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AMAC Statement in Response to the Call For A Million Muslim March on the 12th Anniversary of the 9/11 Attacks

dan-weberIt’s an ugly act of provocation, disrespectful to those 3,000 plus American citizens who were killed during the attacks –

American Muslims need to condemn the Million Muslim March scheduled for this year’s anniversary of the attacks by Islamic extremists on September 11, 2001.

Such a march, on that date, would be an ugly act of provocation, disrespectful to those 3,000 plus American citizens who were killed during the attack.

We call on our fellow-Americans who are responsible leaders in America’s Muslim communities to demonstrate their own commitment to America’s civil traditions by condemning this ugly act of provocation and by publicly censuring those behind it.

On behalf of the 750,000 members of the Association of Mature American Citizens (, we strongly protest the ill-conceived Million Muslim March planned for September 11th, the anniversary of the brutal attacks committed by Muslim extremist terrorists.

The march is the brainchild of a discredited anti-Semite, M.D. Rabbi Alam.  Alam has consistently described the 2001 murder of more than 3,000 people as a Jewish conspiracy—an absurd notion at best and a blatant insult not only to the American Jewish Community, but to all Americans of good faith.

While the organizers claim to be protesting discrimination against Muslims, they know full well that their march will be construed as a “Victory March” by other Muslims throughout the world who dislike the USA.

We demand that the march be canceled. We further urge the organizers to issue an apology to the families of the victims for the heartless slaughter caused by members of their faith.

In the name of common decency we urge the organizers to be sensitive to the feelings of almost all Americans and reschedule their march to another month.

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