Aslam Abdullah

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Dr. Aslam Abdullah is the director of the Islamic Society of Nevada, the editor of the Muslim Observer and the director of the Muslim Electorates Council of America.

He recently wrote a letter criticizing Muslim extremism in response to the exhortion of a leader of al-Qaida in Iraq, Abu Hamza al-Muhajer to, "Kill at least one American in the next two weeks." In the letter he accused al-Muhajer of, "thriv[ing] on the misery of thousands of Muslim youth and children who are victims of despotism, poverty and ignorance," of "abandon[ing] God and...worshipping your own satanic egos that rejoice at the killing of innocent people", and of being, "an enemy of Islam as much as you are an enemy of America."[1]

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