A Muslim group is accusing a Christian organization of defamation for publishing a book that accuses the Muslim collective of holding terrorist training in its enclaves.
Their common denominator is their faith, she said. "Everyone believes in one God and the Prophet Mohammed as his messenger."
it was founded around 1985 as a New York religious corporation whose principal place of worship is Hancock, where it bought 60 acres of rural property to provide a safe haven for inner city families. It now also has Air Max 95 Ultra Jacquard
Attorney Tahirah Amatul Wadud said the Muslim group is seeking retractions and $18 million in damages, and a halt to further publication of network founder Martin Mawyer's 2012 book, "Twilight in America: the Untold Story of Terrorist Training Camps Inside America."
has buildings for work; it has little stores," she said. "It's a community of families and of individuals who are just trying to get by day to day."
In its court response, the Christian network cited a host of defences, including that lawsuits aren't allowed for damage to reputation because of expressions of opinion and rhetorical hyperbole, that statements were made "within the sphere of legitimate public interest" and that the published statements weren't made with either malice or reckless disregard of probable falsity.
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The Lynchburg, Va. based network was founded in 1990 by Mawyer, former editor of the Rev. Jerry Falwell's "Moral Majority Report."
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The Christian Action Network refuses to back down, challenging Muslims of America Inc. to prove the allegations wrong in an upstate New York court. It calls the network's accusations deliberate and damaging lies.
A scheduling conference is set for May 17 in Binghamton before a magistrate. Trial is expected next year.
"The defendants intend vigorously defend this case in order to protect their right to free speech under the First Amendment," attorney Michael Grygiel said.
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communities in Georgia, Michigan, South Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, Texas, Canada and Trinidad.
The group's residential communities are peaceful, Amatul Wadud said.
Its complaint said the Christian network harassed its communities in Virginia and Georgia, and that the book presents false, defamatory and therefore libelous statements as fact, not just opinion. District Judge Thomas McAvoy to dismiss the complaint. It hasn't withdrawn the book and continues to promote it on its website.
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