This is insane, extremely concerning. How is this not upside down and backwards.
All the group is doing is talking about their religion, they are not forcing anyone to believe, they are just sharing their beliefs.
These are kids, ages 7 to 18, that are spewing all this hate. Where did they learn this from?
They are throwing full water bottles, milk crates, cans, trash, rocks, and anything else that is not nailed down.
How is this not upside down? A group can not protest?
The cops said that they were the ones creating a danger to society, not the ones throwing rocks, how backwards is that?
It intensifies at about the 9:10 mark.
It is painful to watch. By turning a blind eye to this evil and hate, what are we setting ourselves up for as a society?
Do they really think they can reason with this crowd? What happens when they gain more power?
How can people say this is a religion of peace?
The Chamber of Commerce refused to allow a free speech zone. I thought our country was supposed to be a “freedom of speech” zone?
Be sure to watch to the end, as they are being police escorted in the van away from festival, they get pulled over and end up have 12 officers there.
What is our country become?
Update: I found the full unedited version of the video. This group was preaching the truth but was a little more provocative than the edited version shows. It is long, about 1 hour in length but I wanted to make sure you saw the raw video. The pig was inappropriate as well as some of the language, I wish they would have used more of the Love message that Jesus used, still the response is inappropriate.
At the 40 minute mark the group moves for I believe the last time and they get pelted with a barrage if stuff, the crowd turns into a pack of animals, it is INSANE!
The conservative preoccupation with presenting Sharia law as a threat to the United States’ culture as well as its national security has long been an unwarranted source of liberal derision. They may want to rethink their attitude after this story.
Recently, the city of Dearborn, Michigan, hosted the 2012 Arab International Festival. Naturally enough, the event drew demonstrators, specifically a group of Christian protesters who wanted to voice their discontent with what they saw as the predominately Muslim character of the event. Whatever you may think of this motive, the results of their behavior were unquestionably shocking.
In a video posted by Gateway Pundit early this morning, protesters were depicted as being battered by a constant hail of thrown debris, including water bottles and possibly even stones. Skip to nine minutes into the following video to see the “stoning” portion where large, grey projectiles that look very much like rocks are tossed into the air at the demonstrators as the crowd screams “Allahu Akbar” and closes in:
Let me repeat: Christians were allegedly stoned and forced into retreat by an angry mob of Arabs in Dearborn, Michigan. Whether you find the protesters themselves distasteful, it would be alarming indeed to think this reaction was warranted. We can only hope that no one was hurt, and that the people allegedly throwing the items will be brought to justice. However, given the inability of the cameramen to capture the faces of their assailants, we have our doubts.
Regular readers of The Blaze might recognize one of the police officers identified in the video. At about the 11-minute mark, it appears Deputy Chief Mike Jaafer steps in to talk to the Christian protesters:
If Jaafer looks familiar, that’s because he was one of the stars of the now-cancelled TLC show “All American Muslim.”
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If you have not asked Christ into your life, the essential gospel is that Jesus died for our sins, was buried, and that He was raised on the third day (1 Cor. 15:3-4). Believing this is the only qualification for salvation. We are sinners in need of a savior. Jesus died for our sins, and to prove that His death was sufficient for us, God raised Him from the dead on the third day. Believing in our heart that God raised Him from the dead is our assurance that He will raise us, too.
3 For what I received I passed on to you as of first importance: that Christ died for our sins according to the Scriptures, 4 that he was buried, that he was raised on the third day according to the Scriptures, (1 Cor. 15:3-4).