Imam Who Said Ayaan Hirsi Ali Deserved Death Penalty Hired By DOJ To Teach Muslim Classes To Fed Prisoners


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"Imam Who Said Ayaan Hirsi Ali Deserved Death Penalty Hired By DOJ To Teach Muslim Classes To Fed Prisoners,"  Daily Caller, March 4, 2014

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An Egyptian-born imam who in 2007 said that Somali-born activist Ayaan Hirsi Ali should receive the death penalty for her criticism of Islam is now a Department of Justice contractor hired to teach classes to Muslims who are in federal prison.

According to federal spending records, Fouad ElBayly, the imam at Islamic Center of Johnstown in Pennsylvania, was contracted by the DOJ's Bureau of Prisons beginning last year to teach the classes to Muslim inmates at Cumberland Federal Correctional Institution in Cumberland, Md.

The records show that ElBayly has two contracts worth $12,900 to teach the classes and to provide the inmates "leadership and guidance." One of the contracts is dated Feb. 20, 2014, and the other is dated Dec. 8, 2014.

It was April 2007 when ElBayly, the imam at the Islamic Center of Johnston, protested Ali's scheduled appearance at the University of Pittsburgh-Johnstown.

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