Wednesday, March 02, 2011

Open the Koran Day

By Brigitte Gabriel, President, ACT! for America

It will be an historic event. An unprecedented event.

Last fall, in response to the pastor who wanted to have a “Burn the Koran Day” event, I said during an appearance on the Hannity radio program that, rather than burning books, let’s have an “Open the Koran Day” event and educate Americans about what exactly is in the Koran.

So I’m excited to announce ACT! for America’s 2011 “Open the Koran Day” national event.

Here’s our plan. During the weekend of September 23 – 25, ACT! for America chapter leaders and members will host “Open the Koran” informational tables all across America.
These tables will be set up in front of post offices, public libraries, in churches and synagogues—wherever we can set them up where people will be walking by!

Our goal is to have at least 750 venues for these informational tables, from Alaska to Florida and Maine to California. At these tables we will provide 2,500 full-color, glossy handouts with verses from the Koran as well as passages from the hadith (sayings and traditions of Mohammed) that address topics including:
  • Jihad
  • The treatment of women
  • Dealing with “infidels”
  • Muslim “apostasy”
  • Blasphemy against Islam
  • Slavery in Islam
  • The treatment of gays and lesbians

We will promote this through our emails, website, TV program, and radio and TV interviews, reaching potentially millions of people. Nothing like this has ever been done before in America!

This letter to you today marks the kickoff of our 30 day campaign to raise the money needed to pull off an unprecedented effort like this.


We estimate the costs for designing, printing and shipping materials and ACT! for America 3’ x 6’ banners will amount to only $125 per information table. That works out to nearly $94,000 for 750 tables.

Tens of thousands will get our handouts at the tables. Millions more will hear about the event or print off the handouts posted online. That’s a lot of “bang for the buck!”

If we’re going to pull off this historic, unprecedented event, we’re going to need the help of ACT! for America members like you.

You can help us make this historic event a reality by either making a monthly Patriot Partner contribution or making a single gift Contributing Member contribution.

If you prefer to make a single gift Contributing Member contribution with a check, you can print out this reply form and mail it in with your contribution.

When you make either a Patriot Partner monthly contribution or a single gift Contributing Member contribution, we’ll send you a special gift as our thank you, such as an autographed copy of my book They Must Be Stopped.

We need 300 Patriot Partners giving an average of $20 per month and 1,000 Contributing Members each making a single gift averaging $50 to achieve our goal. What can you do today?

Americans need to understand the supremacist political ideology embedded within the holy books of Islam that is the foundation for the rise of radical Islam we are witnessing today.

With your financial help we’ll be able to help many more Americans come to understand…

  • why “radicalization” of Muslims is increasing in America;

  • why dozens of Muslim countries are pushing for international criminalization of free speech that criticizes Islam;

  • why Islamic jihad is on the rise worldwide;

  • and why demands for sharia law are dramatically increasing in countries across Europe and in the Muslim world.

But we can’t make this unprecedented, historic event a reality without your help.

So please respond today. Log on here to make your monthly Patriot Partner gift or Contributing Member gift.

Of if you prefer, print out this reply form and mail in the most generous gift you can.

Together we will make a GIANT leap forward in helping America understand what the Koran and Hadith teach.

Over the next 30 days we’ll be sending out email updates to keep you abreast of our progress. In the meantime, I thank you for taking action TODAY!

Always devoted,

Brigitte Gabriel

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