The latest incident involves a woman hurling F-bombs at Muslim students praying in a public venue at Metropolitan State University of Denver, captured on video.
Designated terrorist group CAIR-Colorado is “demanding” disciplinary action against the woman involved in the Metro incident. She’s presumed to be a student; the confrontation took place in a campus computer lab.
Here’s the tweeted video, in which the woman can be heard saying “Fuck your religion” and “Fuck you and your family:” (All support for this woman. She’s got guts!)
So we’re praying Maghreb and this lady starts going off trying to say “DO THIS SOMEWHERE ELSE” and then starts bumping music. So we confront after and she begins with “F your religion..F you..I don’t care about your prayers” just belligerence. Omar comes to pray and she continues pic.twitter.com/5ln0nm7l2I
— يوسف (@BigDaddySif) December 3, 2019
In a second tweet, the video sender wrote: “We come to this lab every M/W night to pray and never had an issue with anybody at all. They’re very respectful, and we keep it as quiet as possible. But with her, she was immediately triggered by the sound of our Salat.” (Muslims forcing Americans to listen to their offensive Islamic praying makes us feel like its 9/11 all over again)
Metro’s response to the video also came via Twitter. The first part of its message reads: “MSU Denver was made aware early today of a verbal altercation between multiple students in a campus computer lab. MSU Denver takes its commitment to diversity very seriously and places a high value on cultivating and sustaining a respectful and inclusive campus community.” (Muslims praying out loud in public is disrespectful to ALL non-muslims)
Metro president Janine Davidson also sent an email to students on December 3, in which she reminds them that “the Center for Multicultural Excellence and Inclusion (JSSB 237) and the Center for Equity and Student Achievement (JSSB 238) are resources for support and community spaces available to students who would like to engage in further dialogue.”
CAIR-Colorado acting board chair Krista Cole offers this statement: “Our religious freedoms grant us the right to practice our faith publicly (NO, IT DOES NOT) and to be free of harassment or intimidation while doing so. (NO, IT DOES NOT. And you will be harassed whenever and wherever you pull this crap) We urge MSU Denver to continue investigating this incident and work to ensure all students are comfortable practicing their faith on campus.” (“On campus” means in your dorm room or in a chapel space, not anywhere you damn feel like raising your ass to Allah)
Gadeir Abbas, a CAIR attorney (photo below) said “anti-Muslim sentiment is surging in all parts of the country, and I think the Muslim community is collectively bracing itself for another election year, since it seems to go up every presidential cycle…. Schools, workplaces, stadiums, they’re all going to reflect these anti-Muslim sentiments, and I think a lot of times when one of these incidents happen, others can follow. (You better believe there will be more, a LOT more)