Bin Laden’s buddy tied to Philadelphia school
The school originally was founded as the International Muslim Brotherhood, which boasted of educational input from a radical cleric who was an associate of Osama bin Laden.
The institute’s website promotes jihad “in the context of self-defense or guarding the sacred, holy lands of Islam.”
The school is allied with a Muslim student association known for hosting anti-American extremists.
No, the school is not in Afghanistan or Saudi Arabia. It’s based in Philadelphia.
The Quba Institute, a project of Quba Inc., is a full-time, state-accredited school that enrolls about 100 students from pre-kindergarten to the 12th grade. Quba also runs an adult weekend school and the Sheikh Nafea Muhaimin Quran School, named after the father of the main school administrator.