Corrections worker Denise A. Slader was caught on camera spewing an anti-Muslim rant and throwing coffee at an Islamic worshipper, as Miss Puerto Rico Destiny Vélez tweeted against filmmaker Michael Moore’s “WE ARE ALL MUSLIM” hashtag, and ex-Congressman Joe Walsh railed against Muslims on his radio show. To add to the hullabaloo, Rapper Rick Ross put out a song inciting Donald Trump’s assassination, and Nation of Islam Leader Louis Farrakhan threatened to kill all infidels.
According to Sacramento Bee, a cellphone video captured 50-year-old Denise A. Slader’s anti-Muslim rant while she threw coffee in the face of Rasheed Albeshari coming out of prayers with some friends at the Chabot Regional Park in Castro Valley, California. Albeshari, who caught the December 6 incident on his cellphone camera, filed two misdemeanor charges against her — battery on park property, and violation of civil rights in the form of a hate crime.
The 10-year program technician in the adult parole operations division for the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation was silenced for her anti-Muslim rant with a scheduled January 7 hearing at Alameda County Superior Court in Hayward. Albeshari gave this triumphant statement to reporters.
“I, indeed, feel relieved that the justice system, and my government alongside my fellow American citizens, are standing for justice.”
The decision to charge Slader for her anti-Muslim rant was supported by the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), listed as a terrorist organization by the United Arab Emirates. CAIR spokesman Brice Hamack commended law enforcement’s swift action.
Islamic reformer Tawfik Hamid, in a Wall Street Journal article, called CAIR “perhaps the most conspicuous organization to persistently accuse opponents of Islamophobia.” Referring back to a “flying Imams incident” lawsuit, he showed how CAIR counters anything it perceives anti-Muslim with the charge of “Islamophobia” as a tool to intimidate and blackmail those who rant of “current Islamic practices and preachings.”
Nuclear cardiologist Zuhdi Jasser, founder and president of the American Islamic Forum for Democracy (A.I.F.D.), cites CAIR’s agenda as focused on “victimology.” In a similar vein, Dr. Jasser called out President Barack Obama for telling the world what is and is not Islamic, in reference to Obama’s claim that “ISIS is not Islamic.” In a YouTube video, Jasser describes the anti-human bloodlust of ISIS (Islamic State) as traditional Muslim behavior, and accuses Obama’s rant of deflecting Jasser’s efforts to reform Islam from within.
According to Cosmopolitan, Miss Puerto Rico Destiny Vélez has been suspended indefinitely from her pageant duties following her anti-Muslim response to Michael Moore’s online effort to rally support for his “WE ARE ALL MUSLIM” rant on Twitter December 18, 2015. She shot back the following tweet.
“All what Muslims have done is provided oil and terrorize this country & many others! All they do is build their mosques, feel offended by American values and terrorize innocent Americans and plant gas stations.”
Joe Walsh, former Illinois congressman-turned-talk show host in Chicago, resorted to an anti-Muslim rant. He also challenged Attorney General Loretta Lynch on YouTube to carry through with her threat to arrest those who use “violent talk” on Muslims.
“I think Islam has a real freaking problem, alright? There is a cancer in Islam, and if they’re not going to learn to assimilate, I don’t want them in this country. You got a problem, Loretta Lynch, with me saying that? Then throw me in jail. I think Islam is evil. I think Islam has a huge problem. I think most Muslims around the world are not compatible with American values. I don’t want them here.”
On December 9, Black Lives Matter advocate and anti-establishment rapper Rick Ross called for the murder of Muslim-banning Donald Trump on the new song “Free Enterprise,” from the album Black Market. The song contains the Rick Ross rant of his intent to assassinate Donald Trump like George Zimmerman killed Trayvon Martin. The resulting debate is whether Rick Ross is guilty of a hate crime or inciting murder, or both.
Anti-Jew black Muslim Louis Farrakhan did his rant on TV One’s NewsOne about the October 10 Justice or Else rally in Washington, D.C., plugging the Black Lives Matter movement and his black supremacy theory. He explained the “or else” part of the rally cry in his May 7 YouTube video.
“But don’t make the mistake of coming against us physically. We will kill you all … The Koran says slay them.”
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