For better or verse, our man Montgomery and TTAG’s Armed Intelligentsia recently hashed out the religious implications of armed self-defense. Seems that our debate inspired The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence to draft-in (i.e. create) a sub-brand: Faiths United to Prevent Gun Violence (FUPGUV). Click here for the current list of participating religious outfits. Amongst the groups signing on: the Islamic Society of North America. ISNA has been accused of encouraging Muslim extremism and maintaining connections to terrorist organizations. How many ISNA—and by extension FUPGUV members—are on the FBI’s terrorist watch list is unknown. Rest assured that if they are, the Brady Campaign doesn’t want them to be able to purchase firearms. At least not legally.

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8 Responses to Brady Campaign Joins Forces with Muslim Extremists

  1. Gettin’ all Charlie Church seems to be a new play with the brady bunch and their ilk. I noticed the trend when bryan miller of ceasefirenj, and ceasefirepa started his Church group Heeding God’s Call.

  2. Gabe Suarez did that God heeding stuff. Doesn’t He (God) know to keep your finger off the trigger? Hmmm. WWJD?

  3. Hmm… This post doesn’t sit well with me. Actually, this is the second post in two days that has bothered me (Ann Coulter being the first).

    I know there have been investigations into the ISNA since 9/11, but there were investigations into all Muslim organizations. I don’t think it’s reasonable (or productive) to call the ISNA an “extremist” group, or to claim the Brady bunch is “joining forces with Muslim extremists.”

    I’m not voicing support for the ISNA or the Brady bunch. I just don’t think we need to pander to people’s fears and allege conspiracies that we really don’t believe exist.

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