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Muslims will be marching in Washington, DC on September 11th, 2013. AMPAC founder and Senate candidate MD Rabbi Alam told Metro. “... We are Americans standing up for American values – people need to know that
Muslims are being mistreated.”
Pick another day you disrespectful idiot. I most certainly do not see the Japanese marching for equality on Pearl Harbor Day and nor would they
It doesn't matter how anyone spins or explains it a way. The level of accommodation, lack of accountability, and complete loss of common sense and common decency has got to stop in this Country! There is no reason EVER that a Muslim against fear march (formerly called the Million Muslim March) should be
allowed to take place in Washington, DC on September 11th.
This is not acceptable and this level of accommodation has gotten so far over the line it is unbelievable. The
rights of the majority of American citizens are compromised on a regular basis for the "freedoms" of the minorities. No, this is not acceptable anymore. I will not see my Country taken advantage of, disrespected, compromised, and divided for the need of every special interest and every culture. No, that is not what freedom is about. Its not a license to take advantage, get things for free, disrespect people, and change a community and a nation's way of life.
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