An Islamic terror cell linked to a mosque in Montreal was planning an attack on Los Angeles Airport.
The Mapping Sharia project found that three out of four mosques preach hate and incitement to violence — and that includes the last (chronologically) and most authoritative chapter of the Koran on jihad — chapter nine, Repentance. This corroborates the testimony of the Muslim Sheikh Muhammad Hisham Kabbani before a State Department Open Forum in January 1999. Kabbani said that 80% of American mosques were controlled by “extremists.” Also, the Center for Religious Freedom report in 2005 found that hatred of Jews and Christians and Islamic supremacism were extensively taught in American mosques.
The Islamic Saudi Academy (ISA) in Virginia used textbooks that called for jihad and labeled Jews apes and Christians pigs. The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom’s report criticized ISA textbooks for stating that it was permissible for Muslims to kill converts from Islam and adulterers. The results of this teaching are obvious: former ISA valedictorian Ahmed Omar Abu Ali was convicted in federal court of joining Al-Qaeda and plotting to assassinate President George W. Bush. And former ISA student Mohammed El-Yacoubi was carrying a suicide note and was believed to be planning a suicide bombing attack in Israel.
Is it any wonder that the Muslim Brotherhood-linked CAIR is working to hamper the efforts of law enforcement to track and monitor jihadist activity in mosques?
So the question is, when do we get serious about fighting Islamic jihad and start shutting down these hotbeds of extremism?
A mosque in Montreal has been ranked in the world’s top nine Al Qaeda recruiting zones and linked to a terror cell planning attacks on Los Angeles airport, new released documents claim.
The WikiLeaks files, written by U.S. military chiefs, list the Al Sunnah Al Nabawiah mosque among nine houses of prayer worldwide considered as a place ‘Al Qaeda members were recruited, facilitated or trained’.
The leaked ‘Matrix of Threat’ documents, designed in the early days of the Guantanamo detention centre to assist intelligence officials, rank the Canadian mosque alongside sites in Yemen, Pakistan and Afghanistan.
The Al Sunnah Al Nabawiah Mosque in Montreal is considered by the U.S. military to be among places where 'known al-Qaeda members were recruited.'
A terror cell linked to a mosque in Montreal were planning an attack on Los Angeles Airport, pictured, according to WikiLeaks documents
The mosque, which was also linked to the September 11 attacks, is the only Islamic prayer house in North America listed as a threat in the leaked report.
The classified documents claim the mosque’s former Imam and current Guantanamo inmate, Mohamedou Ould Salahi, was the leader of the Canadian-based Al Qaeda cell.
The Mauritanian man arrived in Montreal from Germany in November 1999 but left Canada after police began to question him about ties to Ahmed Ressam, the so-called ‘Millennium Bomber’ who planned to attack Los Angeles airport and other U.S. targets.