Jul 26 2013
[UPDATED!] Anti-American Christophobes from CAIR demand Central Minnesota Tea Party cancel speaker Brigitte Gabriel
Please counter CAIR’s defamation campaign (below) against Brigitte Gabriel and contact the officials (email addresses below) of the high school where she is scheduled to speak and tell them about CAIR’s crusade against free speech and against anyone who tells the truth about Islam.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
(MINNEAPOLIS, MN, 7/24/13) — The Minnesota chapter of the (Muslim Brotherhood front group CAIR) Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-MN) today called on Independent School District #482 and Little Falls Community High School to consider the negative impact a scheduled speech by an anti-Muslim speaker will have on district students and to rescind approval to hold the event in a school facility.
On July 29, 2013, the Central Minnesota Tea Party will feature anti-Muslim speaker “Brigitte Gabriel” from the hate group ACT! for America at an event in Little Falls Community High School.
“As Little Falls High School would not, and should not allow a racist or an anti-Semitic speaker to use its facilities, we ask that school and district officials apply the same standard to an anti-Muslim speaker,” said CAIR-MN Executive Director Lori Saroya. “By allowing the school to host this event, the perception is that the school is endorsing hate speech and anti-Muslim views. This perception could have a negative impact on the learning environment for Muslim students.”
Saroya added that hosting an anti-Muslim speaker would also violate the district’s Harassment and Violence Policy. The Harassment and Violence Policy seeks “to maintain learning and working environment that is free from harassment and violence on the basis of … religion … ” The policy specifically states that the school district should avoid having an “intimidating, hostile or offensive environment.”
Gabriel’s speech would also contradict the School District’s policy on Religion, which states: “The school district shall neither promote nor disparage any religious beliefs or nonbeliefs.” This policy encourages “tolerance” and this event is a clear contradiction to the policy as it clearly promotes intolerance.
NO MORE ACTION NEEDED NOW: I was just told by Act for America that all your emails have worked and the event will go on as scheduled. They have asked me to convey their appreciation for all your help.
This isn’t the first time Gabriel has spoken in Minnesota. She appeared at a June 12, 2011 “Honor Israel: speaker Brigitte Gabriel“ event at Mac Hammond’s Living Word Christian Center in Brooklyn Park. In the audience? North Star Tea Party Patriot and future Minnesota state Cindy Pugh (R-Chanhassen) who had her photograph with Gabriel posted on the wall of Lynne Torgeson for Congress 2012 Facebook page
News of the Little Falls event is found on the Central Minnesota Tea Party Patriots’ blog:
. . . Gabriel will speak on the rise of Islamic radicalism in your community and in our nation. Her story of survival as a persecuted Christian living in a bomb shelter for 7 years will have you captivated and inspired. She will share how the events of 9/11 compelled her to start ACT! for America, the largest national security grassroots organization in the U.S.
This is a must attend lecture about what is happening around our country and what we can do about it.
A recent appearance in May 2013 of Brigitte Gabriel at the anti-Sharia conference in Nashville, TN
CAIR Nazis have been unable to get Brigitte Gabriel cancelled on July 29th, so they are threatening to file a federal complaint against the school AFTER the event:
SC Times LITTLE FALLS — An Islamic
civil rights terror-linked group said Thursday it wants the Little Falls school district to clarify assurances that district policies prohibiting harassment and religious disparagement will not be violated during a Central Minnesota Tea Party event Monday at Little Falls High School.
The Minnesota chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations said it will seek clarification after a district official said a tea party group has “signed off in writing” that a scheduled appearance by Brigitte Gabriel, head of the group ACT! for America, will not violate those policies. CAIR-MN describes Gabriel as having anti-Muslim views.
In response to a question from the Times Editorial Board, Little Falls Superintendent Stephen Jones confirmed that the group and school had entered into the agreement.
On Wednesday, CAIR-MN called on district officials to consider the impact the Monday speech by Gabriel will have on students and to rescind approval of the Central Minnesota Tea Party event in a school.
CAIR-MN Executive Director Lori Saroya said the civil rights group will monitor the event and will consider filing a federal complaint against the school district if the policies are violated.