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Back on June 18th I reported on a notorious (but popular) imam in Dearborn calling for sharia restrictions on the first amendment in the wake of a quran burnings in front of his mosque. I wrote:

As for the two qurans that were allegedly burned outside a mosque, color me skeptical. We have seen so many of these incidents actually committed by Muslims in order to advance their narrative of being victims of hatred, and in order to impose or secure some concession or accommodation to Islam. I find the timing a bit too coincidental.

And I was right. The quran burnings were done by Muslims.

Free speech is a critical issue for Islamic supremacists in this country. It must be destroyed in order to adhere to the sharia. Muslim leaders hammer and chip, chip and hammer and keep on attacking the First Amendment, under the guise of “respect” and “religious tolerance” (of which there is none under Islamic law). No system of governance is more intolerant than that of the “blasphemy” laws under the sharia.

As for Muslim burning qurans, Hamas-CAIR was unavailable for comment.

As for the imam who called for the destruction of the first amendment,
longtime Atlas readers are familiar with this hater.  Watch this video: Sheikh Husham Al-Husainy admits he will fight with Iran to destroy Israel.  And yet he is respected by political quislings.

Why isn’t this Muslim being charged with a hate crime? A non-Muslim would have been charged with that bogus sharia charge.

Despite the Muslim’s confession to the quran burning, Imam Al-Husainy said, “No Muslim would ever do something like this.” This after he blamed everybody but … the guilty party.

Lol. It is always Muslims committing acts like this to give some validation to their fictitious victimhood narrative.

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DEARBORN — On Wednesday June 25, police arrested an Iraqi American who was trying to burn the Qur’an in front of the Karbalaa Islamic Educational Center on Warren Avenue.
Ali Hassan Al-Assadi.

Ali Hassan Al-Assadi, 50, of Detroit, also admitted to burning three Qur’ans at the Karbalaa Center on June 10, according to Lt. Doug Topolski of the Dearborn Police Department.

The first Qur’an burning incident coincided with the visit of an anti-Muslim pastor from Florida and made national headlines.

Al-Assadi was charged with littering and “unlawful escape of soot.” Releasing soot, an ash-like substance produced by the incomplete burning of organic items, breaches Dearborn’s fire code. He posted bonds of $300 and $200, respectively, for the two violations.

Al-Assadi told police that he sought help from local mosques to solve a legal matter, but when he was turned down, he became angry at the faith and decided to burn Qur’ans in retribution.

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On June 25, around noon, Al-Assadi was standing on the sidewalk in front of Karbalaa Center, holding a wooden club. A Qur’an was burning on the ground next to him. According to the police report, he threatened to strike a witness with the club if he came closer. Meanwhile, another witness took the club away from him and put the fire out.

Imam Husham Al-Husainy, the spiritual leader of the Karbalaa Center, said he does not know Al-Assadi. “He never asked for my help. I have never met him,” he said.

Al-Husainy added that he does not think Al-Assadi is acting on his own.

Read more at PamelaGeller.com