Christians stoned by Muslims — in Michigan!

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America increasingly is multi-cultural, but Christians still make up the majority of Americans, at 76% to 80%. Non-Christian religions (including Judaism, Buddhism, Islam, Hindu etc.), collectively make up only about 5% of the adult population. [Source: Wikipedia]
Not so in Dearborn, Michigan.
According to the 2010 Census, 40,929 or 41.7% of the population of Dearborn, Michigan, are of Arab-Muslim ancestry (categorized as “White” in Census collection data). Their numbers had grown in 10 years from the 30,000 or 33.4% of the city’s population in 2000. Dearborn has the largest proportion of Arab Americans for a city of its size (about 100,000). Dearborn is also the location of the Islamic Center of America, the largest mosque in North America. [Source: Wikipedia]
Although Muslims comprise less than 1% of the U.S. population in 2011, due to immigration patterns and Muslims’ comparatively higher birth rates, the number of Muslims in America will rapidly increase from 2.6 million to 6.2 million by 2030. [Source: USA Today]
If Dearborn is any indication, that bodes ill for America’s Christians.
At the recent 2012 Dearborn Arab Festival, a big mob of American Muslims attacked Christians while the useless police simply stood by watching.
The video below begins with a brief segment on Obama campaigning in Dearborn on April 18, 2012 (note how he emphasizes his middle name “Hussein” to the cheering supporters, at the 0:40 mark), followed by what happened at the Arab Festival.

First, a policeman tells a proselytizing Christian man that it’s against the law to use a megaphone, although it sure wasn’t illegal just a year ago. Then, the Christian man tells the cop Muslims had thrown water bottles at them. At the 2:29 mark, an Arabic-looking young woman screams at the camera: “Go Home!” She’s an immigrant but tells Christian Americans to go home. Too funny.
Next, a mob of 50-100 young Muslims start throwing eggs, bottles, cans,  pieces of concrete, even a milk crate (not carton, but a crate!) at the small knot of Christians, while shouting obscenities (“fcking pssies”) and chanting “Allahu Akbar.”
All this mayhem was happening, but the Dearborn police just stood by, watching.
However, two years ago at the same Arab festival on June 19, 2010, the Dearborn police acted with lightning speed, arresting four Christian missionaries who were peacefully distributing copies of the Gospel of John outside the entrance to the festival, which is fully within our Constitutional rights as U.S. citizens. Within a matter of three minutes, eight Dearborn police officers surrounded the Christians, ordered them to cease and desist, and then arrested the missionaries.
H/t Family Security Matters and FOTM’s beloved Tina.

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0 responses to “Christians stoned by Muslims — in Michigan!

  1. I don’t understand why they don’t like pigs…apparently they’re raising their children to be swine, considering the foul language coming from all of them. Pious people, I’m sure Allah was proud.

  2. I watched the video, and what struck me(no pun intended) was the way the cops acted, I hate to say it but these men in blue are scared of these barbaric bastards and when that happens it will be up to the citizens to arm themselves and enforce the laws against these muslim pigs.
    Then if they want to rain stones down on us, we will rain bullets down on them.

    • Catscanner, I watched a documentary about Dearborn awhile back and even some time ago a large percentage of law enforcement was muslim. The ones who weren’t, well, they were heavily indoctrinated into “diversity” programs.

  3. Ali and his pig mob, mwill end up running the cops out and the city will go to hanging beheading and stoning women, every day! You can’t teach third world people, now days morals! They will still live like vermin pigs that they are! Semper Fi.

  4. Thank you Dr. Eowyn for this informative post. It is apparent that in this awful scenario, people do not have the courage to do the right thing! Their alleged tolerance is actually lukewarmness, a most sickening and vomitous state of spirituality.

  5. This is why I am not a pacifist.

  6. Every time I see a bunch of the filthy slimy pedophile worshiping sub-human cockroaches gathering and shouting their “Allah akhbar” meme, shaking their fists and degrading their hosts that they’re parasiting off, I dream of helicopter brigades with an endless supply of napalm approaching to the thunderous strains of “Ride of the Valkyrie”

  7. If muslims throw rocks at me, they will get shot! Self defense!

  8. edward oleander

    I’m not sure what makes me feel more ill… The lack of tolerance and respect (especially to the people who let you in and gave you a new home), the hypocritical police for utterly failing in their jobs, or the (criminal!) parents who allow (and even encourage) their children behave like evil thugs. Those kids AND their parents deserve some time in the cooler. I can’t even IMAGINE behaving like that to an adult at that age… I’da got my ass beat from here to next Tuesday, and deservedly so…
    Kudos to the demonstrators for keeping their heads and not using violence in return. Poking the beehive with sticks may not have been the wisest decision, but it took guts to see it through without mopping up one half of the crowd with the other half.

  9. BritCapitalist

    The truth about Islam. Share this with those who need to sharpen their skills:
    1. 1968 Bobby Kennedy was shot and killed by:
    a. Superman b. Jay Leno c. Harry Potter
    d. Muslim males between the ages of 17 and 40
    2. In 1972 at the Munich Olympics, athletes were kidnapped and massacred by:
    a. Olga Corbett b. Sitting Bull c. Arnold Schwarzenegger
    d. Muslim males mostly between the ages of 17 and 40
    3. In 1979, the US embassy in Iran was taken over by:
    a. Lost Norwegians b. Elvis c. A tour bus full of 80-year-old women
    d . Muslim males mostly between the ages of 17 and 40
    4. During the 1980’s a number of Americans were kidnapped in Lebanon by:
    a. John Dillinger b. The King of Sweden c. The Boy Scouts
    d. Muslim males mostly between the ages of 17 and 40
    5. In 1983, the US Marine barracks in Beirut was blown up by:
    a. A pizza delivery boy b. Pee Wee Herman c. Geraldo Rivera
    d. Muslim males mostly between the ages of 17 and 40
    6. In 1985 the cruise ship Achille Lauro was hijacked and a 70 year old American passenger was murdered and thrown overboard in his wheelchair by:
    a. The Smurfs b. Davey Jones c. The Little Mermaid
    d. Muslim males mostly between the ages of 17 and 40
    7. In 1985 TWA flight 847 was hijacked at Athens, and a US Navy diver trying to rescue passengers was murdered by:
    a. Captain Kidd b. Charles Lindberg c. Mother Teresa
    d. Muslim males mostly between the ages of 17 and 40
    8. In 1988, Pan Am Flight 103 was bombed by:
    a. Scooby Doo b. The Tooth Fairy c. The Sundance Kid
    d. Muslim males mostly between the ages of 17 and 40
    9. In 1993 the World Trade Center was bombed the first time by:
    a. Richard Simmons b. Grandma Moses c. Michael Jordan
    d. Muslim males mostly between the ages of 17 and 40
    10. In 1998, the US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania were bombed by:
    a. Mr. Rogers
    b. Hillary Clinton, to distract attention from Wild Bill’s women problems
    c. The World Wrestling Federation
    d. Muslim males mostly between the ages of 17 and 40
    11. On 9/11/01, four airliners were hijacked; two were used as missiles to take out the World Trade Centers and of the remaining two, one crashed into the US Pentagon and the other was diverted and crashed by the passengers.
    Thousands of people were killed by:
    a. Bugs Bunny, Wiley E. Coyote, Daffy Duck and Elmer Fudd
    b. The Supreme Court of Florida c. Mr Bean
    d. Muslim males mostly between the ages of 17 and 40
    12. In 2002 the United States fought a war in Afghanistan against:
    a. Enron b. The Lutheran Church c. The NFL
    d. Muslim males mostly between the ages of 17 and 40
    13. In 2002 reporter Daniel Pearl was kidnapped and murdered by:
    a. Bonnie and Clyde b. Captain Kangaroo c. Billy Graham
    d. Muslim males mostly between the ages of 17 and 40
    No, I really don’t see a pattern here, to justify profiling, do you?
    So, to ensure we never offend anyone, particularly
    fanatics intent on killing us, airport security screeners will no
    longer be allowed to profile certain people… They must conduct
    random searches of 80-year-old women, little kids, airline pilots
    with proper identification, secret agents who are members of the President’s security detail, 85-year old Congressmen with metal hips, and Medal of Honor winner and former Governor Joe Foss but leave Muslims alone lest they be guilty of profiling. Now America has a muslim sitting in the Oval Office. As the writer of the award winning story Forrest Gump so aptly put it, “Stupid Is As Stupid Does.”

  10. Barbarian swine.

  11. outrageous. indoctrination and racist diversity mind control has paralyzed too many normal people into thinking that diversity and political correctness are okay time to smell the coffee and wake up it is getting serious and if you do not fight back you will be engulfed and forced to submit to something that isn’t going to be very pleasant and not american. get a dealers or collectors gun permit (state laws are different) so check and get a thompson sub machine gun even though the gun is approaching its 100th anniversary if you are strong and can hold on this gun will clear out (well it was designed to clear the trenches used in world war 1) my favorite weapon anyway . lots of my friends swear by the m16 or the m1 garand i like the over the top 45 caliber thompson.. of course machine pistols are nice also but very expensive even a bow and arrow can issue a statement “we are not going to take it anymore” network 1973.

  12. Reblogged this on OyiaBrown and commented:
    This can only get worse.

  13. All parties involved in this foolish mess should be ashamed! The angry mob for attacking the protesters. The cops for not doing anything about the angry mob, EXCPET to think of the most sissified way of dealing with the situation….make the handful of protesters leave. Grow a pair and deal with the violent mob rather than the non violent protesters!
    Oh, and the protestors were WRONG for those signs! They should have known better; that “child molester” sign was so disrespectful! Call me crazy, but I always thought God wanted us to love and respect one another. If He is to enter a person’s heart it will be through love, not through disrespectful signs; signs that were made deliberately to provoke! THAT IS NOT HOW GOD WANTS HIS WORD TO BE SPREAD!
    Not all Christians feel as those protestors feel. I hope the Muslim population in Dearborn, and across the world, understand that. I believe in God, but am totally fine knowing that you don’t. We should all strive to love one another and live in harmony, regardless of our religious beliefs.

    • I hear what you’re saying, but two wrongs don’t make a right. If they want to act like animals let them, but it doesn’t mean we have be animals in return. If you fully let God in your heart you will know this to be true. You love & pray for your friends & loved ones, REALLY love and pray for your enemies and those who not agree with your beliefs. I’d rather die for what I believe in than to stoop to the level of animals and act as they do.

      • Lour,
        I greatly resent your characterizing as “animals” the small band of Christians at this Arab Festival. How were they “like animals”. All they were doing was publicizing the Word of the Gospels, which is the First Amendment right of all U.S. citizens.
        I also resent your comparing what the mob of stone-throwing Muslims did as “like animals.” Animals don’t attack people with eggs, bottles, cans, and egg crates. You insult animals when you compare these Muslim savages to them.
        We’ve encountered your kind of specious “moral equivalence” before during the Cold War, when the Left insisted that America and the Soviet Union were morally equivalent. The Soviet regime that sent tens of millions to the camps and to their deaths. Now you’ve put the old wine of “moral equivalence” in the new bottle of “the West is just as bad as Islam.” Not only is your kind of thinking fundamentally unsound, it will be the bane of America.
        This is a non-commercial privately-owned blog for conservatives. Islam apologists, in the guise of “love-love-love” so-called Christians (as if Christ were a simpleton who constantly bleats about love without morality), are not welcome here.

      • Better yet, his arse can sign up and go serve in the sandbox! Then he can get a firsthand experience of the harmonious Taliban.

  14. This exchange with Lour reminds me of when one of my daughters went through a sort of “Bhuddistic” phase around the age of seven that resulted in her being incapable of killing insects. I didn’t take it too seriously when she was seven years old and thought it was amusing until she went to college and her dorm was attacked by roaches. She couldn’t kill them! It took me a while to nurse her through this psychosis but she finally understood that well meaning intentions do not always translate into healthy results. Nuff said?

  15. I have been a member of the U.S.Army for 10 years, I know about these guys all too well. But we are ALL God’s children, right? The bible doesn’t say that everyone except the Muslims are His children. We are supposed to love and respect one another, aren’t we? We are supposed to spread His word with love and respect, even if our audience isn’t very loving or respectful. If we can’t reach the Muslims, then oh well, their loss.

    • Patriot Implant 🙂

    • Adolf Hitler, Josef Stalin, Mao Zedong, and Kim Jong Il were God’s children, too. Do you love them?
      You seriously need to look into what “love” means and what “loving your neighbor as yourself” means. Love doesn’t mean (1) suspending all judgment, both analytical and moral; (2) providing specious excuses for misdeeds and downright evil people. That kind of love is mindless indulgence.
      St. Edith Stein, a Jew who converted to Christianity and died in the Nazis’ concentration camp, defined Love as Truth. To really love someone is to be able to tell him/her the truth.
      Did Jesus “love” the moneychangers when he overturned their tables and chased them out of the Temple? Did Jesus “love” the Pharisees when he called them “white sepulchres” hypocrites? Did Jesus “love” the lukewarm who do not and cannot stand up for what is true and against evil, when He said he’d “spit the lukewarm from his mouth”? Was Jesus not being “loving” when he warned and counseled his disciples that “I am sending you out like sheep among wolves” and that they must be “wise and shrewd as serpents”?

    • I know it’s frustrating, believe me. It’s because of these people and their beliefs that I have deployed numerous times to Afghanistan for months at a time, living in the desert instead of at home with my wife and children.
      But God would not want us to act out violently because someone doesn’t believe what we believe, right? He is the only judge and jury that matters. Only His opinion matters. Let Him handle these people who don’t want to believe in Him. Let Him deal with those who would do us harm for believing in Him. All we can do is pray for those who have not yet felt God’s love & continue to put our trust in Him.

      • I never advocated violence against the Muslim mob in the Arab Festival. Why do you put words in my mouth?

        • I never said you did, please don’t be so quick to jump down my throat.

          • So to whom then are you referring when you admonished and chastized? To the amorphous collective “you”? Frankly, I don’t think your oh-so-self-righteous chastisement is very loving or Christian.

            • I’m not very loving or Christian? Why do you feel the need to pass judgement on me and my opinion? Is it because I don’t agree with your point of view? Have I jumped on anyone’s case for not seeing things the way I do? I have done nothing but respect you & your opinion, and all I ask is for the same in return. Why do you feel the need to fight so hard against a fellow believer of Christ? We’re on the same side here! We only have different feelings about how to deal with those who would see us dead for believing in Him.
              It seems like a lot of people hate them because they hate us, but it shouldn’t be that way. I have deployed many times, have looked the enemy in the eye, have seen their hatred for us (Americans) and I still don’t hate them. Instead I feel sadness. It pains me to know people can hate so blindly. It takes much more energy to be hateful than to be kind. It’s so sad. Isn’t that why we should pray HARDER for those who would do us harm?
              Ask any child what “love thy neighbor” means to them. Ask a mind that has yet to be tainted by the world; a simple, carefree mind that hasn’t been taught to hate different races, religions, etc. It’s so easy to be kind & to truly love your fellow man they way Jesus loved all of us. No one said it would be easy to change the world, but it ultimately starts with YOU! (in general) Let that hatred go & pray for them!

              • There you go again, putting words, thoughts, and feelings in my mouth.
                Where, how, did you ever get the impression that I hate Muslims? I was reporting the incident that happened at the Arab Festival. Show me where I was evincing hate. I have always treated individual Muslims I meet with civility and decency. I honestly don’t hate anyone, but I sure am fast getting very irritated with you and your supercilious attitude.
                You can come on this blog — for the first time, uninvited, into a community of long-time commenters — and start pointing your sanctimonious finger at every one, scolding us, JUDGING us (while at the same time criticizing us for “judging” Muslims — a logical fallacy and hypocrisy!!!). But if I tell you that I don’t find your judgmental chastizing scold very loving or Christian, you bristle. You can dish it out, but not take it.
                BTW, have you told Muslims in Afghan and on blogs to “love your Christian and Jewish neighbors,” both groups being the same “people of the Book” according to Islam? No? Why am I not surprised.
                I thank you for your military service but please go away. I am really really sick of you, though I sure don’t hate you. You don’t merit the energy that hatred requires.

                • Not once have I judged/scolded you or anyone else on this site, but I apologize if I came across that way because that was never my intent.
                  I heard about this incident on the radio, looked into it a bit, and stumbled upon your article. I was merely expressing my opinion about the topic. I wasn’t aware this was a ‘members only’ type of site where I would get attacked for having an opinion that differs from the rest of it’s regular visitors. Doesn’t the good book mention something about welcoming new comers, or those who are weak in faith, and not quarreling over opinions?
                  It was never my intention to get into this back and forth thing with you, but from the start you didn’t like my opinion and felt the need to attack me. In NONE of my responses to you have I gotten disrespectful, even though anyone else would have started responding with profanity by now. I have been nothing but kind in expressing my opinion to you. I don’t understand why, if you don’t agree with my opinion, can’t you RESPECTFULLY agree to disagree with with me and leave it at that.
                  Instead you feel the need to block my comments, and post the ones you feel like, ONLY so you can attack my opinion some more. You treat me as if I am an enemy when we are on the same side! We are brothers in Christ & we both don’t agree with how the protesters were treated. I only feel their signs were made to make the attendees of the festival aware of God , as well as to provoke by disrespecting their god. You obviously don’t agree with me.
                  I am not trying to make anyone feel how I feel, I am simply expressing my opinion. To the Muslims, THEIR god is the only one that matters. To us, our God is the one true God, and all others are false.
                  What if the whole situation was reversed, and it was a group of Muslims protesting at a Christian event, with signs that were blatantly disrespecting our Lord and Savior? If the protesters would have remained silent and had not resorted to violence it wouldn’t have made the signs any less disrespectful. That’s all I’ve been saying from the get-go.
                  I really hope if you have nothing kind to say to me you can agree to disagree with me and let it be. There is no need to attack me, I mean you no harm.

                  • To answer your question:
                    Even if it were reversed, and it’s a group of Muslims protesting at a Christian event, I wouldn’t throw objects at them. And if Christians were to do that, I would post about it and disapprove of their uncivilized behavior.
                    I accept your apology for coming across as scolding and holier-than-thou.
                    As for blocking your comments, this is a privately-owned non-commercial blog and, as the owner, I have the right to decide whose comments I’ll let published. No one has the absolute “right” to have their words published here. Instead of “blocking,” I prefer the word “screening” or “moderating” — which is what I, the owner of FOTM, do to any unknown commenter who comes onto this site to scold and lecture to us. I/we are adults who can think for ourselves. It was a long time ago when I was child or in college when I was lectured to by another. I would never do that if I were in someone’s house, which is what this blog is — a virtual house. Then to top it off, you try to use your selective quotes from Christianity to scold us. That is the equivalent of waving red in front of a bull.
                    BTW, you never did answer my question about whether you “love” Hitler, et al, although they are all “God’s children.”
                    Now, I bid you Goodbye. Henceforth, your comments will NOT be published on FOTM. You’ve already wasted too much of my time.

  16. Lour, ab initio, I thank you for serving our country and in so doing, being away from your home and family.
    Nevertheless, I watched the video carefully, two times now. You indicated that the Christians, (you called them protesters, wherein they said they were not protesting), should be ashamed for their signs. These bold and exemplary Christians were not protesting, they were carrying signs that said, “Trust Jesus,” and similar communications on other signs. They were not orally preaching, nor did they communicate hate in any way. Under our Constitution, the people have the right of free speech-they were simply sharing their Christian faith with the Muslim people through scriptural quotations on signs. Not one of the Christians was violent, not one, as opposed to the large mob of Muslim people throwing concrete, rocks, eggs, urine and other properties at the small band of Christians. The Christian evangelists have nothing to be ashamed of, as they were sharing their faith in a peaceful manner. What is ironic here, is that the Koran expresses great respect for Jesus as a great prophet, and mentions Mary, the Mother of Jesus, in the Koran, with similar respect and importance. Since those are facts, then why are the Muslims so angry when a small group of peaceful Christians hold signs to communicate “Trust in Jesus,” showing their love for the Lord? Not only were they a huge mob, but their speech was hateful, profane, mean, including the children!
    The police have the responsibility to protect the public from violence, and the video clearly shows that they turned a blind eye and a deaf ear to the violence being perpetrated upon the Christians by the Muslims. Not only is this lukewarm behavior, it is cowardly. Their argument that they did not have the manpower to do the right thing falls flat, inasmuch as there were 12 police officers who stopped the Christians who were in a vehicle, 12! Yet, the police officers did not provide the appropriate manpower to protect the Christians as they carried their signs about Jesus.
    Lour, I have noticed being a retired administrative law judge of 12 years and being in the legal profession for over thirty years, that as soon as truth is spoken, the sentiment is raised that we should not judge others. If that is the case and you claim that you are an ardent Christian, how would it be possible to obey the Ten Commandments, and the two great Commandments given to us by Jesus, to love God with all of your heart, soul, mind and strength, and to love your neighbor as yourself? We MUST JUDGE what is right and what is wrong. We could never live our faith if we did not judge actions. The Lord will judge the souls and the very being of every individual. Accordingly, your sanctimonious admonition about not judging lacks merit ahd substance, and is also cowardlyand frankly, insulting and irritating.
    Jesus taught us to love our neighbor and that it is mandatory to do so if we are to be His disciples and followers. But love does not mean being wimpy, which you should know since you are in service to our country. Jesus always called a spade, a spade, was forthright no matter whose feelings he hurt and yes, He said that He would “vomit the lukewarm” out of His mouth! Love TAKES GUTS! Dr. Eowyn provided examples in Jesus’ public ministry of Jesus speaking Truth, regardless of a person’s station or status in life. Would you then call Jesus intolerant? John the Baptist, the last prophet who made straight the way of Jesus, was anything but “tolerant” of evil, sin or untruth. I cannot help but think of St. John the Baptist admonishing the scribes, Pharisees, Sadducees, and the like calling them hypocrites-he did not hold signs as the Christians did in this contemporary event, but HE SPOKE THE HURTFUL TRUTH AND WAS MARTYRED BECAUSE OF IT! Do you think St. John should have just shut up and soften the Truth through inaction or cowardice? Do you also think he was shameful for publicly admonishing Herod and Herodias, for publicly admonishing the scribes, Pharisees and Sadducees? Jesus said that there is no man greater than John the Baptist. He was anything but tolerant of evil!
    I remember listening to a sermon given by our former Deacon in our Catholic Parish. God rest his soul, as he is deceased. He started the sermon holding up a very large crucifix, and looking at it he said, “Jesus did not get up there on this cross being a nice guy.” The deacon pointed out that there is a price for Truth! To characterize these Christians as shameful is ridiculous and against the teachings of Jesus! Again, as St. Teresa Benedicta of the Cross said, also known as Edith Stein, “Love is Truth, and Truth is Love!”

  17. It is a shame that these Muslims,living in Amercia cannot tolerate a Christian man distributing phamplets about Jesus. In Canada, at the Eaton centre in Toronto,daily a band of Muslims collect in front of the busy inter section and distribute free Korans and Islamic literatures. No body bothered them, or threw stones at them,or said filthy words and if they do not like the free offer,politely said”no thank you” and went. That is the Christian culture we are brought up in. This savage behaviour of the so called ‘guests’ in our country makes us to take the laws into our own hands -as the police are of no use to the majority,and the police commissioner keeps his mum. Another civil war in the near future?

  18. I don’t agree throwing things at people but in this case, the mob was definitely provoked. What kind of christians put a pigs head on a pole and take it to an arab festival?

  19. Stumbled on your website today accidentally. I have never seen a more ignorant, racist, xenophobic group of ignoramuses in my life. Christianity is a religion of compassion and love. You are the worst Christians I have ever encountered. May god have mercy on your souls.

    • Suggest you file your complaint with the “religion of peace”. You know, the “religion” that tolerates homosexuals, women, and Christians.

    • Hey, Zach. You obviously don’t know much about Christianity or you surely would know what “compassion and love” does NOT mean being a wimp or not confronting wrongdoers. We on FOTM take as our role model Jesus Christ Himself, who regularly confronted and upbraided the hypocritical Pharisees and was so angry with wrongdoers as to overturn their tables and chased them out of the Temple.

  20. The POS officially proclaims he wants to follow “The European Model”. If you have finished throwing up over this event in Michigan take a look at where America will be if said POS steals the November election:

  21. A couple of thoughts:
    1) If a man walks down a dark alley in a bad neighborhood late at night and gets robbed, is it his fault? No, the robber is guilty BUT, at the same time, it’s not prudent to walk down a dark alley at night. Similarly, given what we know about Muslims, are the Christians to blame for being attacked? No, the attackers are at fault. But the Christians knowingly took a risk.
    2) The Christians had EVERY RIGHT to do what they did.
    3) The police did not do their jobs, which was to protect citizens. They were useless and should be disciplined.
    4) What was the purpose of the Christians with their signs? If the goal is to win hearts and minds to Christ, is this an effective way to do it? BTW, I mean this last as an actual question, not merely as rhetoric – because for all I know, one person in that mob might have had a seed planted in his or her mind after seeing the signs, or might have felt shame that he or she attacked someone who didn’t retaliate – so maybe the Chrisitans in this situation DID plant seeds. I don’t know, but I’m curious.
    5) Muslim immigrants need to understand that they must adapt to our laws, not we to shar’ia. That being said, I have more of a problem with leftists than Muslims. Muslims coming here from the third world are ignorant. During the 1900s, immigrants were expected, and taught how, to become Americans. Thanks to leftists, that is no longer the case.
    6) I think the leftists, who are anti-Christian, anti-family and so on are more of a threat to this country and to Christians than Muslims.

  22. Check this out: A group of Christian demonstrators’ free-speech rights weren’t violated when authorities asked them to leave the Arab International Festival in Dearborn last year, a federal judge ruled Tuesday.
    From The Detroit News:


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