Florida Family Association is taking action across America on several issues thanks to your support. We have some good news to share with you.
Rollins College has reinstated Christian student Marshall Polston after Muslim Professor Areeje Zufari had him suspended for challenging her Islamist viewpoints. Florida Family Association sent out email alerts on and after March 29, 2017 that encouraged thousands of people to send emails to a dozen trustees urging them to reinstate student Marshall Polston and reprimand Professor Areeje Zufari. We have since launched more email alerts that urge Rollins College’s Board of Trustees to terminate Professor Areej Zufari based upon her defamatory actions toward Mr. Polston, grossly unprofessional conduct and filing false reports to the college and police.
Our campaign continues to urge judges on the 4th US Circuit Court of Appeals to reverse a Maryland federal court order that halted President Trump’s travel ban. It is encouraging to see the thousands of emails going to these judges urging them to make public safety a priority over politics. There could be a ruling as early as April 5, 2017 when all parties’ documents are due for the court to consider a stay on the temporary restraining order. Oral argument is scheduled for May 8, 2017. We plan to continue the online email campaign until the court’s final ruling on or after May 8, 2017.
Fifty six (56) out of sixty eight (68) companies have stopped advertising at Aljazeer.com since Florida Family Association started contacting advertisers in February 2017. Eighty two (82%) of the companies stopped advertising as of March 31, 2017. The first report on this effort last month contained ten companies that should not have been included in the contacted total because they were being given more time to be categorized as “stopped advertising” or “continuing to advertise.” There are several advertisers that cannot be traced to a company or corporate officials that are reselling ads to many companies. We have started contacting the companies to which these sites are reselling their advertising space.
Three hundred sixty nine (369) out of three hundred ninety eight (398) companies have stopped advertising at Huffingtonpost.com since Florida Family Association started contacting advertisers in April 2016. Ninety three percent (93) of the companies stopped advertising as of March 31, 2017. Three new advertisers appeared in March that cannot be traced to a company or corporate officials. These three new advertisers are Blackfridaycity.com, Exploreshops.net and Usstoresavers.com. They make up ten percent (10%) of the total companies continuing to advertise. We have started contacting the companies to which these three sites are reselling their advertising space. Progress has slowed slightly because Florida Family Association has devoted more email alerts to other issues. However, we plan to keep contacting advertisers for as long as it takes. We have six ongoing email campaigns that target companies who are advertising at Huffingtonpost.com.
We have published an article which reports the Islamist nexus between the Huffington Post and Al Jazeera. This article reports why Florida Family Association is committed to urging Corporate America to stop supporting these two websites with their advertising dollars. We hope to send the article out by email next week.
Florida Family Association’s project calling on President Donald Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions to consider designating the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) as a terrorist group continues strong. Thousands of people have already sent emails, letters, Facebook posts, and Twitter tweets urging President Trump and AG Sessions to conduct an investigation to determine if the Council on American Islamic Relations should be designated as a terrorist organization based upon their terror-linked history. We plan to continue to encourage thousands more people to send messages to the president and attorney general for the next four years or until they respond. At a minimum this effort will inform the president and attorney general that there are many people who believe CAIR is an organization to hold at arm’s length.
Our campaign continues to thank the Texas Attorney General for challenging a high school’s use of a classroom for Muslim prayer. The Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) attempted to bully Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton with erroneous reports that have since added to the fake news epidemic in America.
Our campaign to counter Nike’s plans to launch a special branded Hijab continues strong. The Independent in the United Kingdom first reported: Nike is launching a high-performance hijab for Muslim athletes. The brand aims to inspire women and girls who face barriers in sport. Thousands of people have sent emails expressing to Nike officials that the hijab is a symbol of oppression that is pushed by strict adherents of Sharia law.
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