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Humanist Association of San Diego's Meetup Group Message Board › And then they came for the Muslims.

And then they came for the Muslims.

Mickey
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San Diego, CA
Post #: 5
I found this on the AHA website:
It is the height of bigotry to blame an entire population for the actions of a few. Mosque opponents are acting as though Islam itself (and therefore all Muslims) attacked America on 9/11, rather than a small band of violent and hateful fanatics. When they say that building the Park51 project is “insensitive” to the 9/11 victim’s families, they are acting as though the very existence of Muslims is what’s offensive.

The conflict over Park51 points to a larger battle over our country’s future. Will the USA be a nation that respects the First Amendment, that is tolerant (and even accepting) of religious minorities, that truly practices the ideal that people should be free to practice their respective religions without interference? Or will xenophobia triumph, fanned by the flames of polarizing political and media figures, leaving the nation as a sort of exclusive zone for the one chosen Christian religion?

It’s a battle we cannot afford to lose. The Park51 project must be allowed to proceed, unhindered. Now is the time for concerned citizens to speak out in favor of the universal principle of religious freedom, which benefits all of us, no matter how we may individually feel about different organized religions. Or will secular humanists one day be saying our own version of Pastor Niemöller’s famous statement? They came first for the Muslims…

The whole post is here:http://blog.thehumani...­
A former member
Post #: 72
Thanks for posting this. I feel so very bad for the Muslims. This is horrible how the Muslims are being treated.

Apparently Donald Trump is doing his darndest and working diligently to help the Muslims, he feels very bad for all the problems the Muslims have endured.

Donald Trumps Offer to Help?

Donald is a wealthy man I don't know if he has a heart so it's good the muslims have brought some dignity into a very wealthy man.
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