Don’t let anyone tell you that Muslim “no-go zones” are a figment of your imagination, because they’re quite real and they’re happening all over the world and have even been spotted right here in the United States of America.
Recently, a group of Christians filed a First Amendment complaint with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit over an incident that took place at the annual Arab International Festival in our very own domestic Muslim stronghold of Dearborn, Mich.
Ruben Israel, the leader of a group of Christian protesters who were exercising their right to Freedom of Assembly during the Muslim festival were stoned and attacked as they approached the large gathering of Muslims.
The group were merely holding signs and protesting peacefully and the attacks were unprovoked.
Let me repeat: Christians were allegedly stoned and forced into retreat by an angry mob of Arabs in Dearborn, Michigan.
Whether you find the protesters themselves distasteful, it would be alarming indeed to think this reaction was warranted.
We can only hope that no one was hurt, and that the people allegedly throwing the items will be brought to justice. However, given the inability of the cameramen to capture the faces of their assailants, we have our doubts.