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.
But the TV reporter leaves out one important detail. Watch video to the end to learn what it was.
This report was done AFTER the man was arrested, which means they had access to his name. No wonder CAIR isn’t calling for a “hate crime” investigation.
‘Shariaphobia’ is back, and some left wing Texans are tired of it. Mayor Beth Van Duyne took to Facebook to say the Constitution is the sole law in Irving, after people who should know better stoked fearmongering over the approval of Islamic tribunals involving the Irving mosque.
But all this Muslim-bashing isn’t working in Irving, where the Ramblerweekly defends the Islamic Center as a good neighbor. The Rambler warned against “the greater damage these hatemongers inflict on our community.”
There’s one more important point about the dispute panel, where Imam Moujahed Bakhach of Fort Worth, two other area imams and a case manager from a Dallas law firm hear disputes for a $1,200 fee.
In America, we call this freedom. If someone claims Shariah is taking a sinister hold in Irving, threatening the domestic tranquility of Euless or Coppell, remind them that all Texans are free to seek faith-based advice.
Even Van Duyne, who told Beck she’s “not supportive” of the panel, wrote on Facebook that our laws remain supreme: “Citizens need to remember that their rights are guaranteed by the Constitution and I believe no one should subjugate themselves to anything less.” Anyone unhappy with the panel can go to court. Its website says so.
Coincidentally, the Texas Legislature is considering bills that would grant Texas Muslims even more such religious freedom.
State Rep. Dan Flynn, R-Canton, sponsor of an anti-Shariah bill also has proposed a constitutional amendment to have judges grant faiths “autonomy” and avoid “religious doctrinal interpretation or application.”
I plan on filing a bill during the 84th Session of the Texas Legislature that will require our Texas Judicial System to only allow American Law on American Soil in our Texas Courts. I trust and pray that those of you that share this concern will join me in supporting and demanding this Legislation.
Mustafaa Carroll, executive director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations’ Houston chapter, said “So many people misunderstand our religion, the last thing we need is the courts reinterpreting it,” Carroll said. Those bashing the dispute panel are “just trying to make people worried,” he said.
Some Texans aren’t listening…especially when they see quotes like this from Mustafaa Carroll:
New allegations are being made against the man accused of setting fire to a Houston Islamic center storage building.
After Darryl Ferguson, 55, walked into court for a probable cause hearing Tuesday, prosecutors revealed new details about the arson suspect. Ferguson said he was only trying to keep warm, but the district attorney’s office said Ferguson may have revealed a more sinister motive to a convenience store clerk after the fire. “He told a nearby convenience store clerk that he hated Muslims, they got what they deserved, and things happen for a reason,” a county clerk said during Ferguson’s court appearance.