Exclusive: Murfreesboro Mega-Mosque Proselytizing Public School Curriculum
Eric Allen Bell has been peeling back the layers of the monster mosque in Murfreesboro ..... and, I might add, at great personal risk. He comes to this issue from a unique place. Bell is a documentary filmmaker and had been following the story early on for a pro-mosque film which painted mosque critics as racistislamophobicantimuslimbigots. He was a fixture at court hearings and protests over the Islamic Center of Murfreesboro in 2010. Here some background from Bell:
In the summer of 2010 I was invited to write an article for Michael Moore. I was in production on a documentary. I was calling "Not Welcome” regarding the backlash against construction of a 53,000 square foot mega mosque in the middle of the American Bible Belt. His endorsement gave me a huge boost with the Hollywood crowd. Having worked in the entertainment industry for years, this was not my first film, but it was to be my first documentary. So when I went on to write a few more articles for MichaelMoore.com the wheels were greased for me to get into a room with the right people, and secure the finishing funds I needed to complete post production. And if there is one thing Hollywood loves (almost as much as congratulating itself), it’s the story of an innocent minority group being wrongly persecuted, preferably in the South, especially if the antagonist happens to be the Religious Right. And as my editor and I assembled the first 25 minutes, of the 300 hours of footage shot, this film promised to deliver just that. "Wow, I really wasn’t expecting this. I would like to thank the members of the Academy, Michael Moore and the Prophet Mohammed for making all of this possible…”
But then the winds changed direction. It seems that fate had issued a Fatwa against my perfect plan. The Arab Spring sprang into action and ruined everything, as it degenerated disappointingly into the Islamist Winter. It was as if I had been slapped upside the head by reality, thus knocking off my blinders and causing me to ask a lot of inconvenient questions. I was left wondering if there was perhaps more to the story of so-called "revolution” than what had been portrayed on Al Jazeera and "Democracy Now with Amy Goodman”. You can read more about this in an article I wrote for Front Page Magazine here: "The High Price of Telling the Truth About Islam”.
Eric Allen Bell came to see the mega-mosque in Murfreesboro for what it is, a rabat, and he has set about to warn us of its dangers. Bell has since exposed the criminal background of former Islamic Center spokeswoman Camie Ayash, a convicted felon who served prison time in Florida. Bell demonstrates that the mosque got special accommodation and consideration from county officials.
The Islamic supremacists would stop at nothing. Lema Sbenaty, a college student who works at a local pharmacy, may well have leaked confidential medical information about mosque opponents.
Bell was banned from blogging at the "Daily Kos” because he wrote three articles that no longer supported the Islamic supremacist mosque. Despite alienation and the obvious difficulties one encounters when taking on the leftist/Islamic alliance, Eric Allen Bell continues to fight.
Despite a court ruling to stop work, Islamic supremacists behind the Murfreesboro mega-mosque are defying American law and continue to build at a more furious pace, once again demonstrating their contempt for American jurisprudence and adherence to the sharia. This is an Islamic pattern. We saw this same contempt for American law when Islamic supremacists behind the Muslim Brotherhood rabat in Sheepshead Bay violated court orders to halt construction of the mega mosque on quiet, residential Voorhies Street. And just as in Brooklyn, Murfreesboro's dhimmi city officials refuse to enforce the law. (...)