Muslim American Society Raises Funds For Newest Of 25 Youth Centers


A Muslim news source covering California has reported that a local chapter of the the Muslim American Society (MAS), a part if the U.S. Muslim Brotherhood, has hosted a fundraiser for the newest of 25 youth centers constructed by the MAS nationwide. According to the report, the event resulted in $122,000 in pledges and was facilitated by MAS leader and Islamic convert Suhaib Web and Dr. Ahmed Sakr, described as the the chief fundraiser best known for being one of the original founders of the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA). The MAS is a less well-known part of the Muslim Brotherhood network in the U.S. exposed in September 2004 as part of the Brotherhood by a newspaper article. ISNA is an umbrella organization of U.S. mosques and religious organization founded in 1963 that also is part of the U.S Muslim Brotherhood.

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