Thursday, March 22, 2007

ACLU rejects excommunicated Islamic plea for help

Fascinating interview in today's Front Page magazine by Jamie Glazov - "Islamic Excommunication". It's the story of Jamal Miftah, a Muslim who, along with his family, migrated to the US in 2003 from Pakistan.

Along with Miftah's story of being booted out of his local mosque for calling upon other moderate, peaceful Muslims to condemn terrorist acts, comes (to me) the most riveting paragraph in the interview...

FP: Jamal Miftah, thank you for joining us. We wish you the best of luck and we hold you in high esteem for your courage.

Miftah: It was a pleasure discussing these issues with you.

Also, Jamie, I would like to reach out to the readers of Frontpage and ask if there is any organization out there that would be interested in helping me pursue my case in a court of law against the Tulsa mosque leadership. I sent my case over to the ACLU, but they expressed their regrets to help because of scarcity of funds.

FP: Trust me, the ACLU doesn't have scarcity of funds for all kinds of things. They just don't have any funds to support a moderate Muslim against radical Islam.

Anyone that can help Mr. Miftah, or has an idea of how to help him, kindly contact him at

Jamal Miftah, once again, thank you for joining us and we wish you the best.

No surprise there... ACLU is too busy helping imams and NAMBLA to offer services to Miftah. As Front Page's Glazov rightly says, they refused to help is because his position represents a conflict of interest to their unstated, but obvious, agenda.


TrekMedic251 said...

Thanx for the heads up.

I'm going to follow this for a bit before commenting.

MataHarley said...

Good luck trying to find much about it. Muslims ostracized for promoting moderate, anti-terrorism behaviour isn't exactly main stream news. Note how no one is on this at all... yet it is one of the main ways to alter the WOT. Getting Muslims to utterly reject "political Islam", as AIFD's M. Zuhdi Jasser calls it.