Texas Mosque Men Accused of Enabling Sex Offender’s Flight from U.S.

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Mosque leaders in Irving Texas are under fire from some of their Mosque families accusing them of delaying report of sexual abuse and enabling a sex offender to leave the country. (YouTube photo)

Dallas News – The Islamic Center of Irving is facing backlash from the North Texas Muslim community after allegations surfaced about a man behaving inappropriately with children at the mosque. The center issued a statement Sunday, saying it had filed a police report Friday after two families reported separate incidents to mosque leadership.

Community members took issue with the mosque board’s decision not to file a police report immediately, a decision critics say allowed the accused man to leave the country before an investigation. The mosque did not provide a timeline for when the incidents occurred.

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