"The paper [ @dallasnews ] just really rolled over, very timid and frightened about the whole thing. They just wanted it to go away."
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Sajuti taught Koranic studies at community centers and mosques in the U.S. over the past 30+ years of his illegal residency.
Father expressed concerns his children were being “Americanized” by his wife in contrast to their Syrian and Islamic roots; son Muhammad pushed her out 2nd story window to her death.
"Unfortunately, this is going to embolden those who believe that this must be continued ... they’ll feel that this is permission, that it’s okay to do this."
'The city articulated several reasons for its denial of Adam’s multiple and significant variance requests for a retrofit of an existing building that abuts residential properties'
The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said there was overwhelming evidence against Mustafa Kamel Mustafa (aka Abu Hamza), 60.
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Agreement includes a $75,000 total payment as well as policy manual update that formalizes accommodations for religious head coverings.
SDUSD statistics explicitly mention only two bullying incidents that involved Muslim students were reported in 2015-16 among the entire 130,000-student school district.
The Chronicle’s 2016 investigation found that complaints about Nezar AlSayyad’s behavior spanned decades.
Tunisian-Canadian Muslim said in an interview that “he had entered the United State with the sole purpose of killing armed U.S. government employees.”
Their jihad never ends.
Cargill also agreed to train managers and hourly workers in accommodating Muslim employees’ prayer breaks (i.e. sharia law).
Ajaj was sentenced in 1999 to more than 114 years in prison for his role in killing seven people, including Monica Rodriguez Smith, 34 and her unborn child.
In 2014, Mohammad Hassan Khalid was sentenced to five years in prison for aiding Muslim terrorists.
Judge cited “compelling testimony” from co-conspirators and recordings among the “overwhelming evidence” that the three intended to follow others to the battlefield to fight, and kill, for ISIS.
A Law Department rep said "the resolution of these matters were in the best interest of all parties involved."
The judge said nothing about Islam or Muslims and, “The record shows that over the course of the trial, the trial judge was courteous to both sides.”
Convicted Muslim terrorist - represented by U.S. college students - demands that all animals used for food must be fed, raised and slaughtered according to Islamic law.