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I am disappointed that Tishman Hotels is allowing the Muslim American Society (MAS) and the Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) to hold a conference titled, Toward a Renaissance: believe, act & engage, on December 21-25, 2012 at the Sheraton Downtown Chicago.
The Anti-Defamation League reports many speakers in the past advocated anti-Semitism, jihad against Israel and Sharia law for America. One major speaker is Tariq Ramadan, who was banned from entering the U.S. in 2004 because of a donation he made to a Hamas front. More information is found at http://www.adl.org/main_Anti_Israel/Muslim_American_Society.htm?Multi_page_sections=sHeading_4
It is difficult to comprehend that the Tishman Hotel Corporation is actually extending their “non-discrimination policy” to these anti-Semitic, pro-jihad, pro-Sharia, Islamist organizations.
There is no “non-discrimination” law or corporate policy which protects the anti-social behavior advocated by these organizations. These groups espouse strong racism and anti-Semitism. They advocate and lobby for Sharia law in America which is antithetical to the rights afforded all Americans under the United States Constitution. They are associated with the Muslim Brotherhood and the entire jihad that is behind that organization.
Sadly, it appears that some American hoteliers are not willing to offend Islamists but have no problem cancelling traditional American values conferences. The Amerimar Enterprise owned Hutton Hotel canceled a pro-American, pro-Family groups’ Preserving Freedom Conference scheduled for November 11, 2011 that was designed to combat Sharia. The Hutton Hotel cancelled the conference after receiving complaints from Islamists.
Will Tishman hotels allow anti-Semitic, pro-jihad, pro-Sharia, Islamist extremist organizations to hold similar functions in the future at: Westin New York at Times Square, E Walk Retail on 42nd Street, Intercontinental New York Times Square, Walt Disney World Dolphin, Walt Disney World Swann, Sheraton Downtown Chicago, Renaissance Chicago, O’Hare Suites Hotel, Sheraton Old San Juan Hotel, Warner Center Marriott, Rio Mar Beach Resort & Spa A Wyndham Grand Resort and 165 Halsey Street?
I look forward to receiving your reply so that I can decide whether or not to patronize your hotels in the future.
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