The Muslims of the Americas, an extremist group whose leader is in Pakistan, held another interfaith event in late March in Binghamton, NY. The group also says it has an interfaith chapter at Binghamton University. Just a simple glance at its preaching shows this "interfaith" is actually based on outlandish anti-Semitism.
Anti-Semitism is at the root of MOA's beliefs. Its leader, Sheikh Mubarak Ali Gilani, preaches that Jews are "an example of human Satans." He also said, "I have never seen, in the whole of my life, or even in the past thousand years, a Jew who will tell the truth."
His group believes the world is under assault from a Satanic-Jewish conspiracy. He predicts ultimate Islamic victory because Muslims value martyrdom more than Zionists "love their gold, jewelry, women and wine."