It is called “The Call’ and it’s scheduled for Nov. 11th at Ford Field, but at least one local radical Muslim leader is worried enough about it’s anti-Islamic messages to send out alerts for beefed-up security at to local mosques.
THE CALL On November 11-12, 2011, thousands from across America will gather to Detroit to fast, pray and cry out to God. We will gather to this city that has become a microcosm of our national crisis – economic collapse, racial tension, the rising tide of the Islamic movement, and the shedding of innocent blood of our children in the streets and of our unborn.
Hamas sympathizer, Dawud Walid of Muslim Brotherhood affiliate CAIR (Council on American-Islamic Relations), says the promoters of the event are sending out anti-Islamic messages, talking about driving stakes into the ground at local Mosques to send the demons away and Walid says that is disturbing and ridiculous. (The truth is never ridiculous but it is disturbing to non-Muslims)
One of the promoters can be heard on the internet saying some people are talking about making Michigan the first Islamic state and that Muslims are “in your face everywhere.” (True again!)
Walid is also concerned because some well known local pastors and bishops are planning to attend and he wonders out loud if they don’t know what’s behind the event. Bishop Edgar Vann from the Second Ebenezer Church says he believes this is a prayer event to uplift and strengthen Detroiters and if it is anything but that, he wouldn’t be part of it. Walid says he isn’t saying the event should be cancelled, he just hopes it is filled with the right kinds of prayers. (It will be, that’s why there will not be any Islamic prayers there)