You may perhaps have noticed the tendency of the religion of peace to become decidedly un-peaceful whenever it’s offended. This activist found it out the hard way, as a Muslim crowd nearly trampled him for ripping a page out of the Quran.
This video is undated and lacks a location; it was posted to YouTube this past Thursday. One comment mentioned that it occurred at Wright State University in Ohio, and the shoulder patches on the police officers’ uniforms in the video appear to match those shown on the Wright State University Police Department Website.
An anti-Islam activist was at the center stage, holding up a Quran. Meanwhile, below, a group which included many who appeared to be Muslim by their reactions, chants “God is love!”
The activist was trying to make a statement about Islam, but the crowd kept drowning him out. You can catch bits, such as the young man in the green shirt yelling, “Muhammad was sinful! Muhammad was sinful!”
“This right here is evil!” the student said, holding up the Quran. As he begins to rip out a page, one of the Muslims could be heard saying, “Don’t you dare!”
Once he rips out the page and throws it into the crowd, the religion of peace commenced its familiar ritual of violent intimidation. The demonstrator in the green shirt was pushed back into the police line as a number of Muslims violently went after him.
As one of the Muslims was taken down by police, the person in the green shirt continues ripping up the Muslim holy book, shouting, “Islam is evil! The Quran is evil!”
Warning: some strong language, probably not safe for work:
Was the demonstration provocative? Yes, and many demonstrations are. That doesn’t give anybody the right to intimidate via violence.
This young man is lucky. He only got assaulted. Others — like those who worked for Charlie Hebdo — weren’t so lucky — and they didn’t even rip a single thing up.
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