Mosque planner was allowed to have not two, but 39 hearings to modify his application so as to meet the N.J. town's zoning requirements.
Neighbors rejected a rescue squad for the property...and instead got a mosque...with just 11 parking spaces.
Rev. David Butler, a retired Presbyterian minister from Montello assisted the church in selling the property.
One issue to be determined is how many parking spots will be needed for such a large building.
After citizens rejected a mosque in their town, the Federal government forced them to accept it and imposed a $400,000 fine (aka settlement).
Muslim has not filed for a change of use permit but opened a mosque in a single-family home.
Since May, the Township has been trying to paper-over the fact that it held a sham hearing in violation of New Jersey law.
Keene, N.H.-based Shire Free Church is donating a house to a Muslim who will turn the home into a mosque.
Source: Mosque To Be Built In Bensalem As Township Settles Lawsuit - Bensalem, PA Patch BENSALEM, PA — The Justice Department and Bensalem Township have reached an agreement to resolve allegations that the township violated the law when it denied zoning approval for a mosque two years ago. As part of the agreement, the Bensalem … Continue reading Pennsylvania: DOJ & CAIR Force Mosque on Residential Bensalem Neighborhood Not Zoned for Houses of Worship
City officials agreed to the change, but neighbors balked in a raucous public meeting and the city’s zoning board nixed any change
Court allows mosque to make statements concerning Christians and Jews, but the "Agreement" prohibits commentary relating to Islam or Muslims.
The mosque will be built and allowed a sewage infrastructure no other resident could acquire because it was never about equal treatment; it was about special treatment. For Muslims.
"The Islamic Center of Johnson County, Inc., unequivocally affirms the Qur’an and the Sunnah as its eternal and ultimate constitution."
The development will provide cradle to grave care for Muslims
Bayonne mosque administrator was a NJ contact for a Pre 9/11 Muslim Youth Jihad Camp in 2001
Islamic Society lawyers bullied and harassed citizens who spoke against mosque, then shook down the city for $3.25M.
The DOJ is also forcing Culpeper County to pay the mosque $10,000 and allow the mosque build out where no other building would have been approved.
"Hundreds of other building owners, and in some cases entire neighborhoods, manage to comply with historic preservation requirements. So must they."
DOJ should be investigating the mosque leader who helped facilitate a pre-9/11 jihad camp in the U.S.
“It is evident that AICC wanted to ‘plant the flag’ in this Chaldean Christian community by building this huge Mosque. "