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Islamist Village Slated for Texas, Revenue Goals at $1 Million/Yr.
The Islamic Association of North Texas, also known as the Dallas Central Mosque, has deleted its webpage discussing its "Islamic Village Project" after a blog wrote about the group's radical ties.
The IANT had a page about its "Islamic Village Project" on its website, along with a YouTube video, as far back as December 2012. After a blog discussed the organization's Islamist history, the IANT deleted the page and ended public access to the YouTube video.
According to the deleted page, the "self-sufficient neighborhood" would have an educational complex under the leadership of Imam Yusuf Ziya Kavakci, the Scholar-in-Residence for IANT. IANT's goal would be to generate over $1 million in revenue annually, in part by leasing over 60,000 square feet of space.
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