A decision by federal judges at the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals earlier this month to order the removal of a memorial cross in Maryland has caused numerous religious and veteran advocates to cry foul.
The reference is to the award-winning author, Atwood, who in 1985 published a dystopian novel, The Handmaid's Tale, that took place in the near future of that time.
The story also ran as a drama on Hulu, premiering in April, just three months after Trump assumed office.
Security cam footage shows a member of MOA, Rajul Smith, allegedly stealing money out of a funeral car during the burial of Atiq Shahid, who was one of the founding members of the group. The video was captured sometime in late December, 2017.
The past half-year has been turning sour for a U.S.-based jihadist cult with a terrorist history that claims to be establishing “peaceful” Islamic villages across America. The group is being affected by multiple arrests of its members while it prepares for the impending death of its leader in Pakistan.
The Christian Action Network (CAN) has sent a letter to U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions asking that a fraud investigation be open into the public funding of an Islamic indoctrination program for school children, called “Access Islam.”
A briefing hosted by the Christian Action Network (CAN) on October 11, 2017 called, “Islam in the Schools: A National Awakening,” was delivered before a packed and enthusiastic audience at the Hampton Inn & Suites near Dulles Airport.
Participants not only watched CAN’s new documentary film called, “Islam in the Schools,” but were given sample Islamic worksheets that students are required to complete in various schools across the nation.
On October 11, 2017 Christian Action Network will hold a conference at the Hampton Inn & Suites in Sterling, VA beginning at 7:00 p.m. that will expose Islamic indoctrination programs occurring inside public schools.
The event will be Live Streamed on its website, ChristianAction.org.
UPDATE: In a likely response to the complaints found in my blog (as well as receiving a letter from our attorney), Color of Change has modified its website. We'll claim this as a very small victory with lots of work left to be done to remove other defamatory and libelous statements. Christian Action Network will continue to pursue available actions against Color of Change. Click headline to see entire story.
Today marks a turning point in America's history where exercising Christian religious thought becomes hate speech. QuickBooks revoked services to Christian Action Network for allegedly being a "hate group."
Dear Mr. Kayes:
This letter is in response to your news organization’s WSET.com web article dated August 16, 2017, titled “Report: 917 hate groups in U.S., 42 in Virginia, 5 in our area.”
This article is not only contemptible to our organization and our 250,000 members, but possibly libelous to Christian Action Network.
There have been a number of false and misleading reports over the past couple weeks regarding an Islamic terrorist organization, called “Muslims of America,” (MOA) that is headquartered in Hancock, NY.
Misinformed bloggers have been releasing fake news reports about a 70-acre compound, known as Islamberg, claiming that it has been raided by police with the discovery of illegal weapons.
A long-time associate of a U.S.-based Islamist terrorist organization, called Muslims of America (MOA), has been arrested in Johnson City, N.Y. and authorities discovered that he had a large cache of weapons inside a storage locker. A source inside MOA says they were headed to the group’s “Islamberg” headquarters.
Christian Action Network (CAN) has sent a “Letter of Demand” to the U.S. Department of Education (DOE) mandating that it cease its Islamic education program for the nation’s public schools. The DOE Islamic education program is currently being presented to the nation’s schools and teachers through the PBS LearningMedia website.
Multiple confidential sources inside of a powerful jihadist group within the United States have informed the Christian Action Network and the Clarion Project that members have been told to arm themselves in anticipation of raids by the Trump Administration.