New Revelations about the Islamic Center of Murfreesboro — on The Jamie Glazov Show, Tuesday, July 10, 2012, 8-9 pm Pacific

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This week’s guest will be Eric Allen Bell, a leading counter-jihad activist who is investigating the Islamic Center of Murfreesboro. He will be discussing his discoveries in his investigation and the media’s treatment, and mistreatment, of the glaring but inconvenient facts.

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  • C.R.

    Its an outrage this evil mosque is being allowed to be built–if this is conpleted the Godless Muslims will gain in numbers until they become a threat to non Muslims in the area and beyond–just like in Dearborn, MI and elsewhere in the USA–that same thing has already happened in Europe!

    Murfreesboro will become a no go zone for non Muslims–how is this a good thing?

    • Jules

      First of all, Muslims did believe in G-d the last time I checked.

      Secondly, using the government to try to block practice of a religion and reduce the number of adherents to that religion would be unconstitutional and un-American. The last time I checked, the US prided itself in embracing and promoting religious freedom.

      Finally, how is the mere existence of a mosque and the presence of Muslims in an area a "threat" to non-Muslims? I have been to Dearborn, Michigan before and never been threatened. I have been living in Europe for several years now and the mere presence of some Muslims in my neighbourhood and a mosque about a mile away has not threatened me or even affected my life in any way.

      In short, your comment is substantively identical to the anti-Semitic and anti-Catholic bigotry of earlier times.