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Sunday, August 29, 2010

Fire at Proposed Islamic Center of Murfreesboro Mosque Site in Tennessee Probed by FBI, Pamela Geller targeted the Islamic Center of Murfreesboro (ICM) in July.


Feds investigate fire at Murfreesboro mosque site.  A spokesman for federal arson investigators said Sunday a fire that damaged construction equipment at the site of an Islamic center in suburban Nashville remained under investigation.

Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives spokesman Eric Kehn said his department was working with the FBI and the Rutherford County Sheriff's Office to determine what happened at the site early Saturday morning.


"At this point, it's still an onging investigation," Kehn said. He declined to characterize the fire, which a spokeswoman for the center said appeared to have been set by someone who doused construction equipment with gasoline then set at least one truck ablaze.


Camie Ayash told the Daily News Journal the fire has frightened Muslims, who have been part of the community for decades.  "Everyone in our community no longer feels safe," Ayash said.  A sign marking the site of the future Islamic Center of Murfreesboro has been vandalized twice in the past several months. But Ayash said the fire "takes it to a whole new level."


 "To set a fire that could have blown up equipment and, God forbid, spread and caused damage to the neighbors there ... When (officials) called me this morning, I started crying." more from this source.....
Pamela Geller, her photo above, wrote...Tuesday, July 06, 2010, SIOA Mosque Manifesto: All Mosques are Not Created Equal, A Handy Guide to Fighting the Muslim Brotherhood.  Controversy Surrounds Construction of Mosques Across U.S. We have seen communities take action in Staten Island; Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn; Rutherford County, the Islamic Center of Murfreesboro (ICM) Murfreesboro, Tennessee (where mosque opponents have scheduled a petition march for July 14); and Wisconsin. 

I (Pamela Geller) have created (with the help of Robert Spencer, of course) a handy guide for folks across America who find themselves faced with a huge monster mosque proposal in their small towns. Robert and I will happily assist in research and direction.





The website of the Islamic Center of Murfreesboro (ICM) says it ”is not in any way associated or affiliated with any outside organization locally, nationally, internationally or any other way. However, the ICM reading list suggests, at the least, an ideological affiliation with the US Muslim Brotherhood and includes works by the following authors":
•Yusuf Al-Qaradawi (Global Muslim Brotherhood leader)

•Harun Yahya (Turkish “creationist” known for anti-Semitic writings and heavily promoted by the GMB)

•Ahmad Sakr (important figure in early history of the USMB)

•Jamal Badawi (USMB leader)

•Akbar Ahmed (Pakistani American close to USMB)

•Hassan Hathout (deceased leader of the Islamic Center of Southern Ca with likely background in the Egyptian MB)

•Ahmad Von Denffer (German Muslim Brotherhood)

•Taha Jabir (likely Taha Al-Alwani International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT)

•John Esposito (Georgetown academic and longtime USMB supporter)


It should be noted that the Islamic Center of Murfreesboro (ICM) book list also features “Silent No More”, the work of ex-Congressman Paul Findley, a long-time harsh critic of Israel and a supporter of the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR), an important part of the US Muslim Brotherhood. Mr. Findley appeared at a 2006 press conference at the World Assembly of Muslim Youth (WAMY) headquarters in Saudia Arabia to support a CAIR initiative. The ICM also has reported that is sponsored a January 2009 protest against the Israeli “war on Gaza.”


Bill Warner Private Investigator, SEX, CRIME, CHEATERS & TERRORISM.