Sunday, 13 December 2015

The Response to the #BanWahhabloodism Campaign

Recently, Younus AlGohar started the campaign to petition the British and American governments to ban Wahhabism to save these countries from homegrown terrorism. People from all around the world commented on the petitions expressing their support.
Isabelle Martinez from San Jose, CA states, 'I care.'
Douglas Bilyeu from High Point, NC echoes many when he says, '[I'm] tired of not having TOTAL WORLD PEACE.'
Damien Gibson from Glendale, Arizona writes, 'Violence is not Islam. And Islam is peace.'
David Kent from Prescot, UK says,
Steve Evans from Bordon, UK says,
Veronica Martinez from Chicago, IL voices her concerns about hate preaching under the banner of religion, 'I'm supporting this because even if they are some religion or something like that, [they can't] just be encouraging terrorism and raising [terrorists].'
James Welsh from Waterford, Ireland, declares,
Haroon Jamil from Birmingham, UK says, 'Wahhabism = ISIS.'
Nazam Ahmed from Newport, UK writes,
Cheryl Brown from the London, UK says,
Michael Bard from San Francisco, CA writes, ‘[I am signing the petition] only because [Wahhabis] seem to instruct the wrong information to their followers.
Rahul Varshnay from Pharr, TX writes,
Dawn Goodfallow from North Richland Hills, TX says, I don't trust Obama, I love USA I'm concerned for my kids, my family, my country,
Rakhshi Asim from Toronto Canada says, Please ban Wahhabism and let the world live in peace.’
Michael Locke from Kent, UK asks,
Kim Yunchae from Kyungkido, South Korea expresses a resolve to stand against terrorism, writing,
Darren Flynn from Manchester, UK writes,
Greg Chew from Maynooth, Ireland offers this insight,
The same sentiment was overwhelmingly seen on social media.
The same user also stated in regards to Wahhabism, ‘They're trying [to] recruit Muslims from other sects & non Muslims [to] be Wahhabis & spread their terrorism.’

In the United States, members of Messiah Foundation USA filmed the American public expressing their views regarding this campaign. 

The Washington Monument:

 The White House:  

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