Nashville Hotel Owner Caves To Sharia Law – Cancels Preserving Freedom Conference

Oct 24th, 2011 | By | Category: News Posts

AmerimarOctober 24, 2011 – 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.

Steve Eckley should be reminded – politely – that the U.S. Constitution provides for freedom of speech and freedom of religious expression. Islamic law provides for no such freedoms and encourages the killing or enslavement of all non-Muslims. He should be reminded that he has caved to Sharia Law, which demands submission by non-Muslims. If every hotel manager was worried about what speakers might say at hotel conferences, no one would have the freedom to say anything at conference centers.

Steve Eckley should have stood strong on behalf of freedom of speech and religious expression and not have caved to the demands of Islamists. His company owns numerous other hotels including one in London that holds conferences promoting Sharia finance and Sharia compliant life insurance. Complete list of Amerimar hotels.

Contact Eckley today and tell him what you think about his actions. Be polite, but firm. His phone number is 720-318-4238 or 615-340-9333.

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