Posts Tagged ‘ conference ’

Preserving Freedom Conference a Success

Nov 12th, 2011 | By

The Constitution or Sharia Conference in Nashville, Tennessee on November 11, 2011 was a great success with far more participants than would have been possible at the original venue at the Hutton Hotel. Just two weeks prior to the conference the Hutton Hotel refused to honor the contract it had signed with the Sharia Awareness Action Network. The Hutton Hotel had determined that it would benefit financially from becoming sharia compliant. Sharia law forbids any critical voice against Islam.


The Constitution or Sharia; Preserving Freedom Conference Just Two Days Away — Attendance Exceeds All Expectations

Nov 9th, 2011 | By

According to William J. Murray, chairman of the Sharia Awareness Action Network (, the conference organizer, yesterday, registrations passed 350. Between the day and evening sessions, close to 500 are expected to attend. When the venue was the Hutton Hotel, which breached its contract with the conference, fewer than 200 were expected.


Chairman’s Report for November 3, 2011

Nov 4th, 2011 | By

In this issue: Hutton Hotel cancels our sharia conference under pressure / Tennessee church offers facilities to save conference / DOJ to National Security agencies: Train officers against terrorism, but never mention Islam / Hijabs to be a part of JROTC uniforms? / Fruits of the “Arab Spring” / U.S. Muslims demand Catholic schools remove crucifix from classrooms


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

Oct 24th, 2011 | By

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.


What will you do with Shariah?

Sep 18th, 2011 | By

It’s been the subject of a documentary, “Losing our Sons,” that recently was released, and a trailer reveals the controversial subject:

Carlos Bledsoe went to college in Nashville and was introduced to the Islamic Center there. Soon he converted to Islam as Abdulhakim Mohamed, and shortly after traveled to Yemen to train.

He returned to America in an apparent rage, and now is suspected of the shooting death of Pvt. William “Andy” Long, who had completed his military training and was en route to an overseas deployment. Long was shot and killed outside a Little Rock, Ark., Recruiting Center, and Carlos Bledsoe later told the AP it wasn’t murder, because he was just doing what a Muslim should do.