IT FIGURES. A liberal Muslim-sympathizing church in New Hampshire has donated a house to a Muslim convert so he can turn it into an Islamic indoctrination center. Will Coley, the future mosque’s imam and caretaker, says his Masjid al Latiff and Community Center, or MALIC Center, was to open on Saturday, but he ran into a problem with city building permits last week.
Union Leader The man who plans to open a mosque on Route 101 in Keene says he will fight the city on the grounds of freedom of religion if they attempt to stop the opening with what he sees as arbitrary city zoning and permitting regulations.
Coley plans to open the MALIC Center for Muslim worship every day for prayer, five times a day, and for the longer Friday worship service. (Will they be blasting the Muslim Call to Prayer to the whole neighborhood from loudspeakers 5 times a day, everyday?)
Previously, the Shire Free Church in Keene church had rented the home at a discounted rate to a low-income family which was recently evicted for lease violations. Coley believes city officials are prejudiced against him since the church is gifting the house to him to open the center.
AINA In December 2010, Will Coley, director of Muslims for Liberty — a group that decries American exceptionalism, accuses the United States of war crimes, and espouses ostensibly anti-Israel ideology — tried to join the Knoxville Tea Party. Coley had been involved with the Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated Muslim Student Association at the University of Central Florida in Valencia, where he converted to Islam. His stated goal in joining the Tea Party was to educate people about Islam and promote sharia doctrine to counter “misinformation” and “Islamophobia.”
In Tennessee, Coley expressed concern about proposed legislation to prohibit sharia in the state. According to a Tennessee Tea Party activist, Coley stated that he was working with a local Islamic school to eliminate sharia prohibitions from the Tennessee statute. He characterized the legislation as a freedom-of-religion issue and claimed that it was indicative of the hatred conservatives feel toward Muslims.
He gave local talks promoting the idea that sharia doctrine is compatible with the U.S. Constitution and went so far as to falsely proclaim that Islamic legal theory influenced American law.
Coley said Monday none of the work being done to the home requires a building permit, since they are all cosmetic. However, he was told last week when he applied for a sign permit that he would be required to apply for a building permit to change the use of the building.
This would require a public hearing process that Coley would like to avoid since white supremacist Chris Cantwell of Keene, who is in jail currently for his role in this summer’s Charlottesville, Va., riots, has mentioned the mosque opening in his podcast.
“We kind of paid attention to the proceedings and he’s still doing his podcast from jail somehow and I heard him on Saturday mention that we were here,” Coley said. “We’re at least on his radar.”
Coley said his mosque already has 20 families as members and it is his duty to protect them. “I have twenty families, they are my responsibility, to protect them and not expose them to undue harm,” Coley said. “We were ready to go and now it may be two months, maybe longer and there may be an insane circus.”
This is probably why Coley left Tennessee, where Muslims are not exactly welcome:
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