If there’s one thing that Muslims are good at, it’s being professional victims. We constantly see these morons at the helm creating fake news in order to make conservatives look like a-holes, all for the sake of pushing their ongoing anti-American propaganda. Now an Oklahoma Muslim is crying that a gun range “hurt his feelings,” claiming the owners kicked him out for being a Muslim. But unfortunately for this lying moron, he was just caught in a massive lie, proving once again how you can never truly trust these people, as lying is simply part of their culture.
With ongoing terror attacks being committed at the hands of radicalized degenerates around the globe, if you were a gun range owner, it would only be common sense to ban possible terrorists from perfecting their shooting skills before they go on their next killing rampage. So being the smart Americans that they are, the owners of Save Yourself Survival and Tactical Gun Range decided to post a sign that read “Muslim-free establishment” in order to keep any local vermin from coming to their range to shoot. However even with the sign, gun range owners Chad and Nichole Neal still decided to allow whiny pants Raja’ee Fatihah to come shoot his gun, even though it was fully within their rights to refuse service to whoever they wish.
But after Fatihah got a little feisty and started misbehaving himself, the Neals threw the Muslim out, reporting to Fox News that he had been acting “unruly.” Of course Fatihah wasn’t going to miss his opportunity to be a professional victim, and quickly got the local Muslim CAIR chapter to start screaming “Islamophobia” over the event, accusing the owners of discrimination.
The Neals are now being sued for discrimination after Fatihah filed a lawsuit with the U.S. District Court in Muskogee, but they are determined to fight back against the case. They immediately got a lawyer of their own, and are being represented by Robert Muise of the American Freedom Law Center, who asserts that the sign they erected at their establishment is 100 percent within their right to practice free speech.
The Angry Patriot hit the nail on the head with a brilliant political analysis of what’s truly wrong with Muslims in America, whose very actions and ongoing antics is what continues to cause Americans to have negative feelings towards the Muslim population:
Signs don’t hurt people; actions do. Ironically enough, Fatihah is part of the Muslim advocacy group Council on American-Islamic Relations’s Oklahoma chapter, where he serves as a board member. Considering he now seems to be for freedom, we wonder if he condones the actions of Muslims who have taken the innocent lives of non-Muslims strictly on basis of religion.
He should be working with the Muslims in the community who believe that you have to “kill the infidels” instead of whining about a sign. It seems to us that the “American-Islamic Relation’s group only goes one way. Americans must accept Islam, certainly not the other way around.
If he was actually working on relations between the two groups you would think he would try to ease tensions between his Muslim neighbors instead of provoking more violence by filing senseless lawsuits such as this one.
If “moderate” Muslims truly want to differentiate themselves from the radical Muslims out there, as they constantly whine that we lump them into the same category, then perhaps they need to set themselves apart in the way they conduct themselves. Whining like babies and continually trying to demonize Americans who are a little apprehensive about letting Muslims run around with guns at their gun ranges are only going to place them even more as outcasts of our society. But then again Islam is not about assimilation, but infiltrating societies by using the tools of political correctness and claims about Islamophobia to completely overtake countries, as most people are more concerned about being called a negative name rather than having a set of balls and calling out evil where it truly exists.
A Muslim man, who is also a U.S. Army reservist, filed a lawsuit Wednesday against the owners of an Oklahoma gun range after they allegedly told him to leave when he identified himself as a Muslim.
Raja’ee Fatihah’s lawsuit was filed in U.S. District Court in Muskogee against the owners of Save Yourself Survival and Tactical Gun Range in the town of Oktaha.
A sign posted on the business declared the range a “Muslim-free” establishment, and is similar to signs that have been placed at businesses in Florida, Arkansas, Kentucky and New York, said Brady Henderson, legal director for the Oklahoma chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union, which filed the suit.
“Whether the sign in question says ‘no Muslims’ or whether it says ‘no coloreds’ or whether it says ‘no women’ or ‘no Christians’ or ‘no Buddhists’ … it is just as un-American and fundamentally it is just as wrong,” Henderson said.
Fatihah is a board member with the Muslim advocacy group Council on American-Islamic Relations’ Oklahoma chapter. He said he went to the gun range after learning about the signage. He said the owners of the gun range were warm and welcoming until he told them he was a Muslim.
“At that point, they started treating me with suspicion,” Fatihah said.
The lawsuit also alleges that the owners asked Fatihah if he was there to murder them, The Oklahoman reported.
Robert Muise, with the American Freedom Law Center, is representing Chad and Nicole Neal – the owners of the gun range – in the case. Muise said Fatihah was denied service because he was being belligerent, not because of his religion. Muise also said the sign declaring the shop a “Muslim-free” business is protected free speech. Fatihah denies he acted belligerently.
“The only thing the law prohibits is if somebody denies services strictly on the basis of religion, and that didn’t happen here,” Muise said.
Muise previously represented a Florida gun shop owner in a similar case.
Claims of discrimination by business owners against Muslims have been reported in numerous states, and formal complaints have been filed with the U.S. Department of Justice regarding incidents in Arkansas, Florida and New Hampshire, said CAIR’s national director, Ibrahim Hooper.
“It’s one of those issues that’s tied to the overall rise of anti-Muslim bigotry in our society,” Hooper said.
A similar lawsuit was filed by CAIR last year against a gun shop in Florida, but that case was dismissed by a federal judge who determined CAIR could not prove its members were harmed by the store’s Muslim-free policy, Henderson said.