A group of Islam proselytizing billboards, using blatant lies by a supremacist Muslim group called ‘Ask a Muslim,’ not only are visually polluting Central Ohio, they have so offended one local minister that he says he’s taking his protest to the streets this weekend.
Whatever happened to ‘Truth in Advertising’ laws?
ABC Dave Daubenmire, of Pass the Salt Ministries, says he plans to organize a rally. Daubenmire says he and others in his ministry were shocked to see billboards bearing “Jesus Is Muslim” and “Mohammed is in the Bible” messages.
Kenneth Tour, who practices the Islamic faith, says the signs are paid for by “Ask A Muslim.com” and are meant to strike up a conversation about religion and faith. Tour says he became a Muslim about five years ago. He says he believes the billboards are a good way to spark interest in his religion.
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