Will there be a “Million Muslim March” on the anniversary of 9/11? Possibly, unless the following demands are met, as presented by a 9/11 “Truther” group named the American Muslim Political Action Committee (AMPAC):
* Laws enacted protecting our 1st amendment (protect their civil rights)
* President Obama to fulfill his promise from his first campaign for Presidency of a transparent government.
* Release of the 9/11 Commission report to the American people.
According to the AMPAC website, they suggest Muslims are “traumatized victims” by continually being made “villains” since 9/11 by American citizens, the media and our government. The group also insists that our government “allows attacks” on Muslims and does nothing to protect their freedoms.
If this march is to bring a more “positive light” to the Muslim community, you would think they’d have the sense to realize that the anniversary of both 9/11/01 and 9/11/12 isn’t the best time to do so.
Protest organizer, MD Rabbi Alam (who is also running for Senate in Missouri), has made comments on Facebook discussing conspiracy theories about 9/11 being an “inside job”. In addition to blaming the U.S. government for the 9/11 attacks (as all 9/11 Truthers tend to do), AMPAC also blames the mistrust of Muslims on Fox News.
“Don’t worry about the Muslims and Islam,” Alam says, “worry about yourself and see where you fall and see how we can be prosperous for this world, the Human Race is under attack by Satan and we all need to be united and fight that Satan together as a Humanity.”