Apparently, the Islamization of Michigan is running into some unexpected obstacles. Residents are putting up zoning restrictions as a way to prevent Islamic Hate Centers from going up in their neighborhoods.
The Michigan Islamic Academy has been in Ann Arbor, MI since 1986, but now a move has hit a road block and prompted a lawsuit by Hamas-linked CAIR over discrimination. “MIA once had a dream, but the Township has made it a nightmare for our students and their families,” said Tarek Nahlawi of the Michigan Islamic Academy. According to the Michigan Islamic Academy, the lawsuit is the last resort in their effort to put a new school building on a 26.9 acre property, purchased in Sept. 2010.
The Pittsfield Township Board of Trustees rejected rezoning the land for the school and in the lawsuit a planning commissioner was quoted as saying the proposed school “would have a big impact on our neighborhood” and it “would have a detrimental effect on property values.”