Just in case you were not aware, Christian events that espouse Jesus as your personal Savior and open prayers and Holy Bible scriptures read aloud, particularly from the Gospel, are now deemed by the Associated Press as “ANTI-ISLAM.” It’s not clear if Islamic events espousing the Quran are “ANTI-CHRISTIAN,” but it’s a good bet that they’re described as “peaceful prayer meetings.” Just a guess.
When you’re in South Dakota, keep the above information in mind so that you’re not treading on the religious rights of any stray Muslims who happen to be in the neighborhood, minding their own business, and brandishing a few guns and wearing a T-shirt that reads, “I am an American, I am a Muslim, I open carry, And conceal carry, I am only dangerous, If you are stupid.”
This actually did happen, however, and the man actually was wearing that T-shirt and wielding guns when he live-streamed himself visiting the event on Facebook. Ehab Jaber of Sioux Falls decided it would be fun to hold up the weapons inside his car at the Christian event and start recording terror threats to the conference and those in attendance!
[Ehab] Jaber…said “Be terrified,” and “be afraid” several times, as he pulled out gun after gun.
This was not an “anti-Islam” event, it was a Christian conference.
…Associated Press, July 25, 2017
A South Dakota man charged with making terroristic threats outside an anti-Islam event has pleaded guilty to a federal firearms charge.
Forty-six-year-old Ehab Jaber of Sioux Falls streamed a Facebook Live video from the April event. He held up guns while saying “if you want to be afraid, be afraid.” He wore a T-shirt saying “I am Muslim” and “I am only dangerous if you are stupid.”
A federal grand jury in May indicted him on a charge of possession of a firearm by a prohibited person. State prosecutors also have charged him with making terroristic threats and possessing methamphetamine, after initially declining to charge him….
As you can see, the authorities were at first hesitant to charge him with any crime, probably worried that the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) and the ACLU would descend on their police station and threaten expensive lawsuits. As it turned out, he was charged, but isn’t it interesting (and telling) that the Associated Press claimed that the Christian conference was an “anti-Islam” event.
Many people are not aware that the AP is merely a conglomerate of all the Fake News Industrial Complex (FNIC) players that we’re so used to seeing, spewing Leftist spin at every opportunity. The report makes complete sense when you look at it through that lens, doesn’t it?
Source: Jihad Watch