Last month Muslims took the Texas capital by storm with their Council on American-Islam Relations (CAIR) sponsored "Muslim Day." That's the same event we reported on that was met with heavy protests. One protester bye the name of Christine Weick stood out when she commandeered the microphone and yelled,". . . the false prophet Mohamed. Islam will never dominate the United States and by the grace of God it will not dominate Texas."

Now, Muslims are moving the party up north to Oklahoma where they are planning on hosting another "Muslim Day" on February 27th. CAIR claims that the reason they are hosting these events is due to a desire from the community. Executive director of CAIR, Adam Soltani said, "Several members of our community have come to me, asking how they can get their voices heard and how they can get involved in public affairs."

The problem isn't that there's a religious group trying to have an impact on politics, in fact that's one of the great things about America: the people get to have a say in the creation of laws. And the people have the freedom to worship how they want. The problem is that CAIR isn't just a religious group, they're a religious group with ties to terrorism and Islamic extremism. CAIR has been tied to HAMAS, and in 2009 U.S. District Court Judge George Solis said, "The government has produced ample evidence to establish the associations of CAIR, ISNA, NAIT, with NAIT, the Islamic Association for Palestine, and with Hamas."

People are showing up to protest these "Muslim Day" events because they know CAIR has terrorist ties, and they don't want Islamic extremism changing legislation. People are understandably afraid of America getting trapped with Sharia law for the sake of inclusively and political correctness.

 

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