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The UJN team includes Massoud ...
The UJN team includes Massoud Shadjareh and Farah Mirza-Bukhari from IHRC, Mohideen Abdel Kader from Citizens International and Imam Muhammad Al-Asi the elected Imam of the Islamic Center, Washington D.C., USA, as well as local UJN partner organisations.
Here we have yet another Islamic ...
Here we have yet another Islamic cleric in the United States preaching jihad, Holocaust denial, and support for suicide bombing,Muhammad Al-Asi of the Islamic Center in Washington, DC.Robert Spencer notes that Al-Asi is not Saudi-influenced; he's a Khomeini-ite.When it comes to killing infidels, militant Shi'ites and Sunnis are in perfect agreement: Jihad Watch: D.C. imam glorifies Khomeini, justifies suicide bombing, preaches Islamic supremacism.
In recorded lectures on this page at The Islamic Center
web site, he
lavishes praise on Khomeini and justifies suicide bombing.
This isn't the first time Al-Asi
has been the subject of an LGF post: Search: Al-Asi.
Here's video from MEMRI TV showing Al-Asi on an Iranian 9/11 television special, accusing the US government of carrying out the September 11 attacks.
Imam Muhammad ...
Imam Muhammad Al-Asi
Institute of Contemporary Islamic Thought, talking about the zionist factor in islamophobia
Islamic Human Rights Commission 10th Anniv.
Nov 2007 [16min / 7Mb]
Iran « CiF Watch
August 14, 2012 in Hadar Sela | Tags: Achmad Cassiem, Al Quds Day, anti-Zionism, Antisemitism, BDS, Delegitimization, Hezbollah, Holocaust Denial, Ibrahim al Zakzaky, Iran, Islamic Human Rights Commission, Israel, Massoud Shadjareh, Muhammad Al Asi, Saied Reza Ameli, Terrorism | by Hadar Sela | 42 comments
Other speakers included one of the IHRC's founders - Saied Reza Ameli - and two members of its advisory board - Muhammad Al Asi and Achmad Cassiem.
Muhammad Al Asi
Another advisor to the IHRC is Muhammad Al Asi of the US -co- founder of the Institute for Contemporary Islamic Thought and formerly of the Islamic Centre of Washington - who is frequently to be found on thelecture circuit and is closely linked to the Iranian regime.
As well as being known for his
belief that 9/11 was planned by the American Administration, and his
Holocaust denial, Al Asi
frequently dabbles in nakedly anti-Semitic tropes such as in this quote from 2001:
This quote from 2002 appears - like many others - to suggest that Al Asi
is less than committed to finding peaceful solutions to the Arab-Israeli conflict:
At a 2007 event held in London by the IHRC
to celebrate its 10th anniversary, Al Asi
- speaking on the subject of Islamophobia - said: (all errors in the original)
ICIT Seerah Conference, Karachi, Pakistan, June 2000.
Imam Muhammad Al-Asi
Research Fellow, Institute of Contemporary Islamic Thought.