The Tullahoma News announces an upcoming event in which top Justice Department officials will remind us that not all Muslims are terrorists:
A special meeting has been scheduled for the stated purpose of increasing awareness and understanding that American Muslims are not the terrorists some have made them out to be in social media and other circles.
â€œPublic Disclosure in a Diverse Societyâ€ will be held from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Tuesday, June 4, at the Manchester-Coffee County Conference Center, 147 Hospitality Blvd.
Special speakers for the event will be Bill Killian, U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Tennessee, and Kenneth Moore, special agent in charge of the FBIâ€™s Knoxville Division.
Sponsor of the event is the American Muslim Advisory Council of Tennessee â€” a 15-member board formed two years ago when the General Assembly was considering passing legislation that would restrict those who worship Sharia Law, which is followed by Muslims.
The American tradition isnâ€™t really big on â€œworshipingâ€ any body of law. How was this Tennessee initiative going to â€œrestrict those who worship Sharia Law?â€ Prevent them from driving automobiles? Make it illegal for them to purchase organic tomatoes? That sort of thing would seem like a rather blatant violation of civil rights. Or would it be more accurate to say that Tennessee was looking to restrict the imposition of sharia law in defiance of American law, or the U.S. Constitution? Whether or not such an initiative was worthwhile, or the legislation well-crafted, it seems reasonable to ask even deeply skeptical news organizations to describe it honestly.
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