The relative said the abrupt departure - one that left the imam "in shock" - was driven by something more than his marital issues. The imam, the relative said, had recently raised concerns about board finances, the exclusion of women from the board and the housing of "suspicious" individuals in the mosque.
This part is what's really interesting to me. Seems to me that the other Muslims didn't want the imam to be in a position where the only way out of "difficulties" would be to strike a deal where he would give testimony about shady things at the mosque
The imam might know too much
posted on 01/20/2007 11:21:17 AM PST
(Never try to teach a pig to sing -- it wastes your time and it annoys the pig)
Considering the proximity to Air National Guard units and Hill Air Force Base, I'm worried about it.
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