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PHOENIX —About 250 mostly armed anti-Muslim demonstrators — many wearing T-shirts bearing a profanity-laced message denouncing Islam — faced-off against a crowd of roughly the same size defending the faith in front of a Phoenix mosque Friday night.
Demonstrators yelled and taunted one another across a line of police separating the two sides but violence did not break out.
Jon Ritzheimer, the organizer of the protest, called it a patriotic sign of resistance against what he deemed the tyranny of Islam in America.
originally posted by: mekhanics
a reply to: Swills
This is bad news for the Christians. They want the enmity, they want their religion to be the best, meh ...
originally posted by: Sremmos80
a reply to: Greathouse
There was plenty of people wearing them, wouldn't say it was a majority of people but def more then one.
originally posted by: NthOther
This is fantastic. All the propaganda in the world is powerless against the experience of walking into a place of worship, peacefully engaging the people there, and actually feeling what it's all about.
I'm surprised the Fox affiliate here ran with this. But amusingly, the anchors seem a little confused by what happened.
Probably because they've spent the last decade of their careers lying about Islam.