More of radical Imam Rauf's special brand of "healing and outreach." Vincent Forras spoke at our June 6th Rally against the Ground Zero mega mosque here and here. Forras was one of the first firefighters who answered the call on the day of the bloodiest, most heinous attack ever on American soil by Muslim terrorists. Forras was buried under the rubble for hours.
Imam Rauf's book title, remember, was "A Call to Prayer from the World Trade Center Rubble: Islamic Dawa in the Heart of post 9/11 America." Proselytizing from the rubble of human remains, got that?
Forras survived to live another day and fight, but Imam Rauf has other plans for this great American hero. The healing outreach program of radical Rauf is suing Forras for, get this, bigotry. How rich, coming from an Islamic supremacist. Rauf is taking a page from his close advisers at the Muslim Brotherhood front, Hamas-linked CAIR. Pure evil.
The "silver lining" (if one could call it that) of the Ground Zero triumphal mosque is that it is unmasking the "moderates."
The developers behind the proposed mosque and cultural center near Ground Zero are blasting a $350 million lawsuit filed by a 9/11 first responder as "blind bigotry."
Vincent Forras, a former volunteer firefighter from Westchester, has sued Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf and Park51 -- the complex that includes the mosque -- charging that they're fronts for "interests tied to terrorism."
Forras says he deserves to be compensated for the "psychological terrorism" and emotional distress he suffered when he learned of the mosque plans.He calls the development a "monument to the jihadists' victory over American ideals of freedom and democracy, [and] a desecration of the terrible sacrifice made by those innocents attacked."
He also is seeking class-action status for the suit.
In a countersuit, Rauf and Park51 seek to dismiss the filing as a publicity stunt motivated by "blind bigotry."
They are also seeking $50,000 in damages and lawyers' fees.
The attorney representing the developers, Adam Leitman Bailey, is seeking to have Foras' lawsuit dismissed based on the constitutional right to freedom of religion.
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