Murfreesboro Mosque: Eric Allen Bell, Filmmaker Who Supported Mosque, Has Joined Anti-Islam Movement
There are 5 comments on the The Huffington Post story from Jun 24, 2012, titled Murfreesboro Mosque: Eric Allen Bell, Filmmaker Who Supported Mosque, Has Joined Anti-Islam Movement. In it, The Huffington Post reports that:
NASHVILLE, Tenn. An outspoken supporter of a planned mosque that has sparked opposition in Murfreesboro, Tenn., has switched sides and joined the anti-Islam movement.
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#1 Jun 24, 2012
#2 Jun 24, 2012
I care it is nice to know that people are really starting to see the truth about the ungodly muslim faith in this country,it shouldn't even be allowed to be practiced in America. They teach that the infidel (which they consider is us) be converted to their way of life and if they can't convert us the we should be destroyed as in being put to death. I hope the true Yeshua burns their mosque
#3 Jun 26, 2012
For somebody who calls themself "American" you seem to have little knoweldge of American law, namely the FREEDOM OF RELIGION in 1st amendment! You can have whatever religion YOu want, but you want to deny it to others??? Who the f**K appointed YOU to be in charge of all religions??? You sound like a member of the American-Taliban-wannabes (aka "Evangelical") to me!
#4 Jul 3, 2012
Perhaps folks should read the background of this documentary producer to follow his journey as he set out to make a documentary pro-mosque and pro-islam & how the more knowledge he gained he flipped around and realized his mistakes.
The left media LOVED him and his articles when it suited their purposed, but banned him (Daily Kos) when he tried to write about the truth.
Here's a place to start --
The High Price of Telling the Truth About Islam
Several paragraphs in the article, Mr. Bell relays --
"Before I go any further, I should mention that, while all of this was happening, I had become involved in the story itself. I took sides. I sided with the Islamic community in their legal right to build a house of worship and when I was interviewed by the local papers (it’s not every day that a small town like this has someone shooting a documentary there) when I was asked where I stood on the issue I never hesitated to give my point of view. And after a time my point of view was sought out by larger newspapers and several local and syndicated radio programs – mostly Conservative and mostly taking issue with my stance. And I was also invited to write several pieces for Michael Moore’s blog as well.
Although I had left town to edit, there continued to be letters to the editor on a few of the local papers saying that I should leave TN and go back to where I came from. I could not believe the cartoonish way in which those who opposed the mosque were making their case. I felt like I was on the right side of this thing – absolutely certain. But in fact, I was wrong.
Everything I have told you up until now – this version of my story – is exactly how I was seeing things up until something changed."
I know many will scream about the link -- and say "that's right-wing propaganda, I will not read it!!" and that's the problem with the radical left. If it doesn't fit their agenda they deny and ban another point of view. I have hope that most Americans have an open mind and always welcome all information.
Since: Jul 11
#5 Jul 18, 2012
We have freedom of religion here in America. Don't like it, get out.
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