Terror-Linked Imam Promoting Subway Ads in New York
Now this is bold. Imam Siraj Wahhaj, named as an unindicted co-conspirator in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, is planning a barrage of subway train advertisements in Manhattan—during September—proselytizing for Islam: Muslim Subway Ads Linked to Terror Plots.
An Islamic group plans to blitz 1,000 subway cars with advertisements this September in a campaign being promoted by a Brooklyn imam whom federal officials have linked to a plot to blow up city landmarks.
The group says its mission is to explain the true nature of Islam to non-Muslims who believe the religion is bent on acts of violence - but Siraj Wahhaj, the inflammatory imam who appears in a promotional YouTube video for the project, has defended convicted bomb-plotters and called the FBI and CIA the “real terrorists.”
US Attorney Mary Jo White even named Wahhaj one of 170 unindicted co-conspirators in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing and the thwarted plan to blow up a slew of buildings. In time, this so-called democracy will crumble, and there will be nothing, and the only thing that will remain will be Islam,“ Wahhaj said in one of his sermons.
The stark, black-and-white ads of the Subway Project promote Islam with the goals of clearing up long-held misconceptions about the faith and reaching out to those interested in becoming Muslim, according to the Islamic Circle of North America, the group behind the campaign.
Timed to run during the month of Ramadan, the ads come in pairs, reading ”Q: Prophet Muhammad?“ or ”Q: Islam?“ and the corresponding answer is always ”A: You deserve to know.“
Those interested in knowing more are directed to call (877) WHY-ISLAM or to visit whyislam.org, which provide literature that teaches and proselytizes about the faith.
For more on the extensive terrorist connections of the Islamic Circle of North America (a Muslim Brotherhood front group), here’s a search for the name at The Investigative Project.