#1 'Deception employed' to build new Islamic Center Misleading mosque plan may be part of nationwide pattern by algernonpj 23.01.2017 12:11


detailed history of Moslems using the legal system and deception to cry discrimination

'Deception employed' to build new Islamic Center
Misleading mosque plan may be part of nationwide pattern

Published: 16 hours ago
Garth Kant i

WASHINGTON – Concerned residents in a small Northern Virginia community have dug up misleading information in the application by a local Islamic center for a permit that would have cleared the way to build a mosque, and it may be an example of a pattern of deception practiced around the country.

The information includes:

  • An apparent attempt to mislead residents on the use of facility

  • An apparent attempt to mislead residents on the size of the facility

  • And an apparent attempt hide the identity of the owner of the property where the facility would be located

  • On April 5, 2016, by a vote of 4 to 3, the Culpeper County, Virginia, board of supervisors denied an application by the Islamic Center of Culpeper for a “pump and haul” permit on a piece of land where it wants to build a mosque, because such septic systems in the mostly rural area are supposed to be temporary and for emergency use only.

    Then, on Dec. 12, 2016, the Justice Department sued the county under the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act, or RLUIPA, for denying the permit. The DOJ claimed the board denied the permit because of religious reasons and public pressure, citing the fact the county had issued 26 such permits since 1992 and denied only one of the last 19.

    iHowever, in 2002 the Virginia Department of Health found that particular site unsuitable for a septic tank or the alternative, a drain field. Additionally, the supervisors never mentioned religion as a reason for denying the permit.

    Supervisor Gary Deal told the local paper, the Daily Progress, he didn’t have a discriminatory bone in his body and that the Islamic Center request did not meet the hardship requirement, saying: “Any hardship would be self-inflicted. I can’t support it.”

    Supervisor Jack Frazier told the paper that if the site had been a private residence with a failing septic system he would have supported a pump-and-haul permit, but he also found there was no such hardship.

    Supervisor Bill Chase said, “I’m dead set against this – not because of religion, but because of use.”

    Applicant Mohammad Nawabe said,”It looks like discrimination to me,” and he blamed the mentality of “small country people.

    Since the DOJ filed suit, concerned residents have dug up some apparently misleading information in the case made by the Islamic Center.

    Nawabe had told the board that up to 15 people would attend the meetings at the envisioned mosque. Fellow Islamic Center member Nabeel Babar said the congregation was “really small and like a family, and it’s still like that.”

    The original application from the Islamic Center of Culpeper stated the proposed use for the site would be “for praying and meeting once a week.”


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