In Staten Island, N.Y., a parish priest is rethinking his decision to sell a vacant convent to the Muslim American Society.
Father Keith Fennessy (pictured) reconsidered only after several hundred concerned residents came to an emergency neighborhood meeting to complain that he had not talked to them, about the sale or offer any information about these potential new neighbors, before he sealed the deal.
Fox News offers this piece of information about the buyers: "In addition, the lightening rod in the controversy is a man named Mahdi Bray, the national executive director of the MAS. A video from 2000 shows him cheering at a public event when someone asks who supports the terrorist group Hamas."
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