Indianapolis: Billboard presumably describing their prophet irks Muslims

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But why?

IndyStar reporters Fatima Hussein, Justin L. Mack and James Briggs spent more time and resources researching who owned the billboard and reaching out to Muslims for comment than they did trying to refute the content on the billboard. They even had to replace their blurry image taken from social media days ago with one from Fox News.

Source: Anti-Muslim billboard owned by businessman with history of inflammatory rhetoric

IndyStar on Tuesday traced the billboard to a firm called LightPoint Impressions. Don Woodsmall, who was listed as a principal on the firm’s website, responded to inquiries from IndyStar with a 500-word statement in which he said he sold the ad to a “group of patriotic Americans” who were denied advertising by national companies.

“Upon learning what they wanted to post, my first question was, like most Americans, ‘Is it true?'” he said. “After talking to a half-dozen Islamic scholars and receiving and reviewing numerous citations from Islamic law and literature, I was convinced that each point listed on the billboard was historically and factually true.”

Woodsmall acknowledged “there are those who might be offended” by his Indianapolis billboard and said he would remove the ad “if any of the facts are shown to be untrue.”

Can USA Today’s Fatima Hussein or Muslim U.S. Rep. Andre Carson, D-Indianapolis refute specific points on the billboard as incorrect? If the facts listed cannot be refuted and have been proven by Islamic scholars and texts, then Carson just described the actions of his prophet Mohammed as “hateful” and “vile”. His words.

Source: Muslims ‘outraged’ by billboard that insults prophet Mohammed

U.S. Rep. Andre Carson, D-Indianapolis, said he believes the billboard is untrue and that the billboard’s author takes Islamic text and history out of context “just like al-Qaeda, ISIS and the Klan do to religious texts to justify their bigotry.”

Carson said he is disappointed that people have decided to use their free speech protections as a platform “to spread hateful, vile things that are divisive to people.”

Prepare for Muslims and their apologists, including cowardly Republican senators like Todd Young (his tweet), to quickly start revising history, changing context and attacking the messengers rather than discussing the message.

Don’t hold your breathe waiting for discussion or debate on Mo’s life, nor for Briggs or Hussein to investigate the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas-linked, unindicted co-conspirator ISNA that is headquartered in Plainfield, Indiana. Terror-funding and all.


13 thoughts on “Indianapolis: Billboard presumably describing their prophet irks Muslims

  1. Carson is so full of camel poop his eyes are brown! That rationale no longer works in the United States unless you are a moslemite.

  2. Not until our mainstream media, religious and political word leaders, and our children’s government educational institutions begin to speak and teach with this same level of truth and accuracy will the world find a cure for this insidious seditious global plague.

  3. Everything on the board is true, have more impact with page and verse number to show where its at, as it is now it just words that state something which is why Muslims will argue however with the verse and page they cannot state its false, print the truth and back it up.

  4. Andre Carson is a Muslim, Muslims in public office have one agenda protect Islam, nothing else matters except to advance Islam lying all the while. Never vote a Muslim into public office, never hire a Muslim and never trust a Muslim.

  5. It’s all about a battle for the mind! The more we have courageous Americans who are willing to EXPOSE this DEATH CULT for what it truly is, the better our chances at turning the tide against this VICIOUS SNAKE! The filthy MUZZRATS can’t stand to look at their own filthy laundry hung up to dry–SO LET’S MAKE ‘EM EAT THEIR OWN SHIITT!!!

    • I lived in the Indy area for some years. They are really CONSERVATIVE. They measure forks there on weather they work. Their faith is FAITH.

  6. And not once is the name of the ‘perfect man’ mentioned. Why do people’s minds immediately think “Muhammad?” The advertisement could have been referring to Jesus, or Moses, or Confucious. That, to me, is evidence in itself.

    • Why do we know its Mohammed , silly person its called educating yourself on the subject of Islam, everything on that board is the truth, why don’t you educate yourself and look it up and learn then perhaps you will join those that understand the way Muslims hide the truth or don’t want to face it that their main man was a pedophile, rapist, murderer and so much more, learn the truth it will set you free to protect our nation,

      • I think you misunderstood my comment. “Why do we know it’s Mohammad” is exactly what I meant. I have educated myself. I have read the koran. I KNOW it is referring to Mohammad. My point is that because people’s minds automatically assumed that it was him is evidence in itself that what is written on the board is true-without even reading the book. Having deeds like this attached to your name for 1400 years doesn’t fade quickly.

        I hope that was more clear.

  7. each one of the bullet points has a direct correlation to the Quran and hadith.

    “Married 6 year old” — Sahih Muslim (8:3309), Sahih Bukhari (58:234, 3896, 5158, and 3311)
    “Beheaded 600 Jews in one day” — Quran (33:26), Ibn Ishaq/Hisham (674), Abu Dawud (4390)
    “Slave owner & dealer” — Sahih Muslim (3901), Sahih Bukhari (47:743), Quran (4:24, 33:52)
    “13 wives, 11 at one time” — Sahih Bukhari (62:6), Sahih Bukhari (5:268)
    “Rapist” — Abu Dawud (2150), Sahih Muslim (3433), Quran (4:24, 33:50), Sahih Bukhari (34:432), Sahih Muslim (3371)
    “Tortured & killed unbelievers” — Quran (8:67), Sahih Muslim (4322), Sahih Bukhari (52:256, 11:626), (Ibn Ishaq/Hisham 819, Ibn Kathir v.3 p.403), 109 verses of violence

  8. It’s a good thing Islamic apologists were not running things during WWII. I’m sure they would have claimed any criticism of Hitler or Nazism was “taking Nazi text and history out of context just like the Klan do to religious texts to justify their bigotry.”

    EVERYTHING Islam does is GOOD. NOTHING about Islam should EVER be criticized. Even if it is TRUE! That is BIGOTRY!

If sharia law continues spreading, you'll have less and less freedom of speech - so speak while you can!

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