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Dearborn Christians seek court protection from cops enforcing Sharia

Group pre-emptively asks court to ensure cops protect freedom of speech, not sharia at Dearborn Arab Festival

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February 22, 2013 by creeping
Creeping Sharia

So this is what it’s come to in areas of the United States where Muslims are a majority?

via Home | AFLC Asks Federal Court to Enjoin Wayne County Sheriff from Restricting Christians’ Right to Freedom of Speech at 2013 Arab Festival in Dearborn, Michigan | AFLC – American Freedom Law Center.

On February 19, the American Freedom Law Center (AFLC) filed a motion for a preliminary injunction in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan, requesting that the court issue an order preventing the Wayne County Sheriff and his deputies from restricting a group of Christian evangelists from displaying banners and signs with Christian messages on the public sidewalks during the 2013 Arab Festival to be held in Dearborn, Michigan.

The motion is part of a federal civil rights lawsuit that AFLC filed against Wayne County, the Wayne County Sheriff, and two Wayne County Deputy Chiefs on behalf of Bible Believers, a Christian organization; Ruben Israel, the leader of Bible Believers; and two other members of the organization.  Bible Believers and its members engage in street preaching and other First Amendment activities, including displaying signs and banners with Christian messages, throughout the United States.

 

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Group pre-emptively asks court to ensure cops protect freedom of speech, not sharia at Dearborn Arab Festival

 

 

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