Kudos to the good neighbors of Voorhies Avenue, who are fighting the Muslim Brotherhood (MAS) multi-storied mosque on their quiet residential street in Sheepshead Bay. A leader of the group behind this mosque, the Muslim American Society (MAS), said this week that there "was nothing wrong with" Osama bin Laden's dream of creating a renewed Caliphate, calling OBL a "visionary." Khalilah Sabra's comments are the most recent and deeply troubling ones from the group, which has a long history of defending alleged terrorists.
The good people of Voorhies Avenue have been fighting back and began a weekly protest action against the super-size mosque. They are back out protesting the building violations and the MAS Muslim Brotherhood supremacists who are erecting a super-mosque in the middle of their street.
The Bay People will be holding their weekly demonstrations every Sunday, 1pm, in front of the site's gate. This action is ongoing and will continue every Sunday.
The Bay People need you to join them at the first court hearing on their motion for a preliminary injunction and Temporary Restraining Order against the Muslim American Society of Sheepshead Bay. Coming to the hearing is extremely important, for it will show their continuous opposition to the proposed Community Center.
The date is Tuesday, MAY 10, 2011 at 9:30 am (but the argument before the judge will probably happen a bit later).
The place is Brooklyn Supreme Court, 360 Adams Street, Brooklyn (Borough Hall subway stop on the 2, 3, 4 and 5; Jay Street-Metrotech on the A, C, F and R). The hearing will be before Judge Mark Partnow, whose Courtroom is Room 761 on the 7th Floor.
And remember, this counter jihad group needs money. They are up against the Muslim Brotherhood and their vast funders. They have had to hire hired an experienced zoning/land use law firm, Goldman Harris, LLC, and a litigation attorney (Albert K. Butzel) to file suits on behalf of Sheepshead Bay residents in order to spare their community from over-sized construction and violation of zoning laws.
Contributions must be made to the cause. Do it online via PayPal (www.BayPeople.org) or send a check or money order payable to:
1421 Sheepshead Bay Rd.
Post Mail Box 288
Brooklyn, NY 11235
Previously: Sheepshead Bay Mosque Court Day