act for america

The announcement comes months after HuffPost first reported that an anti-Muslim hate group was holding its annual conference at a Hyatt hotel.
Hyatt said it would be unlawful to cancel on hate group Act for America. But Muslim Advocates said that's untrue.
Mike Pompeo has ties to one of America’s largest anti-Muslim organizations.
And a backlash is brewing. “There must be no room for hate at Hyatt hotels."
ACT for America’s Brigitte Gabriel says the group has a “direct line” to the president-elect. She’s not lying.
The much-anticipated, chaotic, sometimes laughable, but mostly terrifying 2016 Republican National Convention has come to end. And, oh, what a ride. There were certainly the highly publicized moments: Melania Trump's partially plagiarized speech and Ted Cruz being, well, Ted Cruz.
Next month, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, a controversial voice calling for Islamic reform, is scheduled to appear at a Washington, DC event hosted by one of the nation's most active anti-Muslim groups. The Somali-born author and activist will deliver the keynote address at the annual conference of ACT for America.
Hosting an anti-Muslim speaker would also violate the district's harassment and violence policy, Saroya said. The policy
We could either dismiss Terry Jones as a lunatic bigot, or we could ask the tough question of who is misguiding the pastor and people like him who seem so convinced that "Islam is of the Devil."
The total lack of attention and concern in response to a recent attack on a mosque in Jacksonville, Florida reveals a troubling double standard in how we address terrorism in this nation.