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Imam Ibrahim Dremali Jihadi from terror tied Islamic Center of Boca Raton "wants to spread the peace in his heart to the whole world" from Iowa
October 6, 2005
MIM: Ibrahim Dremali, an Muslim Brotherhood member who advocates matyrdom has announced that he "wants to spread the peace in his heart to the whole world" (aka Islam) and is now holding weekly lectures on morality in Des Moines and will just love the citizens of Des Moines to death in exchange for the warm welcome they gave him.
Dremali fled from the Boca Raton Islamic Center shortly before one of his congregants, Rafiq Sabir, a convert, was made national headlines for pledging allegiance to Al Qaeda and planning to go to Saudi Arabia to treat Muhajideen.
Last month another convert and spokesman for the mosque, Daniel McBride, was arrested for insurance fraud.
Dremali himself was involved in a terrorist funding charity, run by his co wife Lamyaa Hashim, which funneled funding to his brother listed as 'Gaza Coordinator' of a scam called 'The Health Resource Center Palestine'.
In the same year as the HRCP was 'closed for business' the previous mosque spokesman, Hassan Shareef, also a convert, suddenly high tailed it to Saudi Arabia.
Co founder and treasurer of the mosque Boca Raton Islamic Center, FAU professor Bassam Al Halabi, was reprimanded by US Customs for illegally importing a thermal imaging device to Syria.
Another ICBR co founder and FAU professor Khalid Hamza, also suddenly 'dissappeared' when he was denied tenure due to what Florida Atlantic University referred to as professional improprieties.
With the Islamic Center of Boca Raton as an impressive track record, Dremali's lectures on immorality are as much of a sham as his story about leaving Boca Raton because of fears for his safety.
If anything, it is the good citizens of Des Moines,should realize that Dremali, who is now running an elementary school, and whose son was stabbed a fellow student at a Boca Middle School, will be training local Muslims to continue along the same path as his former colleagues, family members, and congregants in Boca Raton.
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