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"There are four Muslim families in San Angelo. . .and that's four too many," Tea Party member Terry Campbell declared. . .The group had gathered to hear Dorrie O'Brien, co-director of ACT! for America in Texas. . .What exactly constitutes radical Islam versus regular Islam, however was not mentioned in the presentation, nor was the speaker able to expound upon the idea. When asked by a member of the audience whether or not there is "such a thing as a 'moderate' Muslim," O'Brien hesitantly replied: "I don't know how to answer that question any more than anyone else does," she said. "because you don't know. Islam itself, as far as I'm concerned, is a poisoned well."
- CAIR: Fire Starts in Building Housing Minnesota Islamic Center
Ibrahim Hooper, a spokesman for the Council on American-Islamic Relations, said the organization would monitor the investigation into the start of the blaze but had no evidence that anything was suspicious. Hooper said there is cause for concern any time a mosque is involved in a blaze or targeted for vandalism or graffiti, particularly so close to the anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. Earlier this year, the organization, which focuses on civil rights issues in the Islamic community, sent out information to mosques, suggesting ways to beef up security, including installing security cameras.
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- Anti-Islam Hate Group Leader Gives Key 9/11 Speech in Florida
The leader of an organization labeled a "hate group" by the United States created controversy when he used his keynote speech at Venice's 9/11 memorial ceremony to make anti-Islam comments, then ended his talk by saying he would be selling his book in Patriots Park after the event ended. Tom Trento, a television talk-show host and the executive director of The United West organization, got cheers and rounds of applause Wednesday when he made his remarks against Islam, and when he criticized President Barack Obama. . . He focused his comments on Islam, saying it's not a religion but is actually a government entity with a "religious veneer." He said Islam's goal is to attack and kill all those who aren't Islamic.
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