WOO HOO! Huge crowd from tiny town of Concrete, Washington came out to protest the bullies from CAIR


When Muslim Brotherhood front group, CAIR (Council on Anti-American Islamic Relations), used their strong arm tactics on the Concrete School District to malign a teacher who simply told her students the truth about Islam, the people of Concrete came out to support her and tell the CAIR thugs to take a hike.

Kerry Hooks, Washington director for ACT! for America, delivered over 1,200 letters of support for Ms. Janda that ACT! for America members had emailed since we alerted the nation a week ago about CAIR-Washington’s assault on Ms. Janda’s fine reputation.


Wow- what a night!

The people of Concrete, WA sent a loud and clear message last night to CAIR:

“Not in our town!”


Despite Concrete’s population of just over 700 people, an estimated 450 people overflowed a community meeting to show their support for teacher Mary Janda and the Concrete community, who are being maliciously bullied and maligned by the Muslim Brotherhood/HAMAS front-group, CAIR.


The crowd was so large that people spilled over into the foyer, nursery, and kitchen of the church, and another 40-50 people were standing outside listenting through the open windows. It was incredible to see the overwhelming outpouring of support for this courageous teacher, and to see the crowd rise in a standing ovation for her at the end of the night! People drove long distances to come and communicate to the people of Concrete, “You are not alone.” They came from as far as Olympia, Pierce County, Bellingham, Canada, Walla Walla, and Idaho.

Kerry Hooks (WA State director of Act! for America) and I discredited CAIR’s outrageous accusations against Mary Janda, proving her statements in class about Hamas and the Taliban to be absolutely factual. We also presented evidence of CAIR’s direct ties to multiple terrorist groups (including the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas). It was such an honor to get to stand with the community of Concrete, this brave teacher, and all those who came from around the state and beyond. We must stand courageously together as the battle continues in defense of our freedoms, our founding principles, and the pursuit of truth. 

Thank you to all of you who prayed for last night. Indeed God moved powerfully. Please keep praying as CAIR is having their meeting this Sunday. Pray for the truth to prevail. We will keep you updated. 


Shahram Hadian


Hadian_photo_cropA Christian pastor and former Muslim, Shahram Hadian travels around the nation speaking on critical issues facing us as Americans. The simple mission of The TIL Project is to speak the “truth in love” on issues such as:

  • The threat of radical Islam and oppressive Shari’ah Law in America

  • The importance of civic engagement

  • Protecting our Constitution and the rule of law from application of foreign law

  • National security

  • Standing with the nation of Israel

Two things have become abundantly clear to Hadian – people are tired of political correctness, and people are ready to hear the truth. This reality demonstrates the need for courageous leaders in all spheres of our society, particularly within our government, who are willing to speak the truth and stand for our foundational principles.

Photo, left to right:  Crowd in main room, with people listening through the windows, Signs made by students in Concrete, Shahram with teacher Mary Janda, Kerry Hooks, and two hosts of the event.

For more details about this incident and CAIR’s outrageous claims, please read Act! for America’s newsletter by clicking here.

Read the article about the event in today’s  Concrete Herald here and Skagit Valley Herald here.

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