New Jersey: Man arrested after throwing firecrackers, shouting Allah Akbar at Passaic synagogue

 Islamophobia strikes again. via Clifton man accused of throwing lit firecrackers outside Passaic synagogue – NorthJersey.com. h/t TROP

PASSAIC – A 21-year-old Clifton man is accused of throwing lit firecrackers outside a synagogue and yelling “Allahu Akbar” before fleeing in a car Saturday night.

Rizek Musheisen is charged with bias intimidation, possession of fireworks, harassment and criminal mischief, Detective Andy White said. He was in the city’s lockup Sunday morning before bail was set.rizek-musheisen

Officers Michelle Merced and Matthew Auflander responded to the Ahavas Israel Synagogue at 181 Van Houten Ave. around 8 p.m. after a report of a suspicious incident, White said. The synagogue was open at the time.

A witness told them a 2012 black Nissan with tinted windows had pulled up in front of the synagogue, and one man, later identified as Musheisen, got out, lit the firecrackers and yelled the phrase – which White said translates to “God is greater, God is greatest” – before getting back into the car, according to police.

The witness’ description helped Merced and Auflander, part of the police department’s quality of life unit, find the car in a nearby Quick Chek parking lot.

They found a bag of firecrackers in the car’s trunk, White said. Musheisen was in the car with three men from Passaic, Jersey City and Linden. The three men were not charged in connection with the crime; authorities believe Musheisen acted alone.

The officers and Detective Sgt. Roy Bordamonte are investigating the incident, White said. Authorities don’t believe anyone was injured.

Police do not know if this was an isolated incident and caution residents to remain vigilant.

Anyone with information is asked to call Bordamonte at 973-365-3938.

New Jersey: Teacher suspended after making 3rd-graders send ‘get well’ wishes to cop-killing Muslim (update)

via Teacher suspended after her 3rd-graders send ‘get well’ wishes to cop killer Mumia Abu-Jamal

ORANGE, N.J. – A teacher in New Jersey who assigned her third-grade class to write “get well” letters to a sick inmate convicted of killing a Philadelphia police officer was suspended Friday, the school superintendent said.

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Orange School Superintendent Ronald Lee said in a statement that school administrators “vehemently deny” any knowledge of Marilyn Zuniga’s assignment. Preliminary inquiries found that Zuniga did not seek approval from administrators nor were parents notified, Lee said.

The letters were delivered to Mumia Abu-Jamal in prison following his hospitalization last month for what his family said was treatment for complications from diabetes. The former Black Panther is serving life behind bars for the 1981 murder of white Philadelphia police Officer Daniel Faulkner. His conviction was upheld through years of appeals, but he has gained international support for his claim that he is the victim of a racist justice system.

A supporter and history professor at Baruch College, Johanna Fernandez, brought him the letters.

She posted on her Facebook page that “he chuckled as he read excerpts from these touching letters.

Abu-Jamal was released from a hospital in Pottsville, Pennsylvania, on April 1, and returned to the prison, she said.

The school district was closed for spring break and the superintendent said a full investigation would begin when classes resume on Monday.

Zuniga will remain suspended without pay until the investigation is completed, the superintendent said. Additional action could be taken by the school board once the investigation is finished.

An email The Associated Press sent Zuniga seeking comment was not immediately returned.


The cop killer is a cause-celeb for Muslims.


Update: Teacher behind Mumia letters: ‘The mind of a child is where the revolution begins!’

Zuniga is likely never taught her 8-year-olds about the night when Mumia Abu-Jamal, formerly known as Wesley Cook, “silenced” Philadelphia police officer Daniel Faulkner by putting a bullet between his eyes.

But the teacher seems somewhat infatuated with the cop killer.

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Zuniga deleted her Twitter account amid the controversy.

 

Islam Creeping in Another U.S. School (Maryland)

Tip sent in by a reader, we believe this is out of New Jersey. in Baltimore City, Maryland.

To whom it may concern. I am contacting you in reference to a homework assignment my son had on March the 25 , This assignment is nothing but an attempt to force Islam on my son and the students in his class. In this assignment are quotes on Islam like the following.

(1) Allah is not the God of Muslims only. He is the God of all people and all creation.

(2) ”Muslims” means” anyone or anything that surrenders itself to the true will of God”. It states by this definition , that everything in nature (trees, animals, plants, etc.) are ”muslims”.

If anyone has had similar experiences or if the sender wants to provide more details on the school district or book/publisher, please let us know.

 Update: Another reader writes:

Middletown, NJ schools pushing the same garbage.

Former US Air Force Mechanic Turned Muslim Arrested Trying to Join Islamic State Terrorists

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via Former US Air Force Mechanic Charged With Trying to Join ISIS in Syria, Officials Say – ABC News.

A former U.S. Air Force veteran has been arrested by the FBI for allegedly trying to join ISIS, the brutal terrorist group wreaking havoc in Syria and Iraq, after watching their online propaganda videos, authorities announced today.

Tairod Nathan Webster Pugh, 47, who is from New Jersey but had been living overseas for years, was secretly arrested two months ago after being deported back to the United States.

On Jan. 10, he flew from Egypt to Turkey hoping to slip into Syria and “fight violent jihad” with ISIS, but Turkish authorities refused to let him enter their country, federal prosecutors say in court documents filed in Brooklyn, N.Y., authorities said.

Egyptian authorities then deported Pugh to the United States, where he was arrested by the FBI and found to be carrying multiple electronic devices, including a cell phone that allegedly contained a photograph of a machine gun. Some of the data on the electronic devices had been deleted, prosecutors say.

On his laptop, FBI agents discovered that he had been viewing ISIS propaganda online and conducting online searches for such phrases as “borders controlled by Islamic state,” “kobani border crossing,” and “who controls kobani,” according to prosecutors.

In addition, the FBI recovered two of Pugh’s backpacks, which allegedly contained two compasses, a solar-powered flashlight, a solar-powered power source, a fatigue jacket and camping clothes.

Pugh also allegedly searched online for the ISIS video “Flames of War,” a 55-minute piece of propaganda that even the FBI highlighted late last year when asking “for the public’s help identifying individuals who have traveled—or are planning to travel—overseas to engage in combat alongside terrorist organizations.”

A month before his alleged attempt to join ISIS, Pugh was fired from his job as an airplane mechanic in Kuwait, according to court documents. He learned how to install and maintain aircraft engines, navigation systems and weapons systems while serving in the Air Force from 1986 to 1990, the documents say.

According to court documents, he “appears to have close ties to a woman in Egypt whom he has identified as his wife.”

And Has (little terrorists) Children in America.

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Pugh converted to Islam after moving to San Antonio, Texas, in 1998 and “became increasingly radical in his beliefs,” the feds said.

In 2001, while he was working as a mechanic for American Airlines, a coworker notified the FBI that Pugh had been expressing anti-American sentiment and that he sympathized with Osama bin Laden, authorities said.

Pugh will be arraigned before a federal judge on Wednesday. If convicted at trial, Pugh faces a maximum sentence of 35 years in prison.

 

New Jersey: West Windsor police submit to four days of Islamic dawah

 That’s right. FOUR DAYS!!!west-windsor-dhimmis

This type of event isn’t necessary for Christians, Jews, Hindus, Buddhists – or any other religion. Why? Because only members of one religion are rapidly transforming U.S. towns and cities and committing acts of horrific violence in almost every country in the world. Muslims in the U.S. fully leverage their jihad-waging co-religionists to scare and subjugate non-Muslims. Muslims are the only ones who refuse to assimilate and force Western nations to accommodate their sharia practices. via West Windsor police host four-days of progrms to learn about Islam, Muslim culture | NJ.com. h/t Iron Burka

Close to 100 township workers and emergency responders attended a symposium hosted by the West Windsor Police Department focused on learning about Islam and Muslim culture, police said.

The four-day event took place last month at the Princeton Junction Fire Department and featured daily speakers from the Institute of Islamic Studies in East Windsor, covering aspects of the Islamic religion, cultural practices and sensitivities of the Muslim community.

“I would say I made new friends,” said Sgt. Mark Lee, who helped organize the event. “We’re building bridges of understanding.”

The Institute of Islamic Studies has been located on Princeton Hightstown Road in East Windsor for nearly 20 years and last year broke ground on a new mosque to be built at 2030 Old Trenton Road in West Windsor.

We covered that mosque in this post: $5M Muslim Brotherhood mosque near Princeton

Tahir Zafar, the institute’s board chairman, said working to build trust between police and the communities they serve helps both sides. Learning about Muslim culture, given the current political climate, is especially important, Zafar said.

“Without the trust of the community, law enforcement can’t function,” Zafar said. “We all have to work together to build that trust.”

In other words, Muslims won’t follow the laws and won’t cooperate with the police unless the police submit to their sharia.

The Islamic Center members served as speakers, covering topics like traditional Muslim dress, the timing and meaning of Muslim prayer, religious holidays and Muslim obligations, Zafar said.

“We learned, they learned, I learned,” Lee said. “I can’t begin to put into words how good this was.”

Lee said he learned about the hajib, the traditional head covering worn by Muslim women. He said some officers asked about removing it from arrestees because it could be a strangulation risk.

Members of the institute said the hajib could be removed in certain circumstances, so long as there is something covering the head.

Lee said there was a frank discussion of Muslim radicalization and extremism, and members of the institute explained that although ISIS and other extremist groups grab the headlines, the vast majority of Muslim people denounce violence, especially violence committed in the name of Islam.

“I could give an analogy, it’s like the thought that every police officer is involved in a Ferguson-type of thing, so every cop is like that,” Lee said. “It’s a generalization and it’s pigeonholing everybody.”

It was the first time the institute put on a symposium on Islam, and Zafar said he thought the event went well, drawing a surprising number of people.

“We were pleasantly surprised,” Zafar said. “It was very, very engaging and we think this could be a real model for other townships.”


 Indeed. Pleasantly surprised at how easily those entrusted with protecting Americans rolled over and submitted to dhimmi status.

Like New York, New Jersey is descending to the point of no return (click link to read nearly 200 posts in NJ) very quickly. Jerseyan’s should already be well-versed in Islam. The first WTC attack was planned and carried out by Muslims in New Jersey and the second WTC attack took the lives of hundreds of New Jersey residents in plain view of millions more. It’s been downhill ever since with rapid Muslim immigration and foreign-funded mosque building to spread the intolerant ideology.

New Jersey: Muslim who claimed bias attack found guilty of setting up wife’s murder

As  we posted in 2011:

Parvaiz said he was shot by a black male, a white male and an unknown third male who shouted slurs saying that he and his wife were terrorists.

His statement to authorities changed several times, including once when he said the shooters were three black men.

“Within hours of the crime, it was obvious to investigators that this was sadly the alleged handiwork of the victim’s husband who allegedly did the unthinkable and plotted to murder his wife after a religious celebration,” Bianchi said.

Parvaiz told investigators there were issues in his marriage and he was angry at his wife for speaking negatively about his family.

In other words, an honor killing. And another fake Muslim hate crime perpetrated by…a Muslim.

More via Cheating husband found guilty of setting up wife’s murder while out walking with their young son — as it’s revealed he spent $4,500 on black magic spells to get rid of her | Daily Mail Online.

A New York City man was convicted Thursday of setting up the fatal shooting of his wife while the couple was on a walk with one of their young sons in New Jersey.

A jury deliberated for four hours before convicting Kashif Parvaiz of scheming with his girlfriend to kill his wife and make it look like a random attack.

The August 2011 shooting occurred while Parvaiz and his wife, 27-year-old Nazish Noorani, walked with their son near her family’s home in Boonton, a New Jersey suburb about 30 miles from New York that is home to a large Pakistani-American population.

Noorani was killed, Parvaiz was wounded and the boy was unharmed. The couple’s other son was with family members in the house.

‘Nothing will ever restore Nazish to her family. As her two young children grow up, they will never have their mother by their side. Her family, and most especially her siblings, will never see her again,’ Morris County Prosecutor Fredric Knapp said in a statement. ‘This verdict, however, demonstrates to all of her loved ones that justice has been served.’

Antoinette Stephen pleaded guilty to murder and other offenses and testified against Parvaiz. The Billerica, Massachusetts, resident was having an affair with Parvaiz and admitted firing the fatal shots.

Parvaiz first told police that his family had been attacked by a group of men who called them terrorists and suggested that it was a bias crime, prosecutors said. Noorani was originally from Karachi, Pakistan.

Stephen and Parvaiz exchanged text messages in the days leading up to the shooting, according to an arrest affidavit released by the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office.

‘You hang in there. Freedom is just around ur corner,’ read one text sent from a phone listed to Stephen’s father to Parvaiz, according to the affidavit.

According to Morris County Prosecutor Robert Bianchi, Parvaiz’s accounts of the attack were inconsistent and immediately raised suspicions.

Parvaiz told investigators the couple was attacked by a different combination of black and white males who shouted ethnic slurs, authorities said. In his initial story, the group shouted something about the family being ‘terrorists,’ authorities said.

Bianchi said investigators were deeply concerned when Parvaiz suggested it was a bias crime, but within hours ‘it was obvious to investigators that this was sadly the alleged handy work of the victim’s husband who allegedly did the unthinkable and plotted to murder his wife.’

Nazish Noorani lived in fear of her abusive husband as their marriage crumbled and chillingly foretold of her fate to her brother.

In a text to him she wrote: ‘I dont no wht to do. Cant talk to him cuz he abuse me than … he doesnt wanna live with me … i dont no kids get scared of him sometimes … im so tired of this … i dont no Im scared …someday u will find me dead because its cuz of kaski … he wants to kill me.’

The victim’s sister, Lubna Choudhry, cried in the hallway in the arms of her brother, Kaleem Norrani, after the verdict was read. The family did not immediately comment.

Prosecutors said during the three-week trial that Parvaiz emailed two black magic companies asking if they could come up with a way to make his wife leave him, kill herself or disappear. They said he paid at least $4,500 for spells and prayers from the company.

Parvaiz was convicted of murder, conspiracy to commit murder, endangering the welfare of a child, child abuse, hindering apprehension by lying to police and weapons charges. He faces life in prison at his sentencing, which is scheduled for April 24.

Stephen faces a minimum of 30 years in prison, but has yet to be sentenced.

 

New Jersey town forced to pay $7.75 million to Muslims to build mega-mosque

via Atlas Shrugs who writes:

In a striking violation of the establishment clause, Obama’s lawless administration is imposing the sharia nationwide, allowing the rampant construction of rabats and jihad recruitment centers at a time when we should be monitoring the mosques and restricting construction of  Muslim Brotherhood beachheads and Islamic State madrassas.

 Many churches and synagogues and Wal-Marts and what have you have been unable to build because of zoning laws. So why is Muslim supremacism enshrined in DOJ policy? And why are they given special rights? The United States of America is based on individual rights — no special rights for special classes.

 These proposed  giant mosques in small residential neighborhoods with even smaller Muslim populations are “rabats,” a beachhead to spread Islam. The first rabat appeared at the time of Muhammad.

 The Prophet imposed his rule on parts of Arabia through a series of ghazvas, or razzias (the origin of the English word “raid”). The ghazva was designed to terrorize the infidels, convince them that their civilization was doomed and force them to submit to Islamic rule. Those who participated in the ghazva were known as the ghazis, or raiders.

After each ghazva, the Prophet ordered the creation of a rabat—or a point of contact at the heart of the infidel territory raided. The rabat consisted of an area for prayer, a section for the raiders to eat and rest and facilities to train and prepare for future razzias [raids].

Unfortunately for many in the rural central New Jersey neighborhood, the mosque will be built by a luxury apartment complex. Details via Bridgewater, mosque settlement reaches $7.75 million

– There will be no mosque on Mountaintop Road.

Instead, under the terms of a settlement between the township and the Al Falah Center, a mosque will be built between Routes 202-206 and 287 on a 15-acre lot the township will buy for $2.75 million.

The township will exchange that lot for the former Redwood Inn property on Mountaintop Road where the mosque originally was proposed.

In addition, the township’s insurance carrier will pay the Al Falah Center $5 million for alleged damages, costs and attorney fees in exchange for dropping its lawsuit against the township.

The township will use $815,000 from its open space trust fund and a $1.935 million bond ordinance to buy the property between Harding and West Foothill roads, south of the 80-unit Woodmont Square at Bridgewater apartment complex.

Members of the Al Falah Center were satisfied with the settlement.

“I think it’s a just result,” said Omar T. Mohammedi, a member of Al Falah’s board. “We’re just excited we will have a place of worship.”

Mohammedi said that because plans have to be developed for the property, no timeline has been drawn for the submission of plans and construction.

“It’s a great site,” he said.

The settlement, approved unanimously Monday by the township council, ends a bitter three-year dispute that landed in federal court and already has cost the township hundreds of thousands of dollars in legal fees.

But Council President Matthew Moench said the settlement could potentially save the township “an enormous amount of money” if the municipality lost the lawsuit.

Mayor Dan Hayes said the settlement prevents Al Falah from seeking attorney fees allowed by federal law that would have exceeded the township’s insurance coverage.

Without a settlement, the mayor said, the costs would have been paid by taxpayers.

Al Falah Center will have 20 months to gain the necessary approvals to build the mosque, said Kevin Coakley, the attorney representing the township in the litigation.

Coakley said the township has agreed to “cooperate” with the Al Falah Center in the approval process.

Because the site is zoned for houses of worship and has access to a highway, the lot meets the criteria in the township’s zoning ordinance. That zoning ordinance, adopted after the Al Falah Center applied to build the mosque on Mountaintop Road, was at the center of the legal dispute

The settlement leaves that ordinance in effect.

“The preservation of our residential uses and the ability to zone uses appropriate for their locations is a critical right the township fought to preserve,” Hayes said. “This settlement leaves our ordinance intact, ends our exposure to the almost unlimited costs of further litigation and allows all parties to move forward.”

Hayes said the township has not decided what to do with the 7-acre Mountaintop Road property.

The Route 202-206 property has a $803,600 assessment and the 2013 property taxes were $16,634. In 2012, the township approved a 39-unit townhouse development for the property that was never built.

The settlement also calls for the suspension of the planning board hearings that started in January on Al Falah’s proposal to build the mosque on the former Redwood Inn property.

The hearings often featured contentious exchanges between neighbors and witnesses testifying for the Al Falah Center on issues such as the size of prayer mats used to determine the number of worshipers the proposed mosque could accommodate, a number that would determine the required number of parking spaces.

Neighbors to the proposed mosque on Mountaintop Road hired lawyers to represent them before the board.

The legal battle between the township and the Al Falah Center began after the congregation applied in January 2011 to construct the mosque on the site of the former catering hall.

Two months later, the council adopted an ordinance that limited sites for a house of worship to certain roads because of traffic-volume concerns. That ordinance would have shifted the mosque proposal to the Zoning Board of Adjustment, where requirements for granting a use variance are more stringent.

After the dismissal, the Al Falah Center filed suit in federal court, alleging that the township violated federal law by enacting a land-use ordinance that treats religious institutions on less than equal terms than nonreligious institutions. The accelerated passage of the ordinance was “strong circumstantial evidence” of the township’s intent to discriminate against the mosque, according to court papers.

“The case speaks for itself,” Mohammedi said.

But Moench emphasized that the settlement concluded that the township has “done nothing wrong.”

In September 2013, federal Judge Michael Shipp sided with the Al Falah Center and ruled that the mosque application must be heard by the Planning Board without applying the standards in the ordinance.

Shipp issued an injunction preventing the township from enforcing the ordinance. The judge also ordered the planning board to reopen the hearings on the mosque proposal.

Though the township appealed the ruling, the second round of hearings began. As part of the settlement, the township’s appeal will be dropped.

In June, retired federal judge Stephen Orlofsky was named as mediator in the dispute. Hayes said he participated in hours of negotiations over several months to settle the dispute.

“It’s been a long and arduous journey,” Township Attorney William Savo said.


For the rest of New Jersey, the long arduous journey (to ruin) is just beginning.

The mosque must certainly have foreign backers, if you recall the Al Falah Center had four high-powered law firms and the Feds working on its behalf.

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