Hotel Cancels Anti-sharia Event!
No Islamic countries allow Christian freedom. Now due to the cowering of inidviduals such as Steven Andre and the Hutton Hotel in Nashville to the Saudi funded CAIR (Council on American Islamic Relations), named by the US Justice Department and FBI as an indicted co-conspirator to fund terrorism Islamists are denying Christian freedom of expression in America. Moriel & Jacob Prasch urges all of our readers to please telephone Mr Andre and protest and we urge our readers outside of the USA to email in protest if they cannot call.
The Hutton Hotel in Nashville has abruptly canceled an event scheduled for November 11th hosted by the Sharia Awareness Action Network and the Tennessee Freedom Coalition. One of the scheduled speakers for the event is an ACT! for America chapter leader who will be addressing issues such as grassroots organizing.
According to a news article:
A Nashville hotel has canceled its contract with an anti-Shariah conference out of fear the event could attract protests and disrupt business.
This is the second hotel to take such outrageous action in the past week. It’s clear they are knuckling under to complaints and threats from organizations such as CAIR, the Council on American-Islamic Relations. What’s more, the hotels are in effect capitulating to sharia law provisions that suppress free speech.
We cannot allow this unacceptable and outrageous action to go unchallenged. We urge you to contact the hotel, and respectfully but firmly, voice your disapproval. Let the hotel know you will never stay there unless it reverses this decision, and that you will pass the word to friends and family encouraging them to do the same.
We recommend you contact the hotel by phone. The reason is that it’s easier for them to ignore you if you email. A deluge of phone calls will make it abundantly clear to them that the decision they made will be costly to them.
Please phone the hotel at 615.340.9333 and ask to speak to Steven Andre, the hotel manager or, if that person is unavailable, ask to speak to someone who handles public relations. If the phone is busy, try again later.
If you absolutely can’t place a call, send a firm, but respectful, email Mr. Andre at email@example.com.