Muslim Brotherhood-linked mosque's imam replaced as speaker at service for Boston Marathon attack victims
By Jacob Kamaras
JNS.ORG The imam of a mosque that is managed by the Muslim Brotherhood-founded Muslim American Society (MAS) was initially invited to speak at Thursday's interfaith service in Boston to honor the Boston Marathon attack's victims, but that invitation was later rescinded by Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick's office, JNS.org has learned.
The Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center's (ISBCC) Imam Suhaib Webb, according to a series of Twitter posts, was replaced as the representative of Boston's Muslim community at the service—whose keynote speaker was President Barack Obama—in favor of Nasser Wedaddy, director of civil rights outreach for the American Islamic Congress and chair of the New England Interfaith Council.
Webb posted on his Twitter account Thursday, "Sorry, Muhammad Wedaddy from the American Islamic Congress will represent Boston Muslims." Asked by another Twitter user who Wedaddy was, Webb wrote, "No idea. I was informed last night at 9pm that he was replacing me? lets focus on the service." Webb later tweeted, "I was told the governor's office made the call."..
According to the website of ISBCC, located in Roxbury Crossing, Mass., the mosque is "currently being managed administratively by MAS-Boston. As such, the board members of MAS-Boston are your board members!"
MAS, according to the research of watchdog organizations including the Investigative Project on Terrorism (IPT), Americans for Peace and Tolerance (APT), and the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), has an anti-Semitic and anti-Israel history that started with its founding by members of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood, the parent organization of Hamas...