Bring Your Guns To Prophet Mohammad Contest

Calls to exercise your second amendment rights in Phoenix

Pheonix: John Ritzheimer has made a bold move by setting up another Draw Mohammed contest less than a month since Texas sparked violence, an anti-Islam rally in Phoenix is to feature a similar contest.

The contest to draw a cartoon figure inspired by the Muslim prophet Mohammed is scheduled to take place outside an Islamic Community Center in north Phoenix.

“We’re just out utilising our First Amendment,” said the contest’s organiser, Jon Ritzheimer.

Ritzheimer said he does not support Islam spreading so widely across the US. This is what sparked his move to set another event, but he also asked that people who are comong to the event, should exercise their second amendment rights and come armed in order to protect themeselves from any attempt from muslim extremeists.

One has to ask, if this is a legitimate event or is it based on racial tendancies. No matter what anyone thinks. The issues at the root of the problem are of course the threats to american citizans from extremeist grups.

He has previously organised several anti-Islam rallies, reported ABC News.

Ritzheimer has also said he takes no responsibility over any act of violence that might occur on the day and warns people to prepare for a “much-anticipated attack”.

A message on the Facebook page for the event titled the ‘Freedom of Speech Rally’ read: “This will be a PEACEFUL protest in front of the Islamic Community Center in Phoenix AZ. This is in response to the recent attack in Texas where 2 armed terrorist, with ties to ISIS, attempted Jihad.

“This Islamic Community Center is a known place that the 2 terrorist frequented. People are also encouraged to utilize there second amendment right at this event just in case our first amendment comes under the much anticipated attack.”

‘Right to be a racist’

Meanwhile, the president of the Islamic Community Centre of Phoenix said: “Everybody has a right to be a bigot. Everybody has a right to be a racist. Everybody has a right to be an idiot.

“It will be the same as every Friday evening and we’re going to tell our members what we’ve told them before: not to engage them.

“They’re not looking for an intellectual conversation. They’re looking to stir up controversy and we’re not going to be a part of it.”

Some 319 guests have so far confirmed attendance on the event’s Facebook page.

We at GCMA would like to know what our readers think. Is this ligitimate or is this base bigotry. Nevertheless, we do believe in our second amednment rights and given the threats by isis, we should be armed.

via: US: Draw Mohammad cartoon contest, anti-Islam rally outside Muslim centre in Phoenix Arizona

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