This non-violent Muslim ‘takeover’ of the Oklahoma State Capital Building happened three days ago, but designated terrorist group CAIR is still putting out ‘dhimmi’ media stories about the ‘Muslim Day’ Jihad – an Islamic prayer ritual inside a government building, which was protested by real Americans.
Enid News Few lawmakers attended Muslim Day, as it was held on a day when the Legislature was out of session. (See, they weren’t there to talk to lawmakers, they were there to shove their Islamic supremacism in American’s faces)
Adam Soltani, executive director of CAIR (Council on American-Islamic Relations), which organized the event, said Muslims plan to return next week to hand out copies of Quran, the Islamic holy book, to lawmakers. He said he hopes it serves as a “educational resource” to teach what Muslims really believe. (I hope you’ll be giving them authentic qurans and not the whitewashed, sanitized of all the violence versions you usually give out to unbelievers)
Who the hell allowed Muslim extremists from designated terrorist group CAIR to desecrate the Capital Building with their offensive Call to Prayer?
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Even worse, look at all the Christophobes sprawled out on the floor of the State Capital Building, blocking any real American citizens from entering. Disgusting!
Star Tribune So-called ‘Muslim Day’ participants at Oklahoma Capitol were met by a group of angry anti-Islam protesters. Adam Soltani, the group’s executive director, said Muslims in Oklahoma are increasingly being targeted with anti-Islamic rhetoric, some of it from Republican state legislators, making it even more important to learn how government operates. For example, Republican Rep. John Bennett is a frequent critic of CAIR who has said he believes Islam is a threat to America.
“If they had a sword, they’d cut your head off,” protesters shouted. Some carried signs saying “Islam equals Death.”
The Muslim man, Alton Nolen, who cut off the head of an Oklahoma Christian grandmother at work was unavailable to attend Muslim Day at the Capital.
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It was the second incident in a week. In the first vandalism at the Ivy City Mosque, vandals tore covers off prayer books, tore down bookshelves and threw a chair through a window.
Police said they did not believe it was an anti-Muslim hate crime because there has been a lot of vandalism in that neighborhood.