Man Storms Public Meeting About Mosques – ‘Every One Of You Are Terrorists’


November 20, 2015 9:05am PST

When this man found out a group of Muslims were meeting to discuss building a Mosque in his Virginia town, he knew he had to take action.

Video footage shows the unnamed man barge into the meeting and point his finger at Shamer Shalaby, trustee of the Islamic Center in Fredericksburg, who was addressing the crowd there.

“You are terrorists. Every one of you are terrorists,” the patriot said, according to Daily Mail. “I don’t care what you say, and I don’t care what you think. You can smile at me, you can say whatever you want, but every Muslim is a terrorist. Period.”

Shalaby tried to reason with the conservative, but that only made him more mad.

“Shut your mouth, I don’t want to hear your mouth,” he continued. “Everything that I can do, everything that I will do to keep you from doing what you are doing will happen, that will happen.”

This incident occurred in Spotsylvania, Virginia, where the Islamic Center in Fredericksburg were meeting to discuss building a new mosque in the area because they had outgrown their current home.

Liberals are slamming the unnamed conservative for racism, and the ICF has released the following statement:

After the Friday terror attacks in Lebanon and Paris, the timing could not have been worse. As has been documented, the meeting degenerated into a terrible incident involving personal threats, racism and anti-Muslim rhetoric.

‘The ICOF has peacefully existed in Fredericksburg for 27 years. We have been at our current location on Harrison Road for the last 15 years, but we have badly outgrown the facility, and the site is not big enough to allow expansion.

“Please know that as engaged local residents, we Muslims support the Fredericksburg Regional Food Bank and the Thurman Brisben Center. We are business owners, taxpayers, neighbors, parents and students. We participate in civic and inter-faith events.

Let us be clear: We, the Board and the Members of the Islamic Center of Fredericksburg, condemn and deplore the violent actions across the globe that have inspired such local hatred. We understand the fear, because extremists do not discriminate: many of their victims have been Muslims, whether in the Middle East, Africa, New York, Beirut or Paris. These extremists do not represent, nor even respect, our faith.”

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