In recent weeks, the YouTube video “” has sparked violent anti-American protests in more than 20 Muslim countries around the world. Muslims in America have been much more restrained in denouncing the video, and the violence seen in other countries has not erupted in the United States.
Saturday, hundreds of Muslim-Americans spoke out against the video during a peacefulnear the White House.
They came to Washington from all areas America to promote peace and denounce the hatred against Muslims. “We are out here today to say no to insult, no to hatred and no to bigotry against our faith and our religion,” said Rahim, a rapper, Muslim MC and poet for social change. “No more hate,” he got the crowd to chant, “No more hate.” Other protesters chanted “Respect our prophet, stop the hate.”
Making a movie, hateful. Burning buildings, killing innocent people, burning flags and calling for beheadings, religion of
disturbing the peace.
Although the protest was peaceful, the frustration of many Muslims was palpable.
“No figure in human history is more loved and admired by his followers than Muhammad is by the Muslims,” Afeef Khan told those gathered at Lafayette Park. “On the flip side, no figure in human history is more hated and more despised by his detractors than Muhammad is by his enemies.
Again, non-Muslims make movies, Muslims kill.
Khan said the hatred for Muhammad comes from “the so-called 1 percent” in the world.
“That 1 percent destroyed Jesus and Moses, they separated church and state,” he said. “These 1 percent say they have the right to make the laws, that they have the right to determine public behavior. The only impediment in their way, the only impediment to total world domination, to full spectrum dominance, is the character and content of Muhammad.
Remember, we’re told Muslims in the U.S. don’t want sharia. Don’t believe it.
“Our reference point is the content of the Qur’an and the character and the commitment of Allah’s prophet,” said Khan. “Why don’t we fight for our reference points. Why don’t we stand up and say that ‘if you mess with our reference points, that there will be hell to pay on earth.”
Does that sound peaceful? Could this be the same Afeef Khan identified at the 2009 Al Quds Day hate fest called Obama a house negro?
“And this is what I mean. That if we want a positive, a secure and a just future for the Palestinians and in fact for all the people of the Middle East and for all the people of North Africa, we cannot get away from the fact that the solution begins with the complete destruction, the annihilation, and the utter dismemberment of the State of Israel.”
“And that the head politician on 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue – who of us has the courage to say to this politician that are you a regular house negro or are you the quintessential house negro? Who of us has the courage when we couch our presentation in suggesting that the problem can be solved by the dismemberment of the State of Israel and the support that state receives from the United States?”
PS: The media will not show you or tell you what is going on inside your own country. It will not be televised.