Hamas-linked CAIR demands police waste their time with yet another hate-crime investigation. How could the woman see who allegedly attacked her with that Muslim supremacist black garbage bag over her head?
“My opponent has expressed his beliefs publicly that the United States is not a Christian nation; that the American flag should be removed from public buildings because it is a symbol of tyranny and oppression; that public prayer should be banned because it insults non-Christians; and that the Bible should be removed from public places.”
“That is a very serious allegation. What he is saying is vile and offensive and completely untrue,” Mohyuddin said. “It’s an attack on my patriotism. I have never ever said any words even close to that in public or in private. It is absolute lies.”
“I am a Christian and have been and will be. Zak isn’t, and he has a different faith and there are a lot of different faiths,” Kelly said. “I am standing on my values and my record. The point of the letter was to encourage the conservative base to get out and vote. It was simply to show the difference in views between two people, not that one is right or wrong, just a difference.”
Loudspeakers blaring chants five times a day, increased traffic and the potential for crime were among the fears expressed by residents last night to plans to open a mosque in Midland Park.
“They say they are a small congregation, but they are looking to grow. They want to educate people and bring people from Bergen County to this building,” neighbor Lisa Fastuca told the borough mayor and council at a packed meeting last night. “It is going to change the way I live and the way my family lives.
“I think you guys should do something about it.”
Increased traffic throughout town — but especially on quiet Irving Street — as well as overflow parking on surrounding streets and noise were among other concerns.
“Traditional Muslims practice a Call to Faith over a loud speaker system,” said Danielle Allen, who lives near the property. “Do we have to listen to chants at all hours of the day and night?”
Safety was another concern. “I’ve been caught in traffic with people coming out of a mosque in Paterson,” resident Patty O’Donnell said. “There were 50 or 60 men in the street. I was scared.
“Is that what is going to happen in this town?
Residents also said they fear taxes will rise and property values will drop because members of the new congregation will want to live closer.
Several attendees asked whether the borough could seize the property through eminent domain. “The Religious Land Use and Institutional Persons Act precludes us from taking action that puts an undue burden on a house of worship,” Borough Attorney Robert Regan said. “There are a number of communities in Rockland County who were sued by the federal government for millions of dollars.”
From the Midland Park Press Facebook page
Saying there are good muslims is like a Jewish family saying there are good Nazis…. if they make this Church a mosque, Midland can kiss their town Goodbye…. and don’t let the rino socialist christy get involved… he’s is good friends with the muslim in d.c..
These are your HOMES, you must educate yourselves and not bury your heads in sand: Read The Story of Mohammed by Harry Richardson (available at BNI – see sidebar) and make your own, educated conclusions. There will be ramifications to this..
I would fight this as hard as I can.