Shame on you, Orlando, for accepting Muslim-funded billboards that slander Christianity and Judaism

Local Muslim organizations have started a deceptive and morally repugnant advertising campaign that promotes a lie about the so-called values that Muslims claim to share with Christians and Jews.

MEMRI According to Hezbollah supporter and executive director of terror-linked CAIR (Council on Anti-American Islamic Relations), “In my view, Islam and the US are twins, linked by common values. The values on which the US was founded are the same values advocated by Islam: freedom, and especially freedom of religion, freedom of speech, protection of minorities, and spreading justice among all sectors of society.” (HAH!) 

Islamic billboards appearing throughtout Orlando area

Orlando Sentinel  The billboards proclaiming “Same family, Same message” sprouting throughout the Orlando and Daytona Beach areas are sponsored by the Longwood-based American Muslim Community Centers, the Islamic Center of Orlando and the United Muslim Foundation in Lake Mary.


“In the holiday season, people are more spiritual,” said AMCC Chairman Atif Fareed. “The idea is this would be an ideal time to spread the message that we are really from the same source: one family, one message.”


The billboards, which have several different slogans, refer motorists to the [redacted] website of the New York-based Islamic Circle of North America. The organization’s “Why Islam” campaign is intended to raise awareness and correct misconceptions about a religion many Americans associate with terrorism. “Our goal is to reach out and start a dialogue with our fellow Americans,” said ICNA President Zahid Bukhari.


The Orlando billboards began going up a few days before an apparently demented woman pushed a Hindu man to his death in front of a New York subway on Dec. 27. The woman said she did it because she hated Muslims and Hindus for the terrorist attacks of 9-11.


Fareed, a commercial airline pilot, said the idea came when he saw the Why Islam billboards in Pensacola, and thought it would be a good way to introduce his organization to Central Florida residents. Relatively new to Orlando, AMCC opened its Longwood community center in June.

“If they can do it in Pensacola, Florida,” Fareed said, “we can do it in Orlando, Florida.”

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