The reason it was removed is because the predominantly Jewish voters in the district refuse to cast their votes for the November election at a jihad indoctrination center whose teachings call for the killing of all Jews.
CBS A local Hamas-linked organization is pushing back following claims politics and religious fears are fueling a decision to move a polling location. The polling location happens to be a mosque. Local Muslim leaders say they are being targeted for their beliefs and now, they are ready to take legal action.
Bassem Alhalabi is president of the Islamic Center of Boca Raton and says “why it’s okay for a Christian to vote in a synagogue, a church – but why it’s not okay for Jews to vote in an Islamic Center? (Well, Duh, I’ll give you one guess)
With at least 95 churches, including a handful of synagogues, set as polling locations, the supervisor of Elections, Susan Bucher, decided to no longer use the Islamic Center of Boca Raton as a polling location because of anonymous complaints.
“She said that she’s received calls, some of them were even threats to bomb the mosque in the event that it’s chosen as an election center,” says Omar Saleh, a civil rights attorney with the Council on American-Islamic Relations. CAIR sees the decision as giving in to those who aren’t educated about Islam. (HAH!)