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Monday, June 12, 2017

Anti-muslum activists hold rallies across America

Anti-Muslim activists hoisted American flags and delivered fiery speeches in rallies across the country Saturday, facing off against crowds of counter-demonstrators in several cities and exposing the visceral rage that has come to define America’s political extremes.
ACT for America, a lobbyist organization with close ties to the Trump administration, organized nationwide marches to oppose Islamic law, which the group says is a threat to U.S. society.
At least two white supremacist groups also joined the rallies.
In New York, a dozen members of Identity Evropa, which seeks a whites-only state, came to support the ACT rally, wearing tucked-in dress shirts, sunglasses and slicked-down side-parts. In Harrisburg, Pa., a group that has claimed credit for white nationalist posters on college campuses, said they wanted Muslims out of the United States entirely.
“I don’t believe in having Muslims in the United States,” said Francisco Rivera, a spokesman for Vanguard America. “Their culture is incompatible with ours.”
Protesters on both sides blamed each other for the divisions on display Saturday, as anger surged through the crowds.
In New York, the cacophony from counter-demonstrators made it nearly impossible for them to hear their opponents’ speeches. But many seemed to have already made up their minds.
Anti-Sharia Demonstration In NYC
Counter-demonstrators used musical instruments and whistles to drown out those who oppose Sharia Law. (Credit Image: © Shay Horse/NurPhoto via ZUMA Press)
“They’re Nazis,” said Krish Bhatt, a Barnard College student who held a sign identifying themself [sic] as a trans Muslim.
Organized in part to memorialize the anniversary of the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando, the multi-city demonstrations aimed to raise awareness of what ACT sees as the negative effects of Muslim immigration to the United States.