Armed Standoff At Dallas Mosque Tense As Racial Battle Escalates

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The battle for Islam has come to America.   Street gangs, Black Lives Matter, New Black Panther Party and Nation of Islam all rolling up into one against pro-America, anti-Islam demonstrators.

The Bureau of American Islamic Relations, or BAIR, came to protest against a mosque in Dallas Saturday afternoon, but the New Black Panther Party came to the defense of the mosque, recruiting hundreds of supporters by turning it into a racial battle.   Both sides were armed.   

Dallas police stood guard on a funeral home’s roof as black counter-protesters swarmed the parking lot of Eva’s House of Bar-B-Q, vowing to defend their streets and chanting “black power.”   Heavily outnumbered, the BAIR group reportedly only stayed for a few minutes, after police told them to leave for their own safety.

Breitbart released a video with exclusive coverage on the event.

BAIR rallies against what it calls radical Islam.  In a Facebook post, they wrote: ‘We have decided to Protest the Nation of Islam for promoting violence against Americans openly and publicly. This is NOT about color of skin, not a white vs black thing.  This is about RADICAL ISLAM. They have threatened to continue killing Cops, Random White People and their children to further their agenda of hate and dominance through violence.”

Dallas Black Panther Party

Dallas Black Panther Party

Krystal Muhammad of the New Black Panther Party promised last week that they would be at the mosque to make sure no BAIR members went inside.  ‘We won’t allow anybody to come in and try to intimidate our brothers and sisters,’ she said.   

The police kept the BAIR protesters penned up about 100 yards from community members, many of whom were shouting angrily and accusing the group of being the Ku Klux Klan, a group that BAIR has no known connection to. That false belief angered the crowd and was being spread by local Nation of Islam and Black Lives Matter groups, says BAIR director David Wright. Wright says the group is concerned with Islam, not race issues but that the lie was spread to get non-Muslim black residents to support the protest.

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