>Date: Sun, 21 May 2000 23:12:43 -0500 (CDT)
>From: "Marpessa Kupendua" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: !*Organizing Mtg. for Imam Jamil (H. Rap Brown) + More
>NO MORE PANTHERS ON DEATH ROW!
>To Defeat the Government Conspiracy Against
>IMAM JAMIL ABDUL AL AMIN
>(aka H. Rap Brown)
>THE PEOPLE VS COINTELPRO 2000
>SUNDAY MAY 28, 2000 AT 3PM
>456 NOSTRAND AVENUE
>Take A or C train to Nostrand * Entrance on Jefferson Ave.
>December 12th Movement * (212) 234-7788
>Sent: Thursday, May 18, 2000 11:44 PM
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>Jamaat al-Muslimeen International Press Release
>FBI WANTED TO "GET" IMAM JAMIL al-AMIN Since World Trade
>The Evidence has been staring us in the face but most Muslims did
>not notice. In its April 1, 2000 issue The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
>published a lengthy article on Imam Jamil al-Amin written by Joshua
>Good and Richard Whitt which indicated that the paper has good links with
>The report was meant to find Imam Jamil al-Amin guilty by
>association. (The usual dirty trick the government plays on those whom it
>wants to convict.) HOWEVER A CAREFUL READING OF THE REPORT
>BRINGS OUT THE FACT that the FBI has tried everything it could to link
>Imam Jamil al-Amin to serious crime.
>The AJC report says that the FBI investigated Imam Jamil "from 1992
>to1997" . They were unable to pin anything on him. It's interesting to note
>WHAT they were trying to pin on him. According to AJC, the federal
>investigation "started after the World Trade Center bombing in 1992."
>What the fool reporters of the AJC do not know is that the World
>Trade Center bombing took place in 1993: to be exact on February 26,
>1993. So they are off by one whole year.
>It could also imply that these reporters stumbled on some information
>which links the FBI's efforts to label Muslims as "terrorists" and this may
>have something to do with the conspiracy which led on to the World Trade
>Center bombing. (There is still no solid proof about who did it, although
>the government has tried to blame just about all its opponents, from Ramzi
>Yusuf, to Shaikh Omar, to now Osama bin Laden.)
>According to AJC, the Darul-Islam movement was also investigated and
>then "Agent Bill Gant, then a member of an anti-terrorism task force, took
>on the Al-Amin case." He "investigated" Imam Amin in connection with every
>possible crime which took place on the west side of Atlanta: "bank
>robberies, weapons violations, manufacturing and possessing explosives,
>harboring fugitives and armored car robberies."
>In other words an anti-terrorism expert was trying to link a
>PEACEFUL ISLAMIC IMAM, HAPPILY MARRIED, WITH BUSINESS AND
>MOSQUE TO TAKE CARE OF with every serious crime he could find in Atlanta.
>Remember the anti-terrorism task force has ONE BILLION DOLLARS to
>play with, and as terrorists are very difficult to find, these people waste
>taxpayers money in trying to label Islamic leaders.
>ATTEMPT TO PIN DRUG PUSHERS' MURDERS ON THE IMAM:
>In its crude "guilt by association" article, the AJC lists 14 alleged
>drug pushers murdered in Atlanta. As is well-known, drug pushers often
>kill each other, but because the Imam's community was strongly against
>the government tried to connect the Muslims (especially the Imam) with the
>ENTIRE MOSQUE COMMUNITY INVESTIGATED:
>The AJC report inadvertently discloses a major violation of the
>rights of Muslims in this country. "The Atlanta Police Department's
>intelligence squad compiled a list of 134 people associated with Al-Amin,
>most of them members of the mosque." If that is not guilt by association,
>what is? "The list included dates of birth and Social Security numbers.
>For some it also includes criminal history and suspected roles in unsolved
>crimes." Which simply means, the police can start an investigation against
>a Muslim because he belongs to an independent mosque and not the plush
>pro-government white elephant places run by CAIR and AMC.
>This is comparable to the case of Shaikh Omar 'Abdel Rahman where
>homes were investigated because the Muslims there had spoken to the Shaikh
>or been part of his congregation in prayer. Now, this means, if a brother
>was once involved in a crime, embraces Islam and comes to Jamaat
>masjid, this masjid will be investigated.
>Who says the Muslims of America are not oppressed? If anyone here is
>independent, he is suspect. The anti-terrorism task force has a billion
>dollars to spend.
>Don't be mislead by the fact that the government is using Black
>police officers against the Muslims. This is a well-known divide-and-rule
>In an article titled "Who says conspirators can't be black?" writer Lukata
>Mjumbe gives instances of police atrocities against people of African
>descent in Atlanta in which Black officers were used.
>The AJC and other media played a dirty trick by portraying the
>killed police officer as a "family man" and Imam Jamil as a violent
>revolutionary. As Mjumbe asks, isn't Al-Amin a husband, father and
>"one of our own" as well?
>Muslim mosques better speak out against the violation of the
>mosque community in Atlanta, otherwise tomorrow it will be their turn.
>SUPPORT THE MILLION SIGNATURES CAMPAIGN FOR IMAM JAMIL
>al-AMIN. Email us for a copy of the petition or write with $1 to:
>Jamaat al-Muslimeen, P.O. Box 10881, Baltimore, MD 21234
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