Posted by | June 6, 2012 11:22 | Filed under: Top Stories

Eight New Jersey Muslims say what the NYPD is doing is unconstitutional.

Syed Farhaj Hassan, one of the plaintiffs, stopped attending one mosque as often after he learned it was one of four where he worships that were included in NYPD files. Those mosques were located along the East Coast from central Connecticut to the Philadelphia suburbs, but none was linked to terrorism, either publicly or in the confidential NYPD documents…

Nineteen-year-old Moiz Mohammed, a sophomore at Rutgers University, said he was moved to join the lawsuit after reading reports that the NYPD had conducted surveillance of Muslim student groups at colleges across the Northeast, including his own. He said the revelations had made him nervous to pray in public or engage in lively debates with fellow students – a practice he said he once most enjoyed about the college atmosphere.

By: Alan

Alan Colmes is the publisher of Liberaland.