Texas Mosque Draws Protest, Counter-Protest Demonstrations

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Texas Mosque Tells Supporters Not to Rally Because of Armed Protesters.

The terror-linked Texas mosque named an unindicted co-conspirator in the largest terrorism financing trial in United States history told its supporters on Friday not to come when armed protesters rally on Saturday, Dec. 12. Formally known as the Islamic Association of North Texas and/or the Dallas Central Mosque, the Richardson mosque was originally set up to financially benefit Hamas and terrorist activities by funding the Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development.

Countering BAIR will be the pacifist Anti-Bureau of American Islamic Relations (Anti-BAIR), which says they only intends to act as escorts if asked by the mosque. She confirmed they received a written communication that “mosque leaders in Richardson asked us not to show up for security reasons.” The church’s minister Aaron White posted on Facebook under several threads for a different Dallas pro-Muslim event Saturday, United Against Racism | Hate. They’ve been in discussion with law enforcement in depth, and they have asked that we do not show up or engage those armed folks in any way.” Breitbart Texas spoke with officials at the Richardson and Irving police stations and no one knew anything about White’s claims that law enforcement was working with the mosque, or that police advised people not to attend.

Instead, the Richardson PD office of spokesman Adam Perry, who was out of the office, told Breitbart Texas that this is “not a police matter, it is a civic matter,” and advised that they were not involved in any event decisions regarding the mosque. Moreover, we hurt when this nation hurts, and we grieved together this past week.” They say they will continue to “work with our interfaith partners to promote purposeful and intellectual dialogue…and create healthy relations with our neighbors, law enforcement and community members.

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