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Siraj Wahhaj and Amir Abdel Malik Ali To Hold Fundraiser in Yorba Linda




ICNA was named in a May 1991 Muslim Brotherhood document -- titled "An Explanatory Memorandum on the General Strategic Goal for the Group in North America" -- as one of the Brotherhood’s 29 likeminded "organizations of our friends" that shared the common goal of destroying America and turning it into a Muslim nation. These "friends" were identified by the Brotherhood as groups that could help teach Muslims "that their work in America is a kind of grand Jihad in eliminating and destroying the Western civilization from within and 'sabotaging' its miserable house by their hands ... so that ... God's religion [Islam] is made victorious over all other religions."

Also named in the Muslim Brotherhood document were:

· Islamic Society of North America (ISNA)

· ISNA Fiqh Committee (now known as the Fiqh Council of North America)

· ISNA Political Awareness Committee

· Muslim Youth of North America

· Muslim Students Association of the U.S. and Canada

· Association of Muslim Scientists and Engineers

· Islamic Medical Association (of North America)

· Islamic Teaching Center

· Malaysian Islamic Study Group

· Foundation for International Development

· North American Islamic Trust

· Islamic Centers Division

· American Trust Publications

· Audio-Visual Center

· Islamic Book Service

· Muslim Arab Youth Association

· Islamic Association for Palestine

· United Association for Studies and Research

· International Institute of Islamic Thought

· Muslim Communities Association

· Association of Muslim Social Scientists (of North America)

· Islamic Housing Cooperative

· Muslim Businessmen Association

· Islamic Education Department

· Occupied Land Fund (later known as the Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development)

· Mercy International Association

· Baitul Mal Inc.

· Islamic Information Center (of America)


His interest in Islam, he says, arose shortly after the 1968 assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., which prompted Wahhaj to go "looking for more militancy."

In the course of that search, Wahhaj became involved with the Nation of Islam and its leader, Louis Farrakhan, under whose influence he converted to Islam in 1969. Aligning himself with Islam's Sunni sect, Wahhaj studied at Umm al-Qura University in Mecca in 1978. In 1995 Wahhaj was named by U.S. Attorney Mary Jo White as a possible co-conspirator to the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center. In the summer of 1999, Wahhaj testified as a character witness for convicted terror mastermind Sheikh Omar Abdel-Rahman. Wahhaj stated, on the record, that he considered it an honor to have had an opportunity to host Abdel-Rahman at his mosque, describing the latter as a “respected scholar ... bold ... [and] a strong preacher of Islam.” In August and September of 2001, just prior to the 9/11 attacks, Wahhaj was a guest speaker a "Jihad Camp" in Pennsylvania. The camp was organized by Safet Abid Catovic, a leader of the Benevolence International Foundation, a "charity" that would be shut down in November 2002 on charges that it had provided funding for al Qaeda.


Amir-Abdel Malik-Ali (also known as Abdul Malik Ali and Abd Al-Malik) is a black Imam associated with the Masjid Al Islam mosque in Oakland. A graduate of San Francisco State University and a former Nation of Islam member, he is a frequent guest lecturer at Muslim Student Union and Muslim Students Association events. A passionate supporter of Hamas and Hezbollah, he helped organize a July 1999 rally in San Francisco at which Imam Abdul-Alim Musa proudly displayed a cashier’s check made out to “Hamas, Palestine.” Malik-Ali endorses suicide bombings as a legitimate “resistance” tactic: “Palestinian mothers are supporting their children who are suicide bombers, saying, ‘Go honey, go!’ That ain’t suicide; that’s martyrdom.” A fervent admirer of the famed Nation of Islam leader Malcolm X, Malik-Ali is a leader of the As-Sabiqun movement which is inspired by Malcolm’s work and life. He is also part of the Al-Masjid movement which is dedicated to creating an Islamic revolution in the United States. His ultimate goal is to see Islamic law instituted in America, and he refers to those who oppose this objective as “poop-butts.” “From an Islamic movement we graduate to an Islamic revolution,” he says, “then to an Islamic state. . . . We must implement Islam as a totality [in which] Allah controls every place -- the home, the classroom, the science lab, the halls of Congress.”

Also among Malik-Ali’s notable quotes and positions are the following:

  • “The enemies of Islam know that when we come back to power we’re gonna check ’em.”
  • “Stay conscious and ask Allah to raise the Muslims and give us victory over the disbeliever.”
  • “When it’s all over, the only one standing is gonna be us [Muslims].”
  • “Sooner or later, today’s Muslim students will be the parents of Muslim children. And they should be militants.”
  • “Neo-cons are all Zionist Jews.”
  • “The wars against Iraq [Gulf War and Operation Iraqi Freedom] were manufactured by the Jews in America to avert attention from the two [Palestinian] Intifadas.”
  • “You [Jews] made all the mistakes we wanted you to make. You went after [former Georgia congresswoman] Cynthia McKinney. So now black folks don’t like you.... You’re walking into all the traps we want you to walk into. You hijacked American foreign policy.”
  • “[T]he Israelis were in control of 9-11,” which “was staged to give an excuse to wage war against Muslims around the world.”
  • Israelis ought to return “to Germany, to Poland, to Russia. The Germans should hook y’all up. You [Israelis] should go back to Germany.”
  • “In America, you’re mostly fighting with your tongue, but you should also learn how to fight with the sword.”
  • At the Sixth Annual Muslim Student Association Conference held at UC Berkeley in February 2004, Malik-Ali denounced “the white man, who is the enemy.”
  • At the Universal Heritage Foundation’s December 2003 Islamic Conference in Florida, he warned moderate American Muslims that their desire to be “liked” was turning them into “‘house slaves’ in
  • He has described Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad as a “pretty good guy.”






















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