A lawsuit filed by the American Freedom Law Center (AFLC), on behalf of 7-private citizens in Michigan to stop the construction of a Mosque, is sending shockwaves all across the country.

The civil rights lawsuit filed against the City of Sterling Heights, Michigan, and its Mayor, Michael C. Taylor, alleging “Civil Rights Violations” of federal and state law, would be the first of its kind in America.

At issue is the protection of one religious group, being subjugated by another all under the legal guise of religious freedom.

The lawsuit contends that the town of Sterling Heights after initially voting down a Muslim request to build a Mosque within a predominantly Chaldean Christian community, capitulated after being threatened by massive lawsuits by the Muslim organizers, moreover a meeting scheduled whereby citizens could voice their opposition to the Mosque was suddenly cancelled, and the town council in secret voted to immediately ok the Mosque.

The drama began awhile back when the American Islamic Community Center (AICC), filed a series of lawsuits against the city claiming a series of disputes on some land owned by the center, which eventually escalated into the demand for a Mosque.

A tactic used by Muslims to threaten lawsuits against a municipality, with the ultimate intent of building Mosques within Christian neighborhoods, a practice currently taking place all over America.

This is simply the new and abridged 2017 version, in which conquering Muslim armies after defeating their enemies, and destroying their churches and any remnants of religious artifacts, would then purposely build their Mosque over the site as a reminder to those, that they’ve been defeated, and must either submit to Islamic teachings or a life of servitude.

However, like those knights of old, Christians are fighting back, not with swords, but with lawsuits against the invading Muslim hordes.

One Christian member acknowledges the dispute saying: “It is evident that AICC wanted to ‘plant the flag’ in this Chaldean Christian community by building this huge Mosque. This is a community of Christians, many of whom fled Iraq because they or family members were subjected to violence and abuse from ISIS.”

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Source: AFLC

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