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Florida church member brings case to stop radical mosque "as nuisance and threat to the community" complaint cites CAIR
May 1, 2007
Christian Brings Case Against Radical Mosque and CAIR
Plaintiff Charges Mosque Would Be a Nuisance and a Threat to the Community
POMPANO BEACH, Fla., May 1 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ --
Date: May 1st, 2007
Time: 11:00 AM
Place: Broward County Courthouse
201 S E 6th Street
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
A brave African-American Christian has filed a lawsuit today against
organizations that he alleges are attempting to bring a radical form of
Islam to his neighborhood and are striving to spread this extremism
throughout America. A press conference concerning the matter will be taking
The organizations named in the lawsuit are the Islamic Center of South
Florida (ICOSF), the Florida office of the Council on American Islamic
Relations (CAIR-Florida), and the national office of CAIR.
The lawsuit is in response to the Pompano Beach City Council's
dangerous decision to grant a permit to ICOSF for the creation of a 29,000
square foot radical suspect mosque within the northwest section of Pompano,
an almost entirely Christian and African-American area. The imam of this
Islamic center has a history of ties to terrorism, and anti-Semitic
The plaintiff and many others in the community believe that the mosque
will be a nuisance and will pose a threat to the neighborhood and its
surrounding areas. As well, the plaintiff believes that this is part of a
greater scheme to radicalize America.
The individual filing the lawsuit is a congregant of Antioch Missionary
Baptist Church. Reverend O'Neal Dozier, who is the Pastor of the World Wide
Christian Center (Church), has been a vocal critic of the mosque. The ICOSF
is located close to both churches.
CAIR, throughout the process, has acted in concert with ICOSF, working
hard to oppose anyone that gets in the way of the mosque's creation.
The Klayman Law Firm, (http://www.klaymanlaw.com) headed by the founder
of Judicial Watch, Larry Klayman, represents the plaintiff in the case.
The lawsuit provides a roadmap for other concerned citizens around the
nation to legally prevent radical Islam from posing a security threat in
their local communities.
To view the complaint, see http://americansagainsthate.org.