March 21, 2007
For Immediate Release
Contact: Joe Kaufman (email@example.com
AAH LAUNCHES SITE FOR CHRISTIAN WOMAN WHO HAD
KIDS W/ MUSLIM EXTREMIST
JUDGE GRANTS CUSTODY TO THE FATHER AND GIVES HIM CONTROL
OVER CHILDREN'S RELIGIOUS UPBRINGING
(Coral Springs, FL) Americans Against
Hate (AAH) has launched a website devoted to discussing
the case of Rosine Ghawji, a Christian woman who married
and had two children with an Islamic radical with
ties to militant organizations abroad. Now, because
of a judge's ruling, Rosine is about to be thrown
out of her house, and her ex-husband will be made
primary custodian of the children, in charge of their
Rosine met Maher Ghawji, an admitted
Wahhabi and member of the Syrian Muslim Brotherhood,
over 20 years ago, in 1986. Soon after, they married
and moved to New York City, where he would, according
to Rosine, get close to Sheikh Omar Abdel-Rahman,
the convicted spiritual leader of the group that perpetrated
the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center. Today,
Maher's brother, Haitham, is sought by the United
States for his involvement with Al-Qaeda.
Over the course of their marriage, the
couple had two children together. During interviews
with them, the children, who say they do not want
to be Muslims, informed the judge, Donna M. Fields,
that their father had threatened to blow them up.
According to their mother, he threatened to murder
her, as well.
According to his sons, Maher Ghawji
has developed an intense hatred towards Jews and would
like to "get rid of all Jews." He once kicked
a Jewish boy, whom Rosine was tutoring, out of their
home for the simple fact that he was Jewish.
On February 28, 2007, Judge Fields issued
a final decree that Rosine will be evicted from her
home this coming Friday, and Maher will be given the
home. Also, Maher will become primary custodian over
the children, in charge of their education and religious
upbringing. The children, as per the judge's orders,
will be made to go on Pilgrimage (Hajj) and celebrate
Ramadan with their father, against their will.
Joe Kaufman, Chairman of Americans Against
Hate and author of the affidavit
proving Maher Ghawji's terrorist ties, stated, "Because
of Mr. Ghawji's past actions and because of past statements
he has made, we have reason to believe that Judge
Fields, in her ruling, has placed these children's
lives at risk. We call on everyone to take interest
in this case and help Rosine and her children. The
war on terrorism is not just overseas."
Americans Against Hate urges all who
are concerned about the wellbeing of Rosine Ghawji
and her children to rally to their cause. Blog on
the internet, make phone calls, spread the word, and
donate what you can.
For all the background and current information
about this case or to place a donation, go to www.americansagainsthate.org/ghawji.
Joe Kaufman is available for interview.