Islamic Groups Advertising Terror over the Holidays
Imagine for a minute a pro Christianity billboard in any islamic country, neighborhood or even next to a mosque in an American city. Do you really believe the muslims would see the billboard as a chance to build bridges and encourage interfaith dialogue, especially during their holiday season?
By BOB VON STERNBERG, 15 December, 09, Star Tribune
Hoping to encourage interfaith dialogue, an Islamic organization will unveil a pair of billboards in Minneapolis this week.
-I highly encourage those that can too buy advertising space nearby promoting gay marriage, pork BBQ or any Synagogue. How is that for a test of tolerance?
The Minnesota chapter of the Islamic Circle of North America plans to unveil the billboards Friday, the eve of the Islamic New Year.
- Al-Hijra – 1st Muharramn (Islamic New Year) does fall on December 18 this year, not that it should matter. The islamic minions should have shown more respect for Christmas and started their hate campaign afterwards. It is stupid muslim tricks like these that destroy any chance of honest debate and helps us expose their true nature.
The billboards will be located along Hiawatha Avenue in south Minneapolis and Central Avenue on the north side.
They are part of a nationwide multimedia campaign that also includes placing posters on buses and subways in other big cities.
-Buses are a great place to eat pulled pork BBQ sandwiches, just sayin … I will stop short of encouraging any of you from stooping to their levels and damaging any of the billboards or posters. OTOH if you want to peacefully protest them, call and complain to the businesses and express to the local press why you think this is an outrage, well them feel free to express yourself.
The billboards will display a toll-free telephone number where people can get answers to questions about Islam, as well as obtain free copies of the Qur’an and other Islamic literature.
-Please call and order a free koran. Get the free koran and find an alternate use for it. Be creative and send us a picture, keep it reasonable kids do stop by.
“Got Questions? Get Answers,” the billboard states.
In a prepared statement, the campaign’s organizers are quoted as saying, “Islam is often a misunderstood religion, leading some to hold bias view of Islam with discrimination and suspicion of Muslims. This ad campaign will provide an opportunity for the people of Twin Cities to take a fresh and positive look at Islam.”
-Afterwards stop by here and we will tell you the truth about the pedophile kings cult.