First published at Breitbart In the midst of battling claims that it is promoting radical Islamism, the Massachusetts branch of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) has just appointed to its board a woman who works for the prominent anti-Jewish, terror-linked group, The Muslims of America Inc. (MOA). CAIR’s website
First published in The Huffington Post Dr. Norman Finkelstein, a disgraced academic who was denied tenure at DePaul University, attended a panel at Boston University’s Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) event titled “Zionism & Judaism: Separating Political Ideology from Religion” on December 10th at BU’s College of General Studies.
First published at the Daily Caller Last week, the Chief Justice of Massachusetts’s Supreme Judicial Court, Ralph Gants, spoke before the Islamic Society of Boston. He affirmed his support for the mosque, telling congregants that, “you do not stand alone.” Gants is just one of several high profile visits to the mosque
In his Boston Globe piece, ‘Don’t let hatred divide us,’ Dr John Robbins, the executive director of the Massachusetts chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), argued that American Muslims suffer from widespread bigotry and threats. To some extent, Dr Robbins is right. From Donald Trump’s recent proposal to ban
On December 4, the Islamic Center of New England in Sharon, MA, hosted an event with Sheikh Yahya Rhodus, an Islamic preacher with some troubling links. In 2004, Rhodus and a fellow Islamic student were asked by an interviewer for ABC News what they thought of Bin Laden. Rhodes responded: “…the question itself
On November 21, Sheikh Suleiman Salem will address the Yusuf Mosque in Boston, on the topic of “Their Struggles and Ours.” Salem, however, has a history of expressing extremist rhetoric and promoting anti-Semitic material. On his Facebook page, Salem has circulated a violent nasheed (Islamic vocal music) titled “Du’aa for Gaza,” performed by
First published at Breitbart On the face of it, Cambridge politician Nadeem Mazen is a model citizen. He is an elected councilor, a graduate of MIT, an advocate for better education, and the founder of two successful companies. Yet it also turns out that Mazen is a founding director of
As Jews, Christians, Muslims and counter-extremism researchers, we write this only to inform you about the groups with which you may be meeting. On November 12, lawmakers will experience ‘Muslim Day on the Hill,’ the first in a series of lobbying days for Massachusetts Muslims to advocate for issues relevant to the