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Habitat for Humanity does a great service to the community, by building homes for those who are in need but wouldn't normally afford a decent place to live. No one can dispute this fact. However, when the group allowed radical Muslim organizations, earlier this year in Miami, to assist in the building, it tarnished Habitat's good name. And to make matters worse, the Jewish Federation – presumably the Greater Miami Jewish Federation – joined in the process.

According to the 'About Us' page on the Habitat for Humanity website, "As a nonprofit, ecumenical Christian ministry that builds with people in need regardless of race or religion, we welcome volunteers and supporters from all backgrounds." By welcoming volunteers from all backgrounds, that must include radical Muslim groups associated with terrorism, because that is who Habitat embraced this past February in its second annual Habitat Interfaith Build Day.

The groups included Emerge USA, the Youth Coalition of South Florida (YCSF), and the most visible group at this year's Interfaith Build, with its bright yellow shirts, ICNA Relief.


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