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Friday, February 5, 2010

Arab Festival 2009: Sharia in the US

his is a video of Nabeel Qureshi and David Wood asking questions at Arabfest in Dearborn, Michigan.
The date is June 21st, 2009. There was a booth at the festival which had a banner titled "Islam: Got Questions? Get Answers." From their table, we picked up a pamphlet claiming that Islam promotes peace. We noticed that it was full of poor logic and errors, so we decided to make a video refuting it. We went to the booth that gave us the pamphlet to give them the opportunity to defend their claims. Security, however, stepped in and forced us to turn off our camera.

We left the booth, received advice from police, and found out that the actions of the security guards were illegal. We went back to the booth to record a potential answer again. Realizing that the Muslims present had no answer, we left.

When we came outside, we were asked some questions by two young men, who had been sent by security to entrap us. While we responded to them, festival security started assaulting us, as you will see in this video. The conclusion of this video is a mob of festival security attacking our cameras, pushing us back, kicking our legs, and lying to the police.

We ask you, is it a coincidence that the city with the highest percentage of Muslims in the United States is the city where Christianity is not allowed to be represented (let alone preached) on a public sidewalk? Is it coincidence that in this city, people will say "No way!" when we say "This is the United States of America"?

Is this what will happen when Islam takes over the United States?


Anonymous said...

Well done guys! You have guts, and are truly great Americans!

Anonymous said...

shame on the police department of dearborn, michigan for allowing this to happen this is a city with public streets and if others can be on these streets all should be without feeling threatened and physically pushed and cameras being slapped out of peoples hands. shame on you, when i was young i lived in the area now i am old and seeing this absolutely makes me sick.