Dan from Dearborn sends this along, Free speech is incitement to riot when the truth is told about Muslims.
Dearborn march on Greenfield Rd Saturday @2pm 12-05-15
Dearborn police taking orders from an Imam?
Please see attached files and distribute as desired.
Attached files document behaviors by the Dearborn Police department while thousands of mostly Shia Iraqis marched (no permit issued) south on the northbound lane of Greenfield Rd to Ford Woods Park. Only one lane was open to vehicular traffic. As is the norm in Dearborn this was considered a “spontaneous demonstration”, thus no permit required (don’t try this Terry Jones). Perceived unpopular speech in Dearborn is still considered “incitement” by the Dearborn police even in the face of a recent 6th Circuit Court of Appeals decision.
Notice the response after the attack; the Dearborn police officer returned the assailant to the mob under the guidance of the Imam leading the procession. Also, the supervising Dearborn police Lieutenant immediately runs to the Imam after the Imam motions for his presence later in the march and speaks directly into the Lieutenants ear so others could not listen to what was spoken.
There are clear indications the Dearborn police department is highly influenced if not directed by what appears to be a religious authority figure (Imam).
The Iraqi Shia today feel to pass the blame of ISIS onto the US government and “Zionists”. Mosul and other cities in Iraq lost to ISIS is the direct result of the Shia government in Baghdad and their supporters worldwide refusing to fight and being cowards. Also, the Shia government in Iraq refuses to arm or allow other governments to arm the Kurdish, Assyrian or Yezidi peoples in order for these groups to defend their villages from ISIS.
What is happening today in the Islamic Middle East is a fight for what group represents “real” Islam. The short lived days of secular ran governments in the Middle East is gone. Americans along with Europe, including Russia will be forced to chose between the various factions.
Let’s show a few choices: ISIS, Hezbollah, Muslim Brotherhood, Al Qaeda, Al Nusrah, Hamas, Promised Day Brigade (Mahdi Army-Sadr), Islamic Jihad, Hezbollah in Iraq;….. I could go on but you see where this is going..
So when you subtract all the various Sunni and Shia jihadi groups; that leaves the Middle East with about how many reasonable Muslims to talk with?
As Osama Siblani of the Arab American News in Dearborn told the Chicago Tribune in 2006, The U.S. government would need a fleet of buses to take away all the Hezbollah supporters in Dearborn.