May 11 2011
BROOKLYN: Liberal Dhimmi Judge rules against the citizens – allows proposed jihadist mosque to go ahead
Not to worry, folks. This is a Russian Jewish neighborhood into which these Muslims are trying to put their obtrusive mega mosque. Let them build it. Just let them. (Many Russian Jews are former KGB)
BROOKLYN PAPER – A state judge ruled that the construction of a controversial mosque in Sheepshead Bay can move forward shortly after a Muslim lawyer for the Muslim developer hinted that American opponents of the plan are terrorists — citing inflammatory graffiti cheering the death of Osama bin Laden at the mosque site.
On Tuesday, Judge Mark Partnow dismissed a lawsuit filed by the anti-mosque organization Bay People and neighbors of the as-of-right project on Voorhies Avenue between E. 28th and E. 29th streets, ruling that the mosque wouldn’t adversely effect the neighborhood.
The ruling came shortly after the lawyer for mosque builder Ahmed Allowey accused opponents of the plan of acting like racist terrorists. (Muslim bastard, he needs a little KGB justice)
“This is entirely motivated by racism,” said attorney Lamis Deek. “[The Bay People] has forced my client to expend his resources for no good cause and terrorize people with the vitriolic rallies that they hold.” (You ain’t seen nuthin yet raghead)
She added that the anti-mosque group would never have complained if a church or synagogue was being constructed.(Damn right!)
“[They] claim that the mosque will be a nuisance and will be out of character with the neighborhood,” (A mosque is a shit stain on any neighborhood) she said. “They’ve held rallies, protests and filed repeated complaints with the city, but have never done anything like this to a nearby church that doesn’t have any on site parking or a nearby synagogue that’s twice the size of the mosque.”
The Bay People do have a reputation of holding protests laced with anti-Muslim sentiment. Some protestors have even claimed that the Muslim American Society — which will take over the operation of the community center once it’s built — has ties to terrorism, although no direct evidence connecting the two has ever surfaced. (Yes it has, they are supported by the MUSLIM AMERICAN SOCIETY (MAS) offshoot of the Muslim Brotherhood)
On top of that, the decision comes on the heels of a vandal spray painting a “happy face” and the words “He is dead” on the fence surrounding the mosque site in an apparent attempt to taunt mosque supporters over the death of bin Laden.
But a lawyer for the Bay People claimed the group is not anti-Muslim. “This is a (mainly Jewish and Italian) residential neighborhood and the mosque has been plunked down in the center. Problems with street parking will be extreme.”
During the half-hour hearing, Partnow hammered Butzel over the parking issue, demanding to know what evidence the attorney had proving that most congregates would drive there. Butzel provided a list of potential worshippers, claiming that most of the people on the list lived “more than a half-mile away” from the mosque.
“My clients live there and they say that there are not a lot of Muslims in a four to five block area,” Butzel said. “It’s a mixed area, but there are not a lot of Muslim families around.”
“[The Bay People] simply refuse to acknowledge the existence of Muslims in their community,” she said. “More than 90 people who will be coming to the mosque live within 10 blocks of it.” (And hundreds more soon, thanks to Obama’s mass importation of Muslims)
After the ruling, opponents lashed out against decision and accused Deek of “playing the race card.”
“This is very painful for us,” said one opponent, who only identified herself as Tatiyana. “We are being hurt by this mosque and all [Deek] did was play on the judge’s emotions and make false accusations that she couldn’t prove. Anyone with common sense would see that this mosque is going to affect the welfare of people living on Voorhies Avenue.”
Allowey celebrated Partnow’s decision. “We knew that the justice system was not going to fail us,” he said. “We’re going to continue with the construction and continue to be good neighbors.” (Wait’ll you see the Russian Jewish justice system)