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Muslim Federation FB Manager is Islamic State Fan
« on: May 21, 2019, 08:40:53 AM »

Muslim Federation FB Manager is Islamic State Fan
 
May 20, 2019
Joe Kaufman
 

The South Florida Muslim Federation (SFMF) Facebook Manager, Abdur Rahman al-Ghani, has bought into many conspiracy theories about Jews, that Jews are demonic and evil, that Jews control the world’s banks and media, that the vast majority of Jews aren’t really Jewish to begin with. So when al-Ghani, last month, posted a cartoon on his Facebook page insinuating that Israel was behind ISIS, no one would think, at first glance, that he was doing something out of the ordinary. That is, except for the fact that al-Ghani, himself, supports a worldwide Islamic State.

SFMF is a relatively new organization. Founded in April 2017, the group exists as an umbrella for South Florida’s many radical Muslim institutions, including entities linked to international terrorism. The Executive Director of SFMF, Nezar Hamze, who also holds the position of Sheriff’s Deputy at the Broward County Sheriff’s Office (BSO), previously worked for the Hamas-related group CAIR or Council on American-Islamic Relations. CAIR is a member of SFMF. Recently, Hamze has been sporting a new beard to go along with his new job, a sign that his Islamic fundamentalism is growing. The SFMF Public Relations Director, Wilfredo Ruiz, is also from CAIR. He is currently the Communications Director for CAIR-Florida.

https://www.frontpagemag.com/fpm/273792/muslim-federation-fb-manager-islamic-state-fan-joe-kaufman
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