Orange City is in Collusion with
the Islamic Circle for North America (ICNA)
Editorial by Jim Gerrish
Last August, I reported on the connection between the Islamic Circle for North America (ICNA), the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), and the City of East Orange. It's happening again this August.
In the Islamic world zakat (religious tithing) is considered a religious obligation. Islamist terrorist organizations often raise funds through charitable organizations by exploiting the tenet of zakat through fundraising apparatuses that provide a ready source of income generated from religious or ethnic communities with ties to the Middle East. Although Islamic charities serve many legitimate purposes, in many places a lack of transparency, oversight, and financial controls fosters an environment allowing terrorist groups to divert funds raised in the United States, Europe and elsewhere and use them for illicit purposes.Source: http://www.osenlaw.com/content/how-terrorists-move-funds-through-global-financial-system
The City of East Orange obviously knew exactly what I meant because my comment was erased and I am now banned from entering further opinions on the City of East Orange's Public Facebook Page, which is paid for in part by my own taxes. To me, that means the City of East Orange is in Collusion with ICNA and is trying to keep this connection secret from the taxpayers; otherwise they would have given an intelligent response to refute my statement rather than just make it "disappear" and ban me from future comments. So much for Lester Taylor's frequent promises of "transparency and accountability."
In the poster above, I have red-circled the reference to ICNA that is in the lower right corner. For those who don't know about ICNA:
According to The Global Muslim Brotherhood Daily Watch