Guest Post by Mara Zebest
Muslim leaders will hold a rally in TEXAS against Americans who they claim are haters (faux “Islamophobia” meme). POT. MEET. KETTLE.
Here’s why the word “Islamophobia” is a false narrative. The word “phobia” means an “irrational fear“—so taking into account the beheadings, slaughtering of Christians, torture, bombings, hangings, limbs chopped off, and an endless list of killing innocent people in the name of Islam—what part of this history falls into the category of an “irrational” fear? What part of Islam is a fear not consistent with using reason?
And Islam is a political ideology disguised as a religion—so the excuse that it falls into protection under religious freedoms is also a false narrative.
The David Wood video below explains the 3 stages of Jihad. After viewing the full video here, ask a similar question posed by David Wood: What Stage of Jihad are the Muslims at who will be attending this Texas rally?
The FreeBeacon reports the following:
Muslim leaders from across America will gather in Texas this weekend to hold the annual Stand With the Prophet in Honor and Respect conference, a weekend forum that is being billed as a “movement to defend Prophet Muhammad, his person, and his message,” according to event information.
The Saturday event, which seeks to combat “Islamophobes in America” who have turned the Islamic Prophet Muhammad “into an object of hate,” according to organizers, comes just a week after radicalized Islamists in France killed 17 people.
The victims died in events that began with the shooting attack on French newspaper Charlie Hebdo for its satirical cartoons that skewered the prophet.
Organizers of the event place the blame for Islam’s bad reputation on the media and so-called American Islamophobes who have “invested at least $160 million dollars to attack our Prophet and Islam,” according to the conference web page.
Keynote speakers at the event will include Georgetown University professor John Esposito, founding director of the school’s Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding, which has come under fire for, among other things, hosting 9/11 Truthers and a member of Egypt’s Nazi Party.
Also scheduled to attend the forum is controversial New York-based Imam Siraj Wahhaj, who was an “unindicted co-conspirator” in the 1993 World Trade Center bombings trial. Wahhaj has called the FBI and CIA the “real terrorists” and expressed a desire for all Americans to become Muslim, according to the New York Post.
Organizers of the conference claim that the media and Islamophobes in America are the main reason why Islam and its prophet have such a bad reputation in the Western world.
“This is not an event. It is the beginning of a movement,” organizers write on their website, which blames Americans for giving Islam a bad name. “A movement to defend Prophet Muhammad, his person, and his message.”
“All these accusations were invented by Islamophobes in America,” the group claims. “As we celebrate the Prophet in our now annual, nationwide event: Stand with the Prophet, we recommit ourselves to rectify his image, peace be upon him.”
Read more here.
Again, when these Islamic organizers state this rally is “a movement to defend Prophet Muhammad“… what stage of Jihad are they entering?