In the week preceding the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, Christians across the country will be strategically positioned outside high schools near mosques with known terrorism links. They will hand out literature that tells students “the truth about Islam and Muhammad and their violent, oppressive policies towards non-Muslims."
“Like all patriotic Americans we cherish our liberties and our God-given rights and are committed to defending these principles,” says Steve Klein of Concerned Citizens for the First Amendment.
“Fourteen hundred violent years of history prove that Islam is incompatible with America. Muslims believe they are superior and arrogantly reject our Christian principles of equality, minority rights and equal justice,” Klein adds. “We are going to the schools to protect students—and especially our young women—from the oppression Islam threatens to impose.”
The “911 Defend Our Students Campaign,” ran by DefendChristians.Org, will start Sept. 5 and continue all year, targeting communities with the most radical mosques. The campaign's goal is to grow so that every high school in the U.S. will teach the truth about Islam on each 9/11 anniversary.
“We are fed up with political correctness that refuses to warn the next generation of Americans about the clear and present danger of Islam in America,” says Gary Cass of DefendChristians.Org. “It's cultural suicide to stay silent.
“Muslims are trying to convert and radicalize our young people. By telling them the truth about the dangerous doctrines of Islam and the and wicked practices of Muhammad we are protecting our children.”
Joseph Nasralla, founder of The Way TV, fled to the U.S. for safety after being imprisoned, tortured and almost murdered three times by Muslims. "When Muslims get power they subjugate all other religions. They follow the example of Muhammad who demanded that non-Muslims convert, pay onerous taxes to Muslims or be killed.
“Islamic ideology is a threat to religious liberty everywhere and our children must be warned so they never have to endure what I've experienced.”
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