February 20, 2010

Anti-Sharia Event at CPAC

Papa Whiskey was at the CPAC event organized by Robert Spencer and Pamela Geller featuring a number of speakers who took on Islam's darker side. Especially moving, I thought, was this:

Simon Deng, African-born and now an American, appeared, he said, as "a voice for those who have no voice," remaining as they do under Islam's yoke in his native Sudan. He told of being captured by Arab bands as a child and enslaved for three years. But today, he declared, I stand before you as a free man in a free nation. He warned Americans against complacency in the face of the international jihad.
Read the rest.

The News Reel blog also has extensive coverage.

By Rusty Shackleford, Ph.D. at 09:52 AM | |