By Dennis Michael Lynch on DML Daily

NEW YORK CITY — Yesterday, an estimated one thousand people held a march in support of Muslims and to protest President Trump’s immigration policies. The New York City protest was just one of many held over the weekend across the country.

The protest was called, “I Am A Muslim Too,” and it was organized by several groups, including the Foundation for Ethnic Understanding.

During the protest, a portion of the very busy Times Square came to a complete stand still as protesters participated in a Muslim call to prayer.  According to various reports, “Allahu Akbar” was blasted through loudspeakers. The phrase is the calling card of Islamic terrorists worldwide.

You can see the protesters pray in this video:

https://youtu.be/lCskcMofg3Y

 


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