"I said, 'So how's your day going?' " [Larry Freedman] said. "And he didn't really laugh, but you could hear a smile through the phone. It's a tough day.""You don't know this imam. You don't know [Salahuddin Mustafa Muhammad]," he said. "That's not him. That's not what he teaches.""We don't teach that here. We don't allow that talked on the property," said Hamin Rashada, the mosque's assistant imam, of terrorism. "There's nothing pure about espousing hate. Corruption starts with a little bit of bad."