Roy Moore's remarks last night calling Islam a "false religion" was "un-American" speech, the Alabama chapter of a Muslim civil liberties organization said Tuesday.

The Alabama chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations also extended an invitation to the former Alabama Supreme Court chief justice and U.S. Senate candidate to visit a mosque following his comments.

Moore made the statement in response to a question at the North Jefferson County Republican Club about concerns that Sharia law could be implemented in the United States.

"False religions like Islam, who teach that 'you must worship this way,' are completely opposite with what our First Amendment stands for," Moore said during a the club's meeting Monday night at Jim 'N Nick's BBQ in Gardendale.

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