Shortly after Breitbart News revealed that the Islamic Society of Greater Oklahoma City (ISGOC) had deleted its past two Friday sermons from its website, the mosque responded by making the sermons again available to the public.
The motive behind why the mosque decided to originally remove the two sermons, which were held before and shortly after congregation member and Islamist radical Alton Nolen allegedly brutally beheaded an innocent woman– and then decided to again bring the links back on the website– remains unknown.
What Breitbart News uncovered through the two sermons was the closeness in the relationship between the mosque and the Oklahoma chapter of the Council On American-Islamic Relations (CAIR).
To prove the inextricable link between CAIR and the ISGOC, Imam Imad Enchassi was recorded on September 19th telling his congregation that CAIR’s Adam Soltani “doesn’t do anything without consulting me.”
Breitbart also found that the Imam misrepresented the comments made by Oklahoma State Representative John Bennett in his criticism of Islamist ideologies. Enchassi falsely claimed that Bennett had said “American Muslims” were “a cancer that need to be eliminated.”
A history of CAIR shows that it was originally founded as the Muslim Brotherhood’s Palestine Committee. The organization, which promotes itself as an advocacy group for American Muslims, has in the past been named an unindicted co-conspirator in the largest terrorism financing case in US history: the Holy Land Foundation Trial.