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Justice, CORE to discuss terrorists' wooing of blacks
Washington Times ^
| Steve Miller
Posted on 11/12/2002 11:04:23 PM PST by kattracks
Edited on 07/12/2004 3:58:45 PM PDT by Jim Robinson.
The Department of Justice met yesterday with a New York civil rights group to discuss the recruitment of black American Muslims by terrorist organizations.
Roy Innis, chairman of the conservative Congress of Racial Equality, told officials he fears an increasing alliance between Middle East-based terrorists and domestic black Islamists.
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TOPICS: Culture/Society; Front Page News; Government; News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: alfuqra; blackmuslims; core; jamaatalfuqra; jihadinamerica; nationofislam; royinnis
posted on 11/12/2002 11:04:23 PM PST
To: *JIHAD IN AMERICA; Ernest_at_the_Beach
Another bit of evidence, against Islam - in this country.
If any imam, mullah speaks words of incitement inside our borders, lock him up.
Outside our borders, incitement speech SHOULD cause the host country, to lock them up. This includes all the muslim countries, plus Britain, Germany, France etc.
Lock them up, indefinetely, for the duration.
If a Christian preacher urged his congregation to kill anybody, whatsoever, I expect that laws exist, which would support such an arrest.
Same for muslims.
Roy Innis is a remarkably courageous man of integrity. I fear for his safety.
posted on 11/13/2002 12:04:17 AM PST
To: TexKat; Sabertooth; Grampa Dave
posted on 11/13/2002 9:12:20 AM PST
Thanks for the ping, madfly.
posted on 11/13/2002 10:27:11 AM PST
To: Sabertooth; Shermy; Clovis_Skeptic; ladyinred; Ernest_at_the_Beach; Joe Montana
Finally, thanks the brave American, Roy Innis, this dirty secret of Black Muslims recruiting for al Fuqra in our prisons is out in the open.
To: Travis McGee; Squantos; Jeff Head
More revelations re the recruitment of black felons in our prisons by Black Muslims. Many of which became connected with al Furqa when they were paroled.
If a Christian preacher urged his congregation to kill anybody, whatsoever, I expect that laws exist, which would support such an arrest
If a Christian preacher urged his congregation to vote for anybody, I expect that laws exist, which would support such an arrest.
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