Prosecutors Seek to Stop Rally by Florida Pastor Outside Dearborn Mosque

Running like scared children Michigan prosecutors are trying to infringe on Pastor Jones’ right to assemble. All because they are afraid the the violent aspect of Islam will come to Dearborn. Instead of handing another victory to Islam by bowing down to a religion that calls for our dominance, how about they support our freedoms and provide Pastor Jones with police protection? Unfortunately we are going down the same road as the UK my friends.

Prosecutors Seek to Stop Rally Outside Dearborn Mosque by Florida Pastor

Concerned about a potential outbreak of violence, Wayne County prosecutors have filed a complaint in court that seeks to compel Florida pastor Terry Jones — who oversaw the burning of a Quran last month — not to rally outside an Islamic center in Dearborn this week.

Jones told the Free Press he intends to come to Dearborn this Friday with others to protest against sharia and jihad, Islamic ideas that he said threaten the U.S.

But Dearborn police and Wayne County prosecutors are trying to convince him that showing up at the Islamic Center of America would endanger his life and public peace. In the court filing, prosecutors and Dearborn police note that Jones has received numerous death threats and a $1.2 million bounty on his head by leaders of Jamaat-ud Dawa, a cover organization for the Pakistan-based terrorist organization Lashkar-e-Tayyiba.

Filed Friday in 19th district court in Dearborn, prosecutors say that if Jones shows up outside the center, “the greatest danger is the likelihood of a riot ensuing complete with the discharge of firearms.”

The court action, considered rare, is called in the filing a “verified complaint to institute proceedings to prevent crime.”

Dearborn and Wayne County authorities also note that Friday happens to be Good Friday and that the Islamic Center is next to several churches. And so if Jones and his followers were to protest, they argue, it could create enormous problems for Christian worshippers to enter and leave the churches for Good Friday services.

A spokesperson for Terry Jones was not immediately available to comment today, but Jones has told the Free Press he wants to come to Dearborn to help preserve the U.S. Constitution and ensure that Islam does not dominate non-Muslims.

Also today, a group of religious leaders, Christian and Muslim, gathered at Greater Mt. Tabor Baptist Church in Detroit, to ask Jones not to visit Dearborn.

“He’s an impostor of the Christian religion,” said Rev. Charles E. Williams, pastor of the Historic King Solomon Baptist Church in Detroit.

Hey Reverend, would there be a threat of violence if there was a protest outside of your Church? Wake up and see what is going on here.

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46 comments for “Prosecutors Seek to Stop Rally by Florida Pastor Outside Dearborn Mosque

  1. boniferous
    April 18, 2011 at 4:25 pm

    “…would endanger his life and public peace.” What happened to the religion of peace?

    • April 19, 2011 at 4:28 pm

      it’s mostly the moron politicians who belive islam is the religon of peace, not people who are educated and actually listen to the words of the muslims who seek to do us all harm, if we dont follow their lead….I say God Bless Terry Jones and he is the only one with the Stones to face those maggots ….

    • bey
      April 25, 2011 at 6:41 am

      Go pastor Jones GO. I’m so scared of violent people and the Islam extremist have proven to be very dangerous. They are trying to take over. We should’nt let them. We are Americans this is our country. Let’s take it back.

  2. Skipping Girl
    April 18, 2011 at 5:13 pm

    Pastor Jones should be supported not just by the police but by the rest of the pastors and the community at large. So what is so bad about a fight it has to happen. Better it happens sooner rather than later. There may not be a contest if they leave it too long.

  3. bobbyd
    April 18, 2011 at 5:37 pm

    It should be fun to see how Dearbornistan PD responds after the snit they threw over the Acts 17 group handing out Bible tracts at a recent moslem ‘festival’;-)) Paster Jones is in my prayers!!!

  4. greg_o
    April 18, 2011 at 6:21 pm

    I am with Jones too. Wish I had money to travel to that damned state to support him. He is totally right in confronting this demonic abomination called islam.

  5. April 18, 2011 at 6:34 pm

    Again we see the PC cowards trying to deny free speech to Americans not willing to submit to a 7th century tyrannical movement. These wrong thinking idiots would have shut up our founders when they decided to create a government guaranteeing liberty and freedom for all. Free speech is one of the cornerstones of our Republic. What they are saying is give those who want to destroy our country free reign to say and do whatever they want. We can’t upset them even at the price of our liberty.

  6. Rodney
    April 18, 2011 at 7:29 pm

    Let him say what he wants, he has freedom of speech. But don’t offer him any police protection. You have to be responsible with your freedoms, and he should be responsible enough to know that what he has to say will illicit a negative response. If he is prepared for that then more power to him. Hope he makes it out of Dearborn alive.

    • CW Orange
      April 19, 2011 at 6:58 pm

      Well, Fine. Perhaps a bunch of armed American patriots should join him with enough firepower to back off the Dearbornistan police taliban… Say 10000 people with guns? Screw the laws if they block free speech!

      • April 20, 2011 at 11:32 pm

        CW, how bout a little “fire power” for this rabbi who will be accompanying Pastor Jones?
        I’ll feel real lonely speaking on the stage in front of those thousands of rioting Muslims, my brother!

        • eib
          April 21, 2011 at 4:51 am

          You have the most powerful ally any person can have in any place– God himself.
          I will also pray for you.

        • Truth
          April 21, 2011 at 8:53 am

          Rabbi, arm yourself, get a CCW in Michigan. I’ll be contacting people to possibly get National Guard troops or State Police posted in Dearborn. The Dearborn Police won’t protect you.

      • olivier
        April 21, 2011 at 12:04 am

        Your low level of education and understanding is scary. Your tendancy to simplify concepts is the proof that people like you are really those who don’t understand a damn thing on what’s going on in this planet. You think that God created the world in 6 days…starting from this principle, how can we give some serious credit on what you say? This Pastor is the shame of God, for sure!

        • New Crusader
          April 21, 2011 at 12:19 pm

          Your judgments mean nothing. In the eyes of islam the only good Oliver is a converted or dead Oliver. You decide.

        • eib
          April 21, 2011 at 1:41 pm

          This Pastor is the shame of God, for sure!
          end quote.

          You must believe yourself to be in possession of final truth, as Muslims also do, to presume to judge.
          I believe that God became man to redeem humanity.
          Still, even though I can ascribe humanity to God, I’m not on so cozy a relationship with my creator that I can presume to judge whether or not Jones shames or honors him.
          Indeed, that’s between Jones and God, not between you and anyone.

      • Truth
        April 21, 2011 at 8:56 am

        I’m wondering if that day is coming? Hopefully justice and the US Constitution will prevail.

  7. Don Laird
    April 19, 2011 at 2:06 am

    Pastor Terry Jones needs to be supported.

    He needs support and open encouragement from every American and Canadian citizen….PERIOD, FULL STOP, END OF STORY!!!

    We are now seeing cracks in the ignorance that muslims have enjoyed in North America and Europe…..

    The time has come to stand and face down what amounts to the most murderous, black hearted cancerous political ideology to have ever crawled out of the toilet of humanity in 5,000 years. This open aggression by muslims must be faced….must be turned back…and must, for the sake of all we hold dear….must be defeated.

    The backlash muslims so richly deserve, the backlash they have diligently and unswervingly cultivated has arrived….it must be supported and moved ahead.

    Each and every one of us must petition and fully support the immediate deportation and repatriation of all muslims back to the Middle East and Africa…after the deportations are complete the immigration door to muslims must be slammed shut permanently.

    Our founding fathers and forefathers did not pour sweat and spill blood in the creation of one of the greatest nations to ever have graced the face of the earth only to have it destroyed and violated by those for whom darkness, perversion, violence and a psychopathic love of oppression and murder is second nature.

    This is the line in the sand.

  8. Steve
    April 19, 2011 at 2:32 am

    So long as he holds a peaceful rally on public (not private) property, I do not see how they can prevent the protest. I have taken part in peaceful, sidewalk protest in front of our local abortion mill. There are definite rules in place for peaceful protesters. Should be no problem.

  9. Jay from MI
    April 19, 2011 at 4:01 am

    I am about 2 hours from dearbornistan and will make the drive to support him. It is time to step up and smack down the islam infestation of our country. Anyone brave enough to stand against them has my help!

    • Audrey
      April 19, 2011 at 7:26 am

      Good for you Jay! Wish I were there. A friend, Rabbi Shifren, from LA will be there too. We need more people showing up at these protests. I was at the one in Yorba Linda, CA along with 500 others. God Bless you all!

      • Jay from MI
        April 19, 2011 at 4:00 pm

        Great job Audrey,
        I haven’t been to one yet but my tolerance for the double standard is over!

        Take care and God Bless!


    • April 20, 2011 at 11:35 pm

      Jay, Audrey is a dear friend…I will look forward to shaking your hand, my friend. Do tell all your friends as well, we need every American patriot on board here…blessings, Rabbi Shifren

  10. Fran_Ingram
    April 19, 2011 at 4:21 am

    They will offer police protection. They want him to pay up front. As in Gainesville, the police don’t really care if we get knocked off – they don’t want anyone around us hurt. They have said this publicly. Law abiding citizens are to be protected, but not if you are speaking about the injustices, oppression and violence of Islam. Then we must all stick our heads in the sand. That’s not what my Bible says! The huge Arab festival in Dearborn is always crawling with police (to keep Christians away) and they pay the city not a cent for security. Westboro Baptist protested in front of the same Islamic Center last November – and had police protection they did not pay for. What are they going to do? Arrest Dr Jones and Wayne Sapp, then escort them to the airport on the way out? Sounds like England, where they are both banned from entry. And there are international media headed to Dearborn for this. Just let a law abiding honest American stand in front of a mosque and speak, and you would not have an international incident on your hands. And yes, there is a nice piece of public land just south of the mosque – between Altar and Ford Road. The police are scared of the trees on the south verge of Ford, it seems …. or would a sniper perch on a minarett?

    • eib
      April 19, 2011 at 4:10 pm

      They will offer police protection. They want him to pay up front.
      end quote.


    • Truth
      April 21, 2011 at 9:09 am

      If there’s a Muslim sniper in the minarett, the National Guard should bring down the minarett with a tank blast.

  11. April 19, 2011 at 5:34 am

    Go Pastor Terry Jones. At least you have the courage of your convictions.

  12. Buck
    April 19, 2011 at 5:42 am

    We can protest, with offensive signs, at military funerals, but we can not preach in front of a mosque?

  13. April 19, 2011 at 5:49 am

    If Westboro Baptist Church can constitutionally protest at the funerals of our fallen military, then Terry Jones can protest in Dearonistan.

    The prosecution has admitted that Islam is not a religion of peace. Heh.

    • Jay from MI
      April 19, 2011 at 3:48 pm

      I was thinking the same thing! I also remember the quote: “the enemy of my enemy is not my friend” I am heading down to dearbornistan to protest with him!

  14. eib
    April 19, 2011 at 6:03 am

    Concerned about a potential outbreak of violence, Wayne County prosecutors have filed a complaint in court that seeks to compel Florida pastor Terry Jones — who oversaw the burning of a Quran last month — not to rally outside an Islamic center in Dearborn this week.
    end quote.

    Again, Islam hands the blame to the other for its inherent violence and barbarity.
    And the civil authorities in Dearborn are cowed, deceived, led astray from the rule of law.
    Truly, Islamic tradition has replaced the Western idea of law = reason.

  15. Chris
    April 19, 2011 at 7:16 am

    Authorities in Dearborn have failed to impress upon their citizens (Muslim and non-Muslim) the importance of the First Amendment. The same law that allows Muslms to worship freely in the U.S., also guarantees citizens the right to protest against what they see as abuses of human rights. Friday should be a “teachable moment” for the people of Dearborn, but the community leaders seem to want to play hooky.

  16. April 19, 2011 at 10:06 am

    Muzzies can be protesting on the streets of America, or any other country as far as that goes, untouched. The minute any of us to express our thoughts,it’s immediately considered a crime.

    • Ronald Arif
      April 19, 2011 at 10:54 am

      Well if KKK has the right to parade down main street, so do yourself.When was a KKK person ever sent to prison for expressing his constitutional rights. You do whatever makes you feel safe & secure in this land of immoralities and faithlessness. Remember only Jesus was’nt the only messenger of God that was sent down here.

      • Jay from MI
        April 19, 2011 at 3:44 pm

        Like Doug said… muzzies can do whatever they want! Anytime we protest it’s a big deal, screw the double standard. In this land of immoralities and faithlessness…watch your tongue boy!

      • eib
        April 19, 2011 at 8:14 pm

        Jesus was not the messenger of God.
        He was the Son of God.
        The Redeemer of humanity.
        For God so loved the world that he sent his only son to redeem it from sin.
        You have no such belief.
        In fact, you think yourself to be perfectly sinless.
        Self-righteousness will be your damnation, as well as idolatry.

    • eib
      April 19, 2011 at 4:11 pm

      And this kind of law is the very hallmark of the Muslim state.

  17. April 19, 2011 at 10:53 am

    Dearborn police and Wayne County prosecutors are trying to convince him that showing up at the Islamic Center of America would endanger his life and public peace. In the court filing, prosecutors and Dearborn police note that Jones has received numerous death threats and a $1.2 million bounty on his head by leaders of Jamaat-ud Dawa, a cover organization for the Pakistan-based terrorist organization Lashkar-e-Tayyiba.

    Who is making the threats here? Who is being protected, the Islamists or American citizens with protection for their right to free speech, religious preferences and peaceably to assemble…anywhere on this continent…as outlined in our Constitution? Note: These rights do not specify the need to be politically correct, appeasement or cowardice to be exercised by anyone, especially when it is threatened by a subversive, ant-American, violent, cult-belief system aiming at overthrowing and destryoing any religion but Islam.

    Pastor Jones should have not only burned one Koran, and our government should outlaw this subversive literature from the public domain on the basis that IT in itself is the real threat to peace and freedom in our nation, not peaceful people who are courageous enough to expose fundamentalist Islam and its agenda.

    • Jay from MI
      April 19, 2011 at 3:45 pm

      Nicely stated denialator!

      • admin
        April 19, 2011 at 8:15 pm

        Welcome to the site Jay!

  18. admin
    April 19, 2011 at 11:09 am

    As a result of Chris’s post here I sent out two letters and made two phone calls today. I would like to urge you to do the same.

    Here is my letter to Terry Jones.

    Here is my letter to the Wayne County Prosecutors Office

    And I also called the Greater Mt. Tabor Baptist Church in Detroit @ 313-834-3013
    And The Historic King Solomon Baptist Church in Detroit @ 313-285-8778
    Both of these Churches are mention in Chis’s article.

    Would you guys please contact these people and let them know your point of view?


    • Jay from MI
      April 19, 2011 at 3:46 pm


      Will do, thanks for stepping up on this! I am tired of the double standard and islamaphobia!

  19. CGW
    April 19, 2011 at 6:03 pm

    How can they deny his Freedom of Assembly? As stated above, the KKK can do it, why not Jones? Because we are askeared? What, is this the UK now? This is a showdown, folks, nothing less. He is a very brave man. I’m certain he has provided part of his own security.
    Let the muzzies show their true colors that CAIR can’t deny!

  20. emmi
    April 20, 2011 at 12:25 am

    In civilised countries no-one should feel free to make death threats. It is conspiracy to murder.

  21. eib
    April 20, 2011 at 5:20 am

    If anyone threatens you with injury or death, don’t laugh it off.

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