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Review for Minaret of Freedom Institute, Bethesda, MD, USA

Rating: 1 stars  

These folks pretend to love freedom and democracy, but advocate for sharia law. To Imad ad-Deen Ahmad, sharia government is not "theocracy," but "nomocracy," that is "Government in accordance with a system of law."

What law? Why, Islamic laws, supposedly given by God, which nevertheless demand we chop off the hands of thieves, stone adulterous women (including victims of rape) and institute the Dinar, as in the one time Islamic empire. How could anyone recommend this horrible organization or its hateful, lying proponents of everything foreign to American freedom, democracy, liberty and justice for all. Islamic law requires subversion of non-Muslims.

Donate time or money to Minaret of "Freedom" and you're really promoting our future slavery and your commitment to slavery. Who's barbaric laws are these? Not ours. Thank you very much, I prefer the U.S. Constitution, as should all Americans.

I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...

Reading everything they've published or broadcast, as well as all available presentations and writings of the founder. Be very wary, and understand that to Minaret of Freedom, sharia law is freedom and until we all accept Islam, we are doomed.

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

Disband it, and revoke it's tax exempt status at once. Founder Imad ad-Deen Ahmad attended a terrorists' convention in Beirut in Jan. 2001 with Hamas, Hezbollah, al Qaeda, and other MB leaders worldwide --- and the now-imprisoned, convicted terrorist Abdurahman Alamoudi --- an Eritrean illegal immigrant jailed for 21 years for his admitted terror activities, including terror-funding. So, um, what is Ahmad raising money for, again? Zakat? Who are his recipients. We can only imagine.

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