Hotel boots anti-sharia conference

Chad Groening
OneNewsNow
11/1/2011

A terrorism expert and Islam watchdog says a Nashville hotel has caved to Islamic supremacism.

The Tennessee Freedom Coalition describes itself as a group dedicated to keeping sharia law from being established in the United States. It had booked space for November 11 at the Hutton Hotel in Nashville to host a 300-person event called “The Constitution or Sharia: Preserving Freedom Conference” — and event touted as the first national conference on sharia and the “Islamization of America.”

But Fox News has reported that when hotel officials learned that sharia critics Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer were scheduled to speak, they promptly canceled the event and returned the deposit, citing security concerns.

Spencer says there is no excuse for the hotel’s decision…

…The Hutton Hotel is owned by Amerimar Enterprises.

The complete article is at OneNewsNow.

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