DECEMBER 3, 2015

AMPAC launches Billion Muslim March Against DAESH

The American Muslim Political Action Committee (AMPAC) has announced that it intends to organize a Billion Muslim March Against DAESH. (DAESH is the acronym for the phony “Islamic State.”)

The march will take place on the National Mall in Washington, DC. The marchers will represent the more than one billion Muslims around the world who reject DAESH.

“The vast majority of the world’s Muslims have no use for Daesh,” said MD Alam, founder of AMPAC. “There is not a single major religious authority in the Islamic world who supports or condones this terrorist group. We want to stand up and be counted…all 1.5 billion of us.”

Alam admitted that Washington DC cannot hold a billion people. “We don’t need to disrupt our nation’s capital by bringing that many people there,” he said. “But we hope to have representatives from a large number of Muslim organizations present, representing the vast majority of Muslims – the more than one billion of us who oppose and condemn DAESH.”

Alam challenged his old friend Bill O’Reilly of Fox News to make good on his promise to cover this kind of event. “Bill O’Reilly said that if there were a Million Muslim March against DAESH he would support and cover it. Well, we are not just having a Million Muslim March, we are having a Billion Muslim March. Bill O’Reilly, we want you to come to Washington DC to cover us and admit that you were wrong when you claimed that Muslims weren’t doing enough to oppose terrorism.”

For information about the Billion Muslim March Against DAESH contact:

MD Alam, Founder, American Muslim Political Action Committee (AMPAC):  (816) 372-1873
Dr. Kevin Barrett, AMPAC Spokesperson  Skype: DrKevinBarrett

National Ad-hoc Committee

MD. Rabbi Alam (Chair)

Imam Talal Eid (Boston, MA)

Wali Karim (Chicago, IL)

Mohammad Kibra (FairFax VA)

Kevin Barrett (SSpokeperson)

Isa Hodge (Chief Operations)

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