Dearborn Michigan Muslim-Christian Relations


Approaching dhimmitude. The US needs to clamp down on these morons as soon as possible, freedom of speech is being trampled on by Muslims who shout “were offended” at the drop of a hat, then demand the silencing of the opposition.
What the Dearborn cops did was wrong, and on many levels. In “keeping the peace”, the police should have demanded that the Muslims allow any person, no matter how offensive the message, (they were sharing the Gospel to those who cared to engage them) to continue on unmolested.
This is something that the Dearborn police (the Tundra Tabloids used to work in Dearborn) has to take issue with, hopefully an internal investigation will result from the arrest of these four Christians and the policy changed. KGS
Four Christians were arrested and thrown out of a public Arab festival in Michigan – and at least two people claim a crowd cheered “Allahu akbar!” while the Christians were led away in handcuffs for doing nothing more than engaging in peaceful dialogue and videotaping the event.
Nabeel Qureshi, David Wood, Paul Rezkalla and 18-year-old Negeen Mayel attended the 15th annual Dearborn Arab International Festival on June 18 in Dearborn, Mich., where an estimated 30,000 of the city’s 98,000 residents are Muslim.
The American Arab Chamber of Commerce announced the event was expected to draw “over 300,000 people from across the country, Canada and the Middle East.” The festival covers 14 blocks and is free and open to the public.
Qureshi and Mayel are former Muslims who are now Christians. Mayel’s parents emigrated from Afghanistan. Wood is a former atheist. All are from a Christian group called Acts 17 Apologetics.
In the following video after the arrest, Qureshi said his group took “extra precautions” to prevent disruptions by not handing out pamphlets and to speak only to people “who first approached us”:

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2 Responses

  1. In the 1960's people marched for equal rights for every one, it is sickening to see individual rights violated in the 21st century. It will be a long road but they will get their day in court and hopefully justice will be served.

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