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Muslim American Society

Muslim American Society of Queens

The Muslim American Society (MAS) is a Falls Church, Virginia, that describes itself as an Islamic revival and reform movement. Its founding member were mainly foreign students of Arab descent.[1]

It was created by the Muslim Brotherhood, after a debate among Muslim Brotherhood members in the U.S. about whether to remain underground, or to have a public face.[2][3] The Moslem Brotherhood was created in Egypt in 1928, and is committed to the globalization of Islam by means of social engineering and violent jihad.[4]

MAS has instructed its members to evade questions about the group's ties to the Muslim Brotherhood, and to define jihad as a "divine legal right" of Muslims to be used for defense and the spread of Islam.[5] MAS leaders have said that these views are not now held by MAS leaders.[6]

MAS also has an affiliate, the MAS Freedom Foundation,[7] whose Executive Director is Mahdi Bray. For a number of years, Esam Omeish was its President.

MAS has participated in interfaith dialogue with the U.S. Bishops' Committee for Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs.

In November 2014, MAS was designated a terrorist organization by the United Arab Emirates.[8]


  1. ^ , Mohamed Nimer, Taylor & Francis, 2002, ISBN 0415937280"The North American Muslim resource guide: Muslim community life in the United States and Canada". 
  2. ^ , Brigitte Gabriel, Macmillan, 2008, ISBN 0312358385"Because They Hate: A Survivor of Islamic Terror Warns America". 
  3. ^ , Brigitte Gabriel,Macmillan, 2008, ISBN 0312383630"They Must Be Stopped: Why We Must Defeat Radical Islam and How We Can Do It". 
  4. ^ , Paul Sperry, Thomas Nelson Inc, 2005, ISBN 1595550038"Infiltration: how Muslim spies and subversives have penetrated Washington". 
  5. ^ "A rare look at secretive Brotherhood in America",0,7534398,print.story
  6. ^ ."A rare look at secretive Brotherhood in America",0,7534398,print.story
  7. ^ Muslim American Society, Retrieved 2007-10-21
  8. ^ "UAE Includes 2 US Muslim Groups on Terror List". VOA. 

External links

  • Muslim American Society
  • MAS Youth
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