1997 his mother resettled as a Somali refugee to Clarkston, GA and employed at a warehouse in Atlanta; she petitioned for the seven children incluidng Mohamed, to follow
family relocated to Tennessee in 2006 to find jobs; upon arrival adult family members are employed by Dell computer packing boxes
after high school Mohamed worked a night security job for building in which TIRRC located
July 2010 – February 2013 – worked as Outreach Coordinator for Metro public Health Department
caseworker at Center for Refugees & Immigrants of Tennessee (CRIT)*
2012 – given a “fellowship” for the Muslim American Center for Outreach (ACO)**
2013 – works for TIRRC as a “Welcoming TN Coordinator” speaking to Chambers of Commerce, Rotary clubs, in Memphis, Nashville,
2014 – Program Director – American Muslim Advisory Council
2014 – appointee – Nashville Mayor’s New Americans Advisory Council
President, Muslim Students Association, TN State University
Board member, refugee resettlement agency, Nashville International Center for Empowerment (NICE)
working on a graduate degree at Lipscomb University and wants to start a “consulting business” to help refugees (another refugee resettlement agency supported with taxpayer dollars?)
*CRIT was originally named the Somali Community Center but changed its name after its Executive Director, Abdirizak Hassan, pled guilty to federal grant fraud. The federal charge relates back to his indictment in 2001 for felony illegal banking.Prior to serving as ED of the Somali Community Center/CRIT, Hassan ran a hawala money changing business out of a convenience store.As reported by WSMV in Nashville:
“Hassan’s Nashville bank was shut down by counter-terrorism investigators because they said the bank was linked to Al-Barakat…….Al-Barakat is a bank and wiring transfer service that is linked to al-Qaida, according to investigators.Hassan was arrested and charged with felony illegal banking.
**this organization was started by a Kurdish refugee who was a former lobbyist for TIRRC. ACO is now led by former CAIR director, Paul “Iesa” Galloway. CAIR is a named unindicted co-conspirator in the successful Holy Land Foundation terrorism financing prosecution. CAIR was raising money and funneling it to HAMAS, a U.S. designated terrorist organization. CAIR’s national director has stated publicly that he supports HAMAS.
1992 resettled in U.S. as an Iraqi Kurdish refugee; placed first in Fargo, North Dakota then relocating to Nashville
former Director of Advocacy and Education for TIRRC(Tennessee Immigrant and Refugee Rights Coalition)
staff member for Welcoming Tennessee initiative
Attended Tennessee State University, where she was president of the Muslim Student Association (MSA)
2010 – attended the American Muslim Civil Leadership Institute (AMCLI), funded in part by the George Soros Open Society Foundation. AMCLI works in partnership with the Center for Muslim Christian Understanding at Georgetown University, which is funded by a $20 million grant from Saudi Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal
2010 – served as representative of the Islamic Center of Nashville (ICN) at a Nashville Human Rights event and has been cited as an ICN representative by the American Banking and Market News later that same year. The ICN warranty deed shows that they share an address with Muslim Brotherhood organization the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), a named unindicted co-conspirator in the largest successful terrorism financing prosecution in the U.S.
2011 – founding member of the American Muslim Advisory Council (AMAC), then serving as Secretary/Treasurer
2011 – founding director of The (Muslim) American Center for Outreach (ACO)
A Palestinian who in 2008, sued the U.S. government to compel approval of his application for naturalization in the U.S. (case No. 1:08-0018). (He publicly lamented several years later that “he was one of the ones that left.”)
President, Islamic Center of Columbia and named owner of the property.
President, TIRRC board (current). Acknowledged that they are working with Black Lives Matter to “strategize…and build our movement for 2016”
Partnered in dawa (proselytizing Islam) with Awad Binhazim (former director of CAIR Austin, TX), the Vanderbilt MSA chaplain who confirmed Islam’s capital punishment for homosexuality, here and here
Past Co-chair and founding member of Tennessee American Muslim Advisory Council (AMAC) whose board members have praised Muslim Brotherhood organizations, work with the pro-HAMAS group Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) and illegal immigration advocates and who have opposed every single anti-terrorism measure despite claiming they oppose all acts of terrorism.
Member, Family of Abraham (FoA), the red-green alliance connected to the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) campaign against Israel.
President and founder, Faith & Culture Center (FCC), the sole focus of which is to market the myth of Islamophobia through a program called “Our Muslim Neighbor,” a project of Religions for Peace USA (RFPUSA), an organization which is tied to Islamist Muslim Brotherhood organizations in the U.S.
member, Nashville United Nations Association, Cordell Hull Chapter, board of directors
Participant at first U.S. Council of Muslim Organizations (USCMO) conference in DC.
The USCMO (U.S. Council of Muslim Organizations) is the self-styled “first national Muslim (Brotherhood) political party.” Founding members of the Council (many with ties to HAMAS), include unindicted Holy Land Foundation co-conspirator named Muslim Brotherhood organizations, fellow traveler Muslim Brotherhood organizations, and AMP (American Muslims for Palestine), one of the most vocal Muslim Jew-hating organizations in the U.S.