Todays “Public Outreach” was very busy for the four of us. We educated over 1500 people on the truth of Islam. And most of these were people not really knowing too much about the ideology. All were very happy to get some factual information instead of the fake news MSM spews all the time. Thanks go out to the members of CJC for doing a great job today. We really didn’t even get much pushback. Perhaps the presence of security the entire time we were there discouraged the Mohammedans from yelling and shouting their favorite four letter words. This is just more evidence of how many people still need to be educated on the facts of Islam. So many just don’t know where all of the violence stems from.
We had a good “Public Outreach” Friday evening at an outdoor shopping mall. Several people from CJC showed up to pass out brochures educating the public on the facts of Islam. More importantly all of us had meaningful discussions with the passer-byes. This is just one way we educate people meeting them face to face and giving them some of our trifold brochures. Several thanked us for doing this as they liked out short, factual, easy to read brochures. Start one up in your community. You can download brochures here on our site. Just click on the brochure button.
By now I am sure many of you have heard what happened to a couple of us at this “workshop” on Islam. This is exactly what the left and Islamists do when they do not want to answer questions. As Pamela Geller put it: “This is sharia enforcement on campus. It is increasingly the case that not the slightest critical word about Islam can be spoken on America’s college and university campuses. Imagine what would happen if a speaker about Christianity had police remove critical questioners. There would be an international outcry. But this is increasingly the norm: do not question Islam. It is the one topic that is off-limits to all but the most whitewashed presentations”. We cannot allow this to continue. Please attend any presentations in your community on Islam and ask some good hard questions of the presenter.