IN THIS ISSUE: Preserving Freedom – The Constitution or Sharia Conference is a great success. Nearly 500 attend daytime session and over 1,000 at evening session. Conference truly international with speakers from Lebanon, Syria, Australia and the U.K. Sharia compliance by major corporations and our government exposed.
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In this issue: Stopping Sharia / The Constitution or Sharia: Preserving Freedom Conference was held in Nashville despite a hotel cancellation / Conference a great success / Michele Bachmann predicts Muslims will use nuclear weapons on Israel / Christian South Sudan bombed by Muslim North Sudan / Muslims kill more Christians in Nigeria / Turkey turns Nicean Church into mosque
In this issue: French magazine firebombed for satire of Mohammed / Cowardly left says they had it coming / Nashville Sharia conference under attack / Marines may not urinate toward Mecca / Bachmann opposes Sharia law / Londonistan MP attacked by Muslims at constituent meeting / Sudan Christians attacked for trying to finish church building / More Nigerian Christians killed
New Information on the Sharia compliant Hutton Hotel in Nashville, Tennessee
IN THIS ISSUE: Sharia law advances in the USA / Noted attorney challenges Hutton Hotel for canceling anti-sharia conference / Obama’s Arab Spring turns Islamist / The Left ignores human rights of Christians in Muslim lands / Muslims demand Catholic school remove crucifixes / More Christians die at Muslim hands
“Charging that two of our speakers have a history of enraging people to the point that ‘violence is imminent’ is absurd and libelous. None of our speakers has ever – I repeat, ever – advocated violence. There are people who will respond with violence to virtually any idea, concept, or event including beating opponent’s fans at baseball games. The outside possibility of a violent reaction from a small minority is no reason to cancel any conference, meeting or sports event in this nation,” said event chairman William Murray
The Hutton Hotel in Nashville has announced it is cancelling the Preserving Freedom Conference sponsored by the Sharia Awareness Action Network (SAAN). A senior vice president of the parent company, Steve Eckley said that his hotel has been getting threatening phone calls and letters and will not honor the contract they signed with the SAAN. Eckley told us that he wouldn’t let us on the premises if we showed up. This is the second time in two weeks that a major hotel has cancelled a conference dealing with sharia law and radical Islam. The other hotel was the Hyatt Place in Sugarland, Texas.