Proud to be an American. Thank you Texas for showing some pride! YEE HAW! Texas leads the nation in anti-Muslim hostility

While most of America remains in a left wing media-influenced, ignorant/complacent stupor that makes them ignore the threat that Muslims pose to America, Texans, increasingly, have been lashing out.

Houston Press This week, anti-Muslim protesters hoisting American flags took to the sidewalks outside of Houston’s new Arabic Immersion Magnet School. To the protesters outside, however, somehow this equated to teaching a religion (Islam, of course), supporting jihadist terrorism, and denouncing American patriotism and culture.
“Everything I ever cared to know about Islam was taught to me by Muslims on 9-11-2001,” one sign read.
“QATAR OUT OF OUR Schools,” read another.
“It would be laughable if it wasn’t so tragic,” Mustafaa Carroll, executive director of the Houston chapter of the Council of American-Islamic Relations, told the Houston Press this week. “The school is just trying to teach the students Arabic—it’s just learning a language. And I don’t know why someone would protest that. It really doesn’t make any sense whatsoever to me,” says the man who thinks Muslims in America are above the law.

“Any time there’s an Arab anything or a Muslim anything, these folks come out of the woodwork,” Carroll said.
SIX other incidents in Texas that had designated terrorist group CAIR whining to the media and playing their overused ‘victim’ card.
Third grade teacher spews anti-Islam sentiment on cable show:
Houston-area third-grade teacher, Angela Box, found it appropriate to go live on a local right-wing cable-access show, Tommy’s Garage, and say that “every normal human being in the world thinks that goat-fcking Muslims and boy-fcking Muslims are the evil of the world.” Although that was the episode that CAIR used to get her fired, the behavior was unsurprising coming from Box, a weekly regular on the show who frequently spewed anti-Muslim speech.

Conference aiming to dispel Islamophobia draws …well, Islamophobia:
Although the theme of the January Muslim conference at the Curtis Caldwell Center in Garland allegedly was “Stand With the Prophet Against Terror And Hate,” the attitude outside on the streets was, well, pretty terrorizing and hateful. Hundreds of protesters gathered holding signs like, “Sharia Free Zone” and “You are NOT American. Don’t fly our flags!”

Free Beacon The Saturday event, which seeks to combat “Islamophobes in America” who have turned the Islamic Prophet Muhammad “into an object of hate,” according to organizers, comes just a week after radicalized Islamists in France killed 17 people. The victims died in events that began with the shooting attack on French newspaper Charlie Hebdo for its satirical cartoons that skewered the prophet.

Keynote speaker at the forum was controversial New York-based Imam Siraj Wahhaj, who was an “unindicted co-conspirator” in the 1993 World Trade Center bombings trial. Wahhaj has called the FBI and CIA the “real terrorists” and expressed a desire for all Americans to become Muslim, according to the New York Post.

HOUSTON: Designated Terrorist Group CAIR demands the firing of a teacher who presented the truth about Islam to the class.
In March, an teacher at Foster High School in Richmond gave a pretty nasty social studies lesson about Islam. He handed out an eight-page document, which he appeared to author, called “Islam/Radical Islam (Did You Know).” Virtually nothing was cited, or accurate. (See below) And it ultimately led one Muslim student in the room to complain to her parents, who alerted the Council on American-Islamic Relations.

CAIR provided some of the lesson’s grossest examples to the Houston Press, including “Islam is more of an ideology than a religion. It is also an ideology of war,” and, “You will either give into their demands recognizing Islam’s ‘noble’ rule, you will become a Muslim yourself, or you will die.”


There was even a section about what to do if taken hostage by “radical Islamists.” Although CAIR brought this to the school administration’s attention, it’s not clear how the school disciplined the unidentified teacher.

The school told KHOU it was “disappointed”—that the teacher made changes to a lesson plan.

Protests against Muslim Capital Day
Rep. Molly White (R-Belton) was out of the office on Texas Muslim Capitol Day on January 29. But she graciously left specific instructions to staffers in case any Muslims entered her office. warm invitation.

Mustafa Carroll, who has said “Practicing Muslims in America are above the law of the land” said, “These same kinds of folks came out to protest us taking kids to the capitol to learn how to be good citizens. This was the most American thing you can do. But somehow, it’s seen as a nefarious act when Muslims do it.”

Farmersville residents lash out against Islamic Cemetery
After an Islamic group purchased some land in July to build a cemetery in Farmersville, north of Dallas, the locals perceived it as Muslims coming in to overtake the future of the town. One resident, Medford Sumrow, told NPR, “We don’t need that crap up here. What the hell they want to come up here and jack with Farmersville for?”
Khalil Abdur-Rashid said, “We saw this land and saw this property and we thought it would be a beautiful place to preserve the memory of folks that we thought were beautiful.” An offensive idea to many Texans, apparently.

Houston Islamic Center burns down, receives outpouring of hate from the public

Even though the homeless man accused of setting fire to Houston’s Quba Islamic Institute in February said it was an accident, that didn’t stop the Internet from reacting hatefully—toward the members of the mosque, that is. One Facebook user wrote, “I don’t know why, but I suddenly feel like throwing severed pig-heads at every Muslim on my path.”
And another, a truck driver from Georgia, said that he “hopes a mosque burns for every American killed by these terrorists.”

At the time of the fire, Assistant Imam Ahsan Zahid told the Houston Press, “It definitely makes you think and wonder why people think that way. It’s a very simple thing. You have to understand that we are here to promote love, that’s all.”