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Posted on 01/14/2004 3:46:50 PM PST by jankp
American Middle East Christian-Jewish Association P.O. Box 8152, Hemet, CA 92545 Tel: 909-766-8820 Fax: 909-766-8827
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
January 19, 2004
For more information contact Steve Klein
AMECA TAKES ISSUE WITH CAIR, Council on American-Islamic Relations & ISLAMIC SLAVERY.
We strongly protest the ongoing lawsuit of CAIR against Congressman Cass Ballenger, R-NC, and the intimidation of Paul Harvey and Dr. Laura Schlessinger and the Sudanese Governments insistence of enslaving Christians and Animists in Sudan.
American Middle East Christian-Jewish Association (AMECA) has learned of these ongoing tactics by CAIR frightening American Citizens from enjoying their cherished First Amendment.
It has been determined that criticizing or suing our Judeo-Christian leaders is fair game for CAIR but turn about is not. While CAIR can criticize well-known Americans, those who criticize CAIR had better not even utter a word against CAIR or Islam that they dont like or the lawsuits and demands of sponsors to cut shows will be served.
AMECA will conduct a peaceful educational seminar in accordance with our First Amendment rights on the public sidewalk in front of the Anaheim CAIR office at 2180 West Crescent Avenue, Suite F, Anaheim, CA 92801, on January 19, 2004 from 10:30 AM - NOON.
As it is Martin Luther King, Jr. day, we will also have a number of Sudanese who fled Islamic dominated Sudan to prevent becoming slaves of these Islamists. We will have a number of experts in Islam to share quotes from the Koran in both Arabic and English. We will provide an American civics lesson for both CAIR and those who wish to see our FIRST AMENDMENT exercised peacefully and profoundly: A RIGHT FOUND IN NO ISLAMIC CONTROLLED NATION ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD.
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