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Virginia House Honors Extremist Mosque Connected to Terror
The Dar al-Hijrah Islamic Center, a radical mosque with a lengthy record of Hamas and Muslim Brotherhood affiliates, has been honored by the Virginia House of Delegates in a jaw-dropping testament to the ignorance of lawmakers regarding Islamism.
The leadership of Dar al-Hijrah (DAH) has been consistently Islamist with preachers that spread anti-Americanism and support for terrorism. The most famous former DAH imam is Anwar al-Awlaki, who acted like a "moderate" to the press and U.S. government officials until he left the country to lead a branch of Al-Qaeda. He was killed in a drone strike in Yemen.
A Customers and Border Protection file on DAH in 2002 explicitly said it is "operating as a front for Hamas operatives in the U.S." A December 2007 document said it "has been linked to numerous individuals linked to terrorism financing" and "has also been associated with encouraging fraudulent marriages."
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