Pillars : “Religion of Peace” Reps. in the U.S.
They say that Americans suffer from what they commonly refer to as “Islamophobia”, or an irrational fear of Islam. This is their method of playing false victim in the one of the most tolerant and generous nations on the planet.
They label criticism of Islam and Muhammad as “hate speech.” This is their way of attempting to shut down necessary discussion.
They are the self-appointed voices of the Muslim community in America, infesting American politics, college campuses, and mosques. Not all Muslims in America are on board with them.
Their loyalty is to their belief system, not to the United States Constitution. Except for one, who was deported, they live in this country.
They are not fellow countrymen.
When challenged, they state that some of their comments have been “taken out of context.”
They’d be a big hit in the Middle East, which is where they should all be living. Before they’re invited into our public schools to give another lecture on Islam to American students, before another elected official or law enforcement officer agrees to meet with them and listen to their bellyaching, or to attend one of their gatherings, and before another visit to a mosque is planned as part of a class field trip, the words of these gems should always be kept in mind, as they obliterate any legitimacy to their claims of promoting “dialogue and mutual understanding”, and nullify their accusations of so-called “Islam bashing” being carried out by the American people.
This is their wall. A wall that they’ll likely share with others as time goes on…