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Call Six Flags to protest Al Qaeda linked Islamic Circle of North America's ' Muslim Only' event at NJ theme park 9/16/05

September 14, 2005

Al Qaeda linked group hosts Muslims Only Day at Six Flags theme park

For Immediate Release:

Militant Islam Monitor

September 14,2005

The Islamic Circle of North America, an Al Qaeda linked group, is planning to hold a Muslims Only Day on September 16th at the Six Flags amusement Park in New Jersey.

Last year the Muslims Only Day provoked a media storm due to the exclusionary nature of the event , and that the Muslim group behind it is linked to international terrorism.

A New Jersey based member of the Islamic Circle of North America , Imam Mazen Mokhtar, of Masjid al- Huda of New Brunswick, New Jersey , is under investigation for ties to to a plot to blow up NY landmarks and accused of operating an Al Qaeda website.

Mokhtar was a speaker at ICNA's Muslim Youth camp which is one of the main organizers of the Muslims only event.

Last year ICNA helped to finance the families of two girls who were accused of plotting a suicide bombings in New York City.

The ICNA campaign to help the terrorist suspects was also joined by a group called the Islamic Thinkers Society, which recently burned an American flag in New York, and is connected to Al Muhajiroun, a group whose members were involved in suicide attacks, including the recent London bombings.

ICNA is on list of Muslim organizations under Senate investigation as an "which finance terrorism and perpetuate violence".

The Islamic Circle of North America is part of the international terrorism network and receives funding from Saudi Arabia and other countries to promote the Islamisation of the United States.

The money paid to Six Flags by a group under Senate scrutiny for terrorism funding is tainted . In addition to profiting from suspect funds, Six Flags will be helping ICNA to raise more money and recruits for their activities by giving vendors and promoters of ICNA's Islamist ideology the chance to reach thousands of Muslims.

Beila Rabinowitz, the director of Militant Islam Monitor, is calling upon the management of Six Flags to cancel the use of it's premises to a group which has documented ties to terrorism, in the interests of national security, to prevent funding and the promotion of ICNA's radical Islamist agenda at the theme park.

Dr. Daniel Pipes had these comments about the upcoming Muslims Only Day:

"...Here we go again. The Islamic Circle of North America's New Jersey branch announces :

In sha Allah on September 16 2005 ,the New Jersey theme park, Six Flags Great Adventure, is set to be transformed as ‘The Great Muslim Adventure Day', an event organisted by ICNA. The event is designed to provide entertainment for the entire family!

Alhamdullilah, the entire park is reserved for Muslims!

Comment: When this formulation was first exposed a year ago, ICNA cancelled the "Muslims only" restriction and it's spokesman reassuringly stated that the event was never intended to exclude others. So why is it again "reserved for Muslims" and what does Six Flags, Inc. have to say about this illegal restriction?..."

MIM: Those who want an answer to this question are urged to contact

Kristin Seibeneicher 732-928-2000 extension 2832 at Six Flags.

Six Flags director of Public Relations:

Debbie Nauser : 405 475 2500 Ext. 288 or Rachel Hutchins at Ext: 257

Ernie Burdell Executive director Tel: 732 928 2000 Ext. 2100

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