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Dear Readers,

Whoever posted this is obviously too smart to allow anyone to edit the page and has locked it for editing. Muslimahpeace

This wiki is used for publishing living copyright material authored by the Islamic Counterterrorism Institute; as such, the pages are, of course, locked. However, you have been allowed the privilege of making comments and publishing your rebuttals, if any, on the discussion page, which does not go unnoticed. The Editorial Team

So I will post my comment here. Muslimahpeace

Indeed, this is exactly where you are supposed to post your comment. The Editorial Team

Contents

SABA and anti-Semitism

As an attendee of SABA Islamic center, I can assure you that our center is not "anti-semetic" and in fact the center works closely with other faith based organizations. Muslimahpeace

"Jews are the enemy of humanity" —Abdul Alim Musa



There is no practical contradiction whatsoever between anti-Semitism and working with other faith-based organizations, including Jewish ones. That's a very well known fact. There are numerous cases where anti-Semites have helped Zionist Jews. For example, U.S. President Nixon, a famed anti-Semite, had helped Israel turn its initial defeat during the 1973 Arab-Israeli war into a victory. What makes Shia Association of Bay Area an anti-Semitic organization is 1) its adherence to and promotion of Khomeinism; 2) the very bizarre statements made by the members of its leadership; and 3) the presence of recognized and renowned anti-Semites among its guest speakers. For instance, Abdul Alim Musa ("Jews are the enemy of humanity"), Muhammad al-Asi ("You can take a Jew out of the ghetto, but you can't take the ghetto out of the Jew"), and Zaki Baqri ("Death to Zionism"). Could it get any clearer than that? The Editorial Team



عبد العليم موسى وعلم "حزب الله"
Standing in the center next to the Hezbollah flag is Abdul Alim Musa. He had served as a moderator at this April 20, 2002, rally. To the right of Imam Musa, Nihad Awad of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) is addressing the assembled mob.
Abdul Alim Musa & the flag of the terrorist organization Hezbollah



The size of SABA

SABA is a giant Islamic Center and that serves a community of over 10,000 Shia Muslims. Muslimahpeace

Numbers are irrelevant; Nazi Germany was a "giant" too. Nevertheless, while attending Friday prayers at SABA you shall see that there are several dozen attendees there at most. Yes, SABA does exaggerate its membership numbers to help itself gain domestic political clout. Inflating membership and/or contributors lists is an old organizational practice. The Editorial Team

SABA and the Basij scarves

I must say I have no idea what a "basiji scarf" stands for. Its actually an item that even Americans can buy at Forever 21 in many different colors. Its just a scarf. One of the symbolic items of this scarf for youth today is to commemorate the Palestinian struggle. I know for a fact thats one of the reasons many like to wear it. Muslimahpeace

A Hezbollah fighter sporting a Basij scarf



True, not everyone understands the symbolism of these scarves. After all, for some people a Nazi flag is just a piece of cloth. Not everyone in the world is a Middle East expert who understands the meaning of the Iranian-made scarves sported by many SABA members. But that is the role of the free press: To educate those who are concerned and seeking information and explanations. The Editorial Team

SABA and terrorism

SABA Islamic center has been denouncing terrorism and violence since its inception and would never allow the wearing of a scarf that symbolizes "militancy". Muslimahpeace

SABA is a committed pro-Iranian regime, pro-Hezbollah[1], pro-Hamas, Khomeinist organization. This fact by itself speaks volumes about the position of SABA on terrorism. Ask yourself (that is only in case you did not already know) why does SABA forbid the presence of U.S. flags in its center and during its public demonstrations? Why does SABA openly support Hezbollah, an organization that calls for the destruction of the United States? If you meant that SABA denounces the Sunni al-Qaeda or Jundollah, you should know that all counter-terrorism experts already know that all Khomeinists would not hesitate to condemn these Sunni terrorist organizations. What SABA needs to do is to renounce Khomeinism and issue statements denouncing and condemning Hezbollah, the Pasdaran (the IRGC), the Basij, and Hamas as terrorist organizations. The Editorial Team

SABA and the Basij scarves again

Which is a heinous twist of meaning for a scarf sold around the world. Muslimahpeace

Hezbollah terrorists sporting Basij scarves



Is this why SABA is flip flopping on the Basij scarves and issuing "yes" and "no" instructions about them to its extremist anti-America members? SABA's in-house extremist anti-Semitic Khomeinist mullah Nabi Raza Mir (a.k.a. Nabi Raza Abidi) knows the exact meaning of these abhorrent scarves. The Editorial Team



الملا المنافق نبي رضا عابدي



SABA and Gandhi

If you read the banner posted in the first picture the SABA center paid for a printing of Ghandi's words, why would a so-called "militant" center fund to create a banner by a non-violent activist like Mahatma Ghandi? Muslimahpeace

موهنداس كرمشاند غاندي
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi



SABA wants to eat the cake and have it at the same time. In other words, SABA wants to fool the American people while hiding behind a facade of charity and Mahatma Gandhi quotes. Nowadays, such a cheap deceitful practice is very well recognized as Islamist "Taqiyya." The Indian resident cleric at SABA, Nabi Raza Mir (a.k.a. Nabi Raza Abidi), has extreme hatred for his Hindu countrymen, especially Mahatma Gandhi. In Nabi Raza's own words about the Hindus: "They are nothing." Nabi Raza blames Gandhi in particular for the misfortunes of the Muslims of the Indian Subcontinent. The Editorial Team

SABA and U.S. national security

Please readers, consider the fact that the Center is simply existing to provide a space for prayer, education in Islamic tenants, and the "radical" beliefs of a few, such as the author of this page, should never be considered as a label for the whole. Muslimahpeace

Absolutely not: SABA does provide space for prayers and Islamic education, but SABA also propagates Khomeinism and promotes and communicates with terrorist organizations such as Hezbollah. This formula is known as the mixing of honey with poison. No doubt, the path and practices of Shia Association of Bay Area constitute a longterm threat to U.S. national security and to the freedom and liberties of the people of America. God willing, SABA shall be exposed and stopped. The Editorial Team

The Islamic Counterterrorism Institute and Iran

Obviously the author has some bad experiences in Iran, and is hating on anything related to Khomeini. Muslimahpeace

The flag of Iran under Velayat-e Faqih



Your allegation is not a fact. The focus of the Islamic Counterterrorism Institute is the Iranian regime and its terror proxies, not Iran. We have made it very clear on our main wiki page that the great peoples of Iran are ultimately the first victims of their oppressive clerical regime. It might surprise you, we do not hate Khomeini or anyone else, for hatred is a severe illness of the Self and absolutely forbidden in Islam. We do consider Khomeini to be a bloody man who went astray and led astray. This is obvious, as his path contradicts 1,400 years of traditional Shia Islam that called upon the faithfuls to shun militancy and instead only await the re-appearance of Imam Mahdi, PBUH&HF. We invite you to examine the examples set-forth by the Infallible Imams as well as their fatwas, recommendations, and commands. The Editorial Team

The Husayn Day "Peace" Walk and Khomeini

As an attendee of this peace walk, the word "khomeini" will not once be mentioned or heard and is a complete fabrication by the author. Whatever peoples political aspirations are for having a "peace walk," I'm sure ca not be too harmful. Muslimahpeace

آية الله روح الله خميني
Iranian hostage-taker Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini



Perhaps the word "Khomeini" won't be uttered during the so-called Husayn Day "Peace" Walk, but the presence of Khomeinist mullahs and youths sporting Basij scarves speaks volumes. The Khomeinist symbolism might go unnoticed to the average American citizen but it is self-evident to those who do understand Khomeinism. The Editorial Team

The hidden agenda of SABA

Anyone who has read this article please note that you can come and see SABA in action! any day and everyday, and find out the truth for your self. We will have a peace walk this Sunday December 12, 2010 at 12PM -4PM at 200 Santa Clara St, San Jose, CA. Muslimahpeace

المشعوذ محمّد زكي باقري
The Supreme Leader of Alipur Zaki Baqri Saheb



Sure, going to SABA you won't necessarily always see something awkward. But sometimes what is carefully hidden beneath the surface might unveil itself in the form of misguided youths praising the terror organization Hezbollah and wondering why Imam Mahdi, PBUH&HF, has not yet emerged out of his occultation to join Hassan Nasrallah. Or it could be a "Death to Zionsim" proclamation on Quds Day (Jerusalem Day). Or it could be a secret visit by imam Abdul Alim Musa. Or it could be SABA's yearly celebration of 22 Bahman, etc... The Editorial Team

www.saba-igc.org Muslimahpeace

saba@saba-igc.org if you have any questions about what was mentioned here. Muslimahpeace

SABA and the San Jose Police Department

Note: The city and law enforcement help SABA every year and at the end of the peace walks the marcher's give blood. Trust me its just a peace walk for peace. Muslimahpeace

The San Jose Police Department (SJPD) does not sponsor the Husayn Day "Peace" Walk of SABA Mosque. SJPD only provides security during the event to prevent accidents during the walk.
San Jose Police



Law enforcement officers, including Special Agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), have the duty to safeguard protesters and marchers regardless of their religious, ideological, and political affiliations. In fact, the San Jose police officers who usually secure the Husayn Day "Peace" Walk do not even know what and who SABA is. Their job is limited to keeping the peace and protecting the participants. The presence of the San Jose Police at the event is by no means a sponsorship of it. As for donating blood, this too falls behind SABA's charity facade. The Editorial Team

Anti-America flyers distributed at SABA Mosque

Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me[2]

See for yourself what kind of abhorrent Fifth Column anti-America material gets distributed and exhibited at the Islamist center of Shia Association of Bay Area:

And they call their shameful parades of deceit and hypocrisy "'Peace' Walks"... Right!

The current role model: Ruhollah Khomeini

The following flyer was endorsed, distributed, and exhibited at the Islamist indoctrination center of Shia Association of Bay Area:

Anti-law enforcement flyer

The following flyer was endorsed, distributed, and exhibited at the Islamist indoctrination center of Shia Association of Bay Area:

Notes and references

  1. Hezbollah (Arabic: "حزب الله"; a.k.a. Hizbullah; a.k.a. Hizballah) is an international terrorist organization based in Lebanon. Hezbollah is a sectarian entity, which follows and promotes the Khomeinist version of Shia Islam. Hezbollah has operatives stationed throughout the world, including the United States and Europe. For more information, please see: What is Hezbollah?
  2. "Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me": The message here is that people should learn from their past bad experiences with charlatans and not allow others to repeatedly deceive and take advantage of them.

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This article page was created on 11 December 2010.

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