Muslims Have Terrifying Response Over Second ‘Draw Muhammad’ Event

Muslims Have Terrifying Response Over Second ‘Draw Muhammad’ Event

Earlier this week, it was announced that a second “Draw Muhammad” event would be held at a Phoenix-area mosque, and it didn’t sit too well with Muslims. Well, radicals have since caught wind of it, and not only are they making threats that should have people worried, they may have taken things a step too far with what they did to the event’s organizer.

As Mad World News previously reported, Jon Ritzheimer decided to hold an event similar to the one held in Garland, Texas, which resulted in two terrorists being shot and killed, in an effort to draw attention to the violent nature of Islam. The “Freedom of Speech Rally Round II” is a “PEACEFUL protest in front of the Islamic Community Center in Phoenix,” set to be held tonight at 6:15 p.m., which is the same time Muslims will convene at the mosque for prayer.

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“This is in response to the recent attack in Texas where 2 armed terrorist, with ties to ISIS, attempted Jihad,” a Facebook page created for the protest stated. “Everyone is encouraged to bring American Flags and any message that you would like to send to the known acquaintances of the 2 gunmen.”

As you can imagine, when radical Islamists found out about the rally, they weren’t too happy. At first, they proved Ritzheimer right by issuing death threats and saying that an attack at the event is likely, then they took things a step further and posted his address online for the world to see, according to the Gateway Pundit. More



Muslims Have Terrifying Response Over Second ‘Draw Muhammad’ Event


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