Imam Who Issued Fatwa Against Islam Critic Got DOJ Contract, Holds Peace Prayer for Paris

A radical imam quietly hired by the Obama administration to teach Muslim federal prisoners is holding a “peace and unity prayer” to denounce the Paris terrorist attacks at the same mosque that he was ousted from years ago for issuing a fatwa against an author critical of Islam.

The Egyptian-born imam, Fouad ElBayly, was forced to step down from the Islamic Center of Johnstown in Windber, Pennsylvania several years ago after publicly stating that an ex-Muslim critic of Islam should receive the death penalty. The woman, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, is a Somali-born activist who has long called for the reform of Islam to stop the radicals behind terrorist attacks and nations being run by Sharia law. Ali also operates a nonprofit dedicated to protecting girls and women’s rights, has published several books on Islam and her articles appear regularly in mainstream newspapers. She has long exposed how women suffer under Islam and is a fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School.

  • Exile1981

    Obama will always stand with the radicals over those of a peaceful bent. It’s who he is.

    • David Murrell

      Obama supports radical Islamism and Islamic-based war crimes.

      • terrence

        All mooslimes do

    • WalterBannon

      Obama IS a radical Islamist

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    I wanna issue a fatwa!

    • Exile1981

      Can you issue one that says breathing is unislamic and all devote muslims should put a plastic bag over their head to prevent contact with infidel air?

  • pdxnag

    All pious Muslims must do as the Westgate Wall Islamists do/did, make the Muslim versus non-Muslim determination for each and every person they ever encounter. It is the first thing they do, automatically and without even consciously thinking about it.

    Who is the intended audience for this imam’s theater performance? (Hint: Not Muslims.)

    Ayaan Hirsi Ali on Radical Islam & Fouad El Bayly (O’Reilly interview posted in April)

    • terrence

      Does she still need a bodyguard, to protect her from those peaceful mooslimes?

  • David Murrell

    In my youth, growing up in western Pennsylvania, I was on a construction crew who had built a house or two in Winber, Pennsylvania. It is a remote little town in rural central Pennsylvania. If Muslims built a radical mosque there, as stated in the above post, they can exist and be a threat anywhere in North America.

  • felis gracilis

    Won’t you go home ElBayly, won’t you go home.