Radical Muslim group tries to buy off Brooklyn neighborhood mosque opponents with free backpacks

Two Sheepshead Bay residents still fighting the all-but-lost ongoing battle to stop the construction of an ostentatious mosque in a Jewish residential neighborhood, protested a school supply giveaway in front of the still-under-construction Islamic Infiltration Center. 

Brooklyn Daily  But they were drowned out by the greed of the entitlement whores – dozens of parents and children looking for free stuff – backpacks, notebooks, and pencils.

Two neighbors noticed the Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated  Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) — a radcial Muslim group affiliated with the new mosque — handing out the supplies and used the opportunity to launch an impromptu protest, claiming that the building will destroy their block.

“They picked the wrong place,” said resident Leonard Krupnik. “This is a residential community (where no Muslims live, but plenty of ex-KGB Russian Jews do)

THE UGLY MOSQUE WILL BE A PINK ELEPHANT IN A NEIGHBORHOOD OF SMALL HOUSES AND APARTMENT BUILDINGS, NOT TO MENTION THE SHRIEKING NOISE OF THE CALL TO PRAYER SEVERAL TIMES A DAY. I WONDER HOW TALL THE MINARETS WILL BE?

Krupnik and fellow protestor Victor Benari weren’t holding signs protesting the mosque’s location. They were holding signs reading “No M.A.S.” — an abbreviation for the Muslim American Society, which have proven ties to Islamic extremist groups.

Opponents to the mosque say that traffic and parking are their driving concerns in demanding that the house of worship close, but the tenor of their earlier rallies — which once drew hundreds of angry protestors to Voorhies Avenue — were more anti-Islamic than anti-congestion.

Neighbors protesting the mosque often held signs reading, “Islam not welcome here,” “New York is not Islamabad” and “Do not forget 9-11!” One resident even claimed he was going to “blow up the mosque” if it was built.

But the number of protests — and protestors — dwindled after the Bay People, the organization fighting the mosque, lost repeated lawsuits to have the project halted.

The Muslim Brotherhood-funded Islamic Circle of North America purchased 25,000 school bags for the annual relief effort it holds in 49 cities across the country. 

THE CALL FOR SUPPORT OF THE MOSQUE WHERE MUSLIMS WILL BE “PREYING” ON THE NEIGHBORS AND FORCING THEM TO AWAKEN TO THE ISLAMIC CALL TO PRAYER AT 5AM