Muslims in Dearborn, Michigan, complain that egg hunt is ‘offensive to Muslims’

Changing America to suit them. When will YOU have enough??? In all fairness, I also found this story about them resolving the issue. Which was smart. But let’s face it, every day America is asked to change it’s culture so as not to “offend” muslims!!! Here is the link :

AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL: Muslims, Presbyterians amicably resolve Easter egg hunt crisis

The Muslim Issue

Discrimination against other people is illegal in the U.S. but Muslims feel they have a “right” to discriminate against anyone who is a kafir in their eyes. In his suit and tie Majed Moughni clearly reveals his extremist leaning. Why would any normal person be upset about something as innocent as Easter Egg hunting? Only a Muslim would find it offensive and be that intolerant, bigoted and racist to another group of people. Why doesn’t the government get a clue and deport these people from the country, whether they are born there or not?

Dearborn, Michigan is where the (cancelled) TLC TV-series ‘All American Muslims’ originates from. The show was basically a (Qatari?) paid advertisement to try and falsely paint Islam as ‘any other religion’. Islam has nothing in common with any other religion. In fact, when the producers for ‘All American Muslim’ went to try and find appropriate candidates…

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Texas governor: Response to prayer after accident made him stronger

Greg Abbot is a good guy in my book

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Texas Gov. Greg Abbott leaves the podium after speaking at the 11th annual National Catholic Prayer Breakfast May 7 in Washington. (CNS/Tyler Orsburn) Texas Gov. Greg Abbott leaves the podium after speaking at the 11th annual National Catholic Prayer Breakfast May 7 in Washington. (CNS/Tyler Orsburn)

By Mark Pattison Catholic News Service

WASHINGTON (CNS) — Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has not always lived life in a wheelchair. He was on his morning jog 31 years ago when a falling tree broke his spinal cord, leaving him partially paralyzed.

Abbott, a Catholic, noted at the National Catholic Prayer Breakfast, held May 7 in Washington, there are times when “our prayers are answered differently than the way we expect.”

He said he can recall, “I spent months praying and hoping for the best possible outcome” after the accident. God, instead, “responded by giving me challenges that made me even stronger.”

Abbott told the audience at a Washington hotel ballroom, “In hindsight, I am tremendously thankful that God did not grant me my wish,” adding, “If…

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