ET Williams, the ‘Doctor of Common Sense’ weighs in on “Moooselum Day” at Six Flags over Atlanta

The first Muslim Family Day at Six Flags was held in September 2000.


After 9/11, Muslims continued to celebrate the deaths of thousands of Americans at Six Flags every September, although now they hold so many MUSLIM FAMILY DAYS AT SIX FLAGS in so many states, they take place in Sept. and Oct. every year. Non-Muslims are NOT welcome at Six Flag on Muslim Day at Six Flags where there will be halal-only food, Islamic indoctrination classes, and acres of asses in the air praying to allah several times during the day.

h/t Frey 828

images23MUSLIM DAY AT SIX FLAGS caught a lot of media flak when they held it on 9/11 Weekend in 2010. Muslim Family Day is sponsored by the Islamic Circle of North America, a Muslim Brotherhood front group (like CAIR) which openly supports Hamas and Hezbollah. It has been under investigation for fundraising for and money laundering to Islamic terrorist groups.

Six Flags tells its employees: “Out of respect (to Islam), we request the employees wear their uniform pants, instead of their shorts”no matter how hot it is. If Muslims wanted to show respect they wouldn’t hold this the day after 9/11.

Every year, the New Jersey theme park, Six Flags Great Adventure, transforms as ‘The Great Muslim Adventure Day’, organized by the Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA). This multi-ethnic but Islam-only event brings Muslims together in a fun-filled, culturally Islamic environment providing family entertainment for the entire (MUSLIM) family. Halal hot dogs for all.

This is what you’ll see if you inadvertently show up at any Six Flags on Muslim Day.

TIME For half an hour at about 2 p.m. last Friday, the main attraction at Six Flags New Jersey was not the Nitro, the “tallest and fastest roller coaster in the East,” or the Superman Ultimate Flight ride. Within sight of the front gate, not far from the faux Revolutionary battlements of Fort Independence, a succession of blue tarps had been stretched.


Prostrated on them, facing Mecca (and, unintentionally, the Cannonball Lemonade Stand) were hundreds of men, heads to the ground in sajda, Islamic prayer’s gesture of submission to Allah. As hundreds more entered the park and took note, many set up individual prayer rugs or simply dropped to their knees. Great Muslim Adventure Day at Six Flags had commenced.


Flags Great Adventure, is set to be transformed as ‘The Great Muslim  Adventure Day’ … ENTIRE PARK FOR MUSLIMS ONLY … Alhamdullilah [Praise be to God], tickets are selling fast!” It promised a “special dolphin show,” leading into a talk by a well-known Islamic scholar, and the comic stylings of “Allah Made Me Funny: The Official Muslim Comedy Tour.” 

Standard food concessions are shuttered in favor of ritually correct halal vendors like Shalimar and Kabob King. There is no opposite-sex canoodling, and halter tops and shorts are replaced by a vast array of Muslim headbags and ankle-length jilbabs and abayas.