Hate sponsor CAIR, Council on American-Islamic Relations, says it surveyed the mosques in Time Square bomber Faisal Shahzad's home state of Connecticut and concluded that Shahzad did not worship at any of them and therefore was not religious. CAIR surveyed the mosques? Is that a joke? That's like ACORN certifying election results for Obama.
Once again the Muslim Brotherhood is covering for Islam and its mandated teachings, always to take our eye off the threat doctrine.
It's all about taqiya -- as demonstrated here.
The mosque is owned by the same Muslim Brotherhood jihad group behind the mosque of al-Awlaki, the 911 Muslim hijackers, the Fort Hood jihadi, and the Christmas balls bomber.
Feds raid radical Islamic center owned by terror front
It remains a mystery: Where did the alleged Times Square terrorist – a Muslim man with an apparent zeal for Islam – go to mosque?
The Council on American-Islamic Relations says it surveyed the mosques in suspect Faisal Shahzad's home state of Connecticut and concluded Shahzad did not worship at any of them and therefore was not religious.
"I've asked everyone, 'Have you seen this person, have you heard of this person?'" said Mongi Dhaouadi, spokesman for CAIR's Connecticut chapter. "And the answer is 'no.'"
WND, however, has learned that federal agents investigating the alleged car bomber paid a visit to a radical mosque in Bridgeport, Conn., with ties to terrorism. Shahzad has lived in the Bridgeport area for nearly a decade.
FBI agents questioned leaders of the Masjid An-Noor, also known as the Bridgeport Islamic Society, after arresting Shahzad on terrorism charges.
The mosque serves a sizable population of Pakistani immigrants in the area, and Shahzad, recently naturalized as a U.S. citizen, was born and raised in Pakistan.
The front group, North American Islamic Trust, holds title to the large Bridgeport mosque. NAIT is the financial arm of the Islamic Society of North America. Both entities have been blacklisted by the U.S. government as unindicted co-conspirators in a criminal plot to underwrite Palestinian terrorism, including suicide bombings that have killed Americans.
NAIT also holds the deed to Dar al-Hijrah Islamic Center, the large mosque outside Washington where the Fort Hood terrorist and some of the 9/11 hijackers worshipped.
This radical custodian of the Bridgeport Islamic Society also publishes and distributes jihadi literature that exhorts Muslims to "kill" any Westerners who get in the way of spreading Islam, as WND has previously reported.
"No political system or material power should put hindrances in the way of preaching Islam," asserts one Islamic book distributed by NAIT. "If someone does this, then it is the duty of Islam to fight him until either he is killed or until he declares his submission."