Parents for Occupy Wall Street Family Sleepover & Jummah prayers with CAIR

 CAIR supports Occupation of Wall street by holding Jummah prayers at Zuccotti Park across from GROUND ZERO.  
  • Supporting the anarchists not  law-abiding citizens in the community. 
  • Supporting  anti-Zionist, anti-Jewish, anti-Israel hate-speech
  • Jummah Prayers in the park across from Ground Zero.
  • Giving aid and support to tyrants while accepting illegal DONATIONS (they no longer have a tax exempt status) 

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Council on American-Islamic Relations - New York

CAIR-NY Invites You To Pray Jummah At Wall Street

Dear Friends,

This Friday, the Council on American Islamic Relations New York Chapter (CAIR-NY) would like to invite you and your organization to join us for Jummah at Occupy Wall Street this Friday, October 21st. Over the past several weeks, it has become clear that many of the demands of Occupy Wall Street parallel those of the New York Muslim community. Especially in light of the recently exposed NYPD surveillance in Muslim Student Organizations, we need to unite in our repudiation of government corruption and our rejection of the political effort to marginalize our voices. Even if your MSA cannot is not able to join us officially, we would appreciate it if you could circulate the attached message among your mailing lists. Feel free to make any changes to our wording to suit your needs.

It is time for the New York Muslim community to assume its place in the fight for political and economic equality in this country, and it is vital that the youth lead the way.

Peace and blessings,
The staff and interns of CAIR-NY


Dear friends,

CAIR-NY is proud to support and invite you to Friday Prayer at Occupy Wall Street this Friday, October 21st, where we will join in solidarity with “the 99%.” Jummah, hosted by Majlis Ash-Shura (Islamic Leadership Council of New York) is scheduled for 1pm at Zuccotti Park. A sermon on social justice in Islam will be delivered by Imam Aiyub Abdul Baki.

CAIR-NY’s endorsement of Friday Prayer at Occupy Wall Street stems from a conviction that many of the issues brought into the international spotlight by Occupy Wall Street affect Muslim communities disproportionately, and it is up to us to stand up for our rights and show the world what democracy and peaceful protest look like. Look for our table at Zuccotti Park to obtain information about our current projects and to expand the role of New York Muslims in the Occupy Wall Street movement.

WHAT: Friday Prayer at Occupy Wall Street
WHEN: Friday, October 21st, at 1:00-3:30pm
WHERE: Zuccotti Park on Broadway between Liberty and Cedar

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Check out the Facebook Event Page or email Majlis.Justice@gmail.com or cmcgoldrick@cair.com

We hope to see you there!

-The CAIR-NY Staff and Interns

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And follow this link here cause tonight is Family Sleep Over night at Zuccotti-ville!

Parents for Occupy Wall Street Family Sleepover

Posted Oct. 20, 2011, 12:13 p.m. EST by

Families Plan Sleepover on Friday, October 21, Growing Support for Occupy Wall Street Community

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2 responses to “Parents for Occupy Wall Street Family Sleepover & Jummah prayers with CAIR

  1. CAIR: “In light of the recently exposed NYPD surveillance in Muslim Student Organizations, we need to unite in our repudiation of government corruption”.

    Almost every single terrorist attack carried out throughout the world is perpetrated by MUSLIMS. New York City is the number one target. 3,000 victims. And CAIR calls our MORAL and responsible NYPD surveillance, “government corruption”. It is apparent CAIR would much prefer mass terror attacks succeeding against hated infidel Americans, than NYPD surveillance preventing mass slaughters.

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