Calling comments about a Muslim state judge radical and extreme, several alimony reform activists on Saturday distanced themselves from a fathers' rights advocate who accused a Family Court judge of imposing Sharia, or Islamic law, on alimony cases.

Bruce Eden, civil rights director of the state chapter of Dads Against Discrimination, said this week that Judge Hany Mawla, sitting in Flemington, is leading a "'jihad' against men in general and fathers specifically."

Eden called for "a 'crusade' to remove this vermin from the bench."

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