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Neither ICNA nor IANT were plaintiffs in this suit. Jamal Qaddura,president of appellee DFW Islamic Educational Center, Inc., testified during hisdeposition that this lawsuit was the first time he had heard of ICNA. Nothing in3On September 28, 2007, the Front Page Magazine website
published anarticle by Joe Kaufman titled, “Fanatic Muslim Family Day.” That articlerelated:On Sunday, October 14, 2007, Six Flags Over Texas, aDallas-area amusement park, will be invaded by a radical Muslimorganization that has physical ties with the Muslim Brotherhood andfinancial ties to Hamas. While most patrons of the park come forthe games and rides, those involved with this group’s event,Muslim Family Day, may very well have found an original andappealing way to spread anti-Western hatred.The Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA), an umbrellaorganization for South Asian-oriented mosques and Islamic centersthroughout the United States and Canada, has been in existence forover three decades. Those that founded it had done so in order tocreate an American arm for the Muslim Brotherhood of Pakistan,Jamaat-e-Islami (JI), and never has ICNA relinquished thatconnection. Indeed, just one year ago, ICNA was the top donor ofa JI charity, the Al-Khidmat Foundation (AKF), that provided tensof thousands of dollars to the head of Hamas, Khaled Mashaal.Apart from its working relationship with terrorists abroad,ICNA does an exceptional job of portraying itself as “mainstream.”The group runs annual functions, in a number of cities, that arepresented as family entertainment. The same will be the case, nextmonth, when members of ICNA embark on Arlington, Texas, at SixFlags Over Dallas, for their Muslim Family Day.Co-sponsoring the day is the Islamic Association of NorthTexas (IANT) a.k.a. the Dallas Central Mosque.
IANT has helped