Heads up, freedom lovers. We are fighting for Freedom in Florida this weekend. Take action; your country needs you now. Be on the ground in Tampa or Fort Lauderdale or Pompano Beach or all three!
Join me in Florida starting Friday, June 10th through Sunday June 12th and next week in Texas.
June 10th, Tampa: Fight encroaching Islamic law -- Join Robert Spencer, Nonie Darwish, David Caton, Florida's conservative activist, and Larissa Scott, SIOA Florida, for our "Rally for Justice for Fatima Abdallah" at 2pm at Lykes Gaslight Park in front of Tampa Police Headquarters. The Rally will include a news conference. Speakers will call upon State Attorney Mark Ober, Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn and Tampa City Council Members to recognize the numerous anomalies in the Tampa Police Department report that ruled Fatima Abdallah's death a suicide, and to open a genuine investigation into the possibility that she was murdered in an Islamic honor killing (more here).
June 11th, Fort Lauderdale: Tea Party Event -- Danita Kilcullen, Fort Lauderdale Tea Party leader, invited me to speak to her Tea Party group of patriots Saturday at 3PM -5:30 at Nick's Italian Restaurant, 3496 N Ocean Blvd, Fort Lauderdale. Go! You mist RSVP TeaPartyFTL@Gmail.com. Food served between 3:00-4:00 $10.00 plus tax
June 12th, Pompano Beach: Support Our Troops! Florida for Troops invited me to speak and screen the AFDI/SIOA film, Ground Zero Mosque, Second wave of the 911 Attacks at 3 pm at the Worldwide Christian Center Church, 450 North Powerline Road, Pompano Beach to BENEFIT CRCC (CONCUSSION RESTORATION CARE CENTER) AT CAMP LEATHERNECK, AFGHANISTAN. Support the troops -- come! Get ticket info here. 100% of all proceeds and donations going to the CRCC.
June 14th SIOA, Alaska -- Stop the Islamization of America, Alaska division, will be screening our film, The Ground Zero Mosque, Second Wave of the 911 Attacks, on Flag Day (my birthday -- oorah) at 5:30 pm to 8:30pm at the Palmer Experimental Farm on Trunk Road, Palmer, with a question and answer session following the movie.
June 16th, Houston, Texas: Join us as a coalition of liberty minded Texans host Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer, author and director of famed website www.jihadwatch.org, who will premier their latest movie, The Ground Zero Mosque: Second Wave Of The 911 Attacks. Pamela & Robert will host a Q&A session after the screening, and copies of the movie will be available for sale after the screening, Admission is $20. Reservations are required (click here). Thanks to Hindu Congress, Spirit of Freedom Republican Women's PAC, Fort Bend Tea Party, Crispus Attucks Tea Party, Sugar Land Tea Party, Texas Constituents' Tea Party, We The People Are The 9-12 Association, Inc. North Houston and Galveston County ACT! Chapters.
July 2nd, Strasbourg France: First Annual SIOA/SIOE International Summit: Place de la République at 1 p.m. FEC 17 rue Saint Etienne at 3 p.m Saturday, July 2, from 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm.
SIOA/SIOE Demonstration: "Stop Mosque and Minaret building in Europe."
SIOA/SIOE First Transatlantic Conference at FEC 17 rue Saint Etienne at 3 p.m "Stop the Islamization of the West"
The world's leading human rights organizations, defending free societies and free people from Sharia and Islamization, will hold their first-ever international summit in Strasbourg, France on July 2. Stop Islamization of America (SIOA) and Stop Islamisation of Europe (SIOE) will come together to demonstrate against the construction of mega-mosques and minarets in the European Union. The demonstration will be followed by a conference featuring some of the world's leading spokesmen for the freedom of speech, the freedom of conscience, and the equality of rights of all people before the law -- all principles denied by Islamic law (Sharia).
This unprecedented international summit heralds a new era of cooperation between European and American counter-jihadists in their common struggle for human rights and human dignity.
The demonstration and conference will feature the first European appearance of the SIOA leadership team of renowned human rights activist Pamela Geller and bestselling author Robert Spencer.