Joe Kaufman, Chairman of Americans Against Hate is today free to carry on his battle against the domestic stealth jihad, content in the knowledge that an entirely frivolous lawsuit brought against him by the Islamist "B" team, has been dismissed by a Texas court.
The case came as the result of an October 12, 2007 protest organized by Mr. Kaufman against a "Muslim Family Day" sponsored by the Islamic Circle of North America [ICNA] and held at the Six Flags Over Texas amusement park.
The Muslim Family Day event drew 9,000 supporters.
According to Mr. Kaufman the lawsuit was initiated by a consortium of radical Muslim groups including the Muslim American Society [MAS], three local mosques owned by the North American Islamic Trust [NAIT] and others, who "filed a lawsuit against me for the simple reason that they wanted to punish me financially for writing about the terrorist ties of their friends. They claimed that I wrote an article which libeled them. Yet not one of the organizations suing me was mentioned in the piece." [source, http://www.frontpagemagazine.com/readArticle.aspx?ARTID=35372]