Similar to how U.S. Attorney General will be in Detroit to address a group that includes CAIR, Mayor Michael Bloomberg has invited Wahhaj to meet him at New York's City Hall.
Via the NEW YORK POST:
Wahhaj said Bloomberg invited him to the roundtable and shook his hand when he entered the meeting room, which was closed to reporters.The notion that preventing tragedies by inviting the wolf into the hen house is more commonly known as utter stupidity. The wolf is loose and the leaders in charge have no business being in charge.
"I think that if the mayor had any discomfort he would not have invited me," said Wahhaj, an imam at Masjid Al-Taqwa in Brooklyn.
Bloomberg, however, initially claimed not to know Wahhaj was there.
As he was leaving, a Channel 2 reporter asked the mayor if he was uncomfortable about Wahhaj's presence.
"I don't know. He's not here," the mayor responded. When told that Wahhaj was in fact in the meeting, Bloomberg reversed course.
"That one. Yes. We have to talk to everybody," he said. "That's what dialogue is all about. That's how you prevent tragedies."
“An appeaser is one who feeds a crocodile - hoping it will eat him last”
- Winston Churchill
h/t to JWF