New Black Panthers and Anti-Mosque Protestors Involved in Heavily-Armed Standoff in South Dallas

Following years of liberal obsession with labels (racial, ethnic, sexual orientation, political, gender, et al) it is no surprise that most Americans believe race relations have gotten worse under President Obama.

Throw in some of the reaction to Donald Trump’s strong stances on immigration and terrorism and you have the perfect storm for a racial or religious showdown.  That confrontation came to a boil on Saturday when members of the New Black Panther Party faced off against a group of (mostly white) anti-Islamic protestors in South Dallas.

InfoWars describes the encounter between the protestors (BAIR) and the New Black Panthers:

Members of the New Black Panther Party lined Luther King Jr. Boulevard in response to a BAIR protest against the Nation of Islam Muslim Center in Irving. Both groups were armed.

BAIR has marched on the mosque several times. The organization opposes radical Islam and the federal government’s decision to take in Syrian refugees.

As police stood by on nearby rooftops, and people on both sides held guns one activist bragged:

“This is what they fear—the black man,” activist Olinka Green told The Dallas Morning News. “This is what America fears.”

The Bureau of American Islamic Relations (BAIR)–which is a rebuke of the Islamic group, CAIR–decided to cancel the protest to avoid any sort of physical confrontation or shootout.

Source: InfoWars



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