.

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Michigan: Violent threats at mosque came from…Muslim woman

None of the headlines we saw mention that the “woman” is – drumroll – MUSLIM. Just more fake news and another fake hate crime fizzles. Source: Police: Woman makes threats at Kentwood Islamic center | WOODTV.com h/t TROP

KENTWOOD, Mich. (WOOD) — Authorities are investigating after a woman allegedly threatened violence and demanded money at a Kentwood Islamic center.

Police were called to the At-Tawheed Islamic Center at 3357 E. Paris Ave., south of 32nd Street, at 8:46 a.m. for a report of an armed robbery.

The Kentwood Police Department says the woman demanded money from workers at the center and threatened violence. They said she claimed to have a weapon and talked about “blowing up.”

“She indicated if she doesn’t get it, she’s going to kill somebody or explode somebody or something,” said Ali Matwalli, the chairman of the board for the Islamic Center.

The center was locked at the time and the woman was never inside the building.

A Michigan State Police bomb squad was called in. A bomb squad robot checked the woman’s purse and jacket outside the center, as well as her car parked in the plaza next door. Kentwood police say no weapons were found.

Matwalli says he thinks the woman targeted the Islamic Center because the organization is known to help people of all faiths who are in need.

“So she is coming and thinking when you walk in, they are going to help you out,” he said.

Police said the center had helped the woman before.

“It was reported she was here last week and asked for some scarves, which the Islamic Center did provide for her. She said she had converted to Islam, but they have not had any previous contact with her at the center,” said Kentwood police Capt. Richard Roberts.

Police say the woman, a Grand Rapids resident in her 30s, was taken to the Kent County jail. The prosecutor’s office will determine if she will be charged.


Update:

The Kent County Prosecutor’s Office says she will be charged with one count of false threat of terrorism, a felony that carries a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison. She’s expected to be arraigned Wednesday.

Tuesday, Matwalli said Moss made comments about being Shiite — a minority group of the Muslim faith, and said she targeted the mosque because it was Sunni. Matwalli said that the email also referenced Shiites.

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