32,286 documented terrorist attacks have been committed by Islam — the world’s largest, oldest, and deadliest hate group — since 9-11-2001. By the time you read this, the count will have increased. It grows daily.
Yet a representative of this massive hate group sat stoically in her hijab (hood and robe) on a panel against hate in Columbus, Indiana. The event occurred Saturday, December 23.
Also represented was Black Lives Matter of Columbus and African American Pastors Alliance.
Absent from the meeting was White Lives Matter of Columbus and European American Pastors Alliance. The groups are non-existent and any effort to organize such groups would be promptly condemned as “hate”.
That leaves us pondering the questions:
Who decides which group is hate-based?
What is one to do when hate groups rally against hate groups?
Answer: Tell the truth.
According to The Republic, a local newspaper with a long-standing reputation for left-wing bias, listed participating groups as:
African American Pastors Alliance
Black Lives Matter of Columbus
Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Columbus
First Presbyterian Church
Su Casa Columbus
Bartholomew County Indivisible
Islamic Society of Columbus Indiana
Chinese Affinity Group
Showing Up for Racial Justice
Columbus Hebrew Congregation
Hindu Society of Southern Indiana
Image: Ahlam Tamimi (Arabic: أحلام التميمي) is a Jordanian national known for assisting in carrying out the Sbarro restaurant suicide bombing. She is currently on the FBI’s most wanted list; courtesy of: https://www.fbi.gov/wanted/wanted_terrorists/ahlam-ahmad-al-tamimi