The Muslim Consultative Network had a table for people to draw a subway sign and held up a sign: "Don't Hate, Educate" in response to our anti-jihad subway campaing. Shouldn't these moderate Muslims be standing with me in opposing jihadi attacks? Aren't these the peaceful Muslims who should be vocally denouncing the jihadists who give Islam a bad name? Most Muslims skipped the parade and showed up for the mass prayer in the street -- 23rd street Wudu station. Prayers on the street and a ho hum parade, screaming takbir for blocks.
Photo: Urban Infidel
The black flag of Islamic jihad waving before a presentation by young school girls (Urban Infidel)
While Urban Infidel was uploading videos and photos I'm flipping through the official magazine of the 2012 Muslim Day Parade when I see the above photo illustration of the black flag of totalitarian Islam flying above the White House accompanying an article about the struggle for the Ummah in North America.
Muslim Day Parade-NYC-2012 (Much thanks to Pamela Hall for the excellent coverage)
The Annual Muslim Day Parade. September 23, 2012. NYC.The Theme this year, "Islam Advocates Peace and Justice for All"They say."Since 1983, The Muslim American Day Parade has brought together Muslim-Americans from the five boroughs and beyond, celebrating the rich, cultural traditions of a faith that has provided hope, support, and comfort to generations of New Yorkers."The Grand Marshall this year was Councilman Robert Jackson, a "revert" to Islam. At a previous Muslim Day Parade, Councilman Jackson proudly declared that Harlem is the "NEW Mecca" (what a guy)