We Were Right! We Told Them So!


Remember when the ACT Memphis Chapter and Nashville based Patriots mounted a campaign to warn the Jewish Federation of Nashville that bringing in Imam Mohamed Magid to speak at theTennessee Holocaust Exhibit event this passed summer was a bad idea.  We tried to warn them Magid and INSA would turn on them but  they would
not listen.




Well, we were right!   ………  AGAIN.

See the article below to find out the latest move that INSA pulled on the Jewish Community.  Notice that the picture shows Mohamed Magid at the microphone.  He is the very guy we warned them about!

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Here are some facts about Magid:

Imam Mohamed
Magid (AKA Mohamed Hagmagid)

  • Resident of Reston, Virginia

  • Born in northern Sudan in 1965

  • Is the son of the Grand Mufti of Sudan

  • Executive Director, All Dulles Area Muslim Society (ADAMS
    Center
    )

    • In 1983, a small group of families in Herndon and Reston established the Adams Center, including the families of the late Dr Jamal Barzinji, Yaqoub Mirza, Hisham Al Talib, and Abdul Rashid.

    • ADAMS Center chairman Ahmed Tontonji, was a key target of Operation Green Quest. Totonji was also named as a defendant in a $1 trillion lawsuit filed by more than 600 relatives of people who died in the 9/11 attacks.
      Totonji was one of the original Muslim Brotherhood (MB) leaders in the United States who founded some of the largest MB organizations in North America.

  • Past President ISNA (2010 – 2014)

  • ISNA Vice President prior to his election in 2010 as ISNA President

  • Member of ISNA’s Executive Council

  • Featured speaker at the 2016 ICNA conference in Baltimore.

  • Appointed by Obama to the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Countering
    Violent Extremism Working Group (2011)

  • Served with the National Security Council

  • Member of the FBI’s Muslim, Sikh and Arab Advisory Board

  • Board member of FaithTrust Institute

  • Serves as religious advisor for Dar el Salam, an ISNA travel agency (?) along with Yasir Qadi, AbdelRahman Murphy and Suhaib Webb.

  • Listed as an Advisor of the Sterling Charitable Gift Fund

  • In 2012, was a top speaker at a Islamic Relief USA program, United for Change, along with Hamza Yusuf, Siraj Wahhaj, Yasir Qadhi, Zaid Shakir, Suhaib Webb and others

  • 28 MAY 2016 was a featured speaker at the ICNA conference in Baltimore along with Dr.
    AbdulMawgoud Dardery, a former leader in the Egyptian
    Muslim Brotherhood’s political party.

  • Magid was a speaker at the Tennessee Holocaust Commission exhibit in OCT 2016.

 

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