Wednesday, August 31, 2011


Playland Park, Rye, New York
August 30, 2011
Here again we see the bullying and unreasonable demands of Islamic supremacism in the public square. In this case, public safety be damned, the sharia is all that matters. A New York Playland Park became the victim of a Muslim riot when park officials adhered to theirsafety rules in order to keep park attendees free from harm. The park implemented a headgear ban over four years ago to keep hats and other head coverings from landing on tracks and derailing rides.
“It’s a safety issue on rides. If it’s a scarf, you could choke."
Muslim visitors got angry that the park was enforcing their safety rules, and "a large disturbance broke out."
The action was staged by Muslim Brotherhood group, Muslim American Society. They organized the outing and were well aware of the safety rules. The rules were not new. I believe that this was a deliberate action and MAS knew exactly what they were doing in challenging the Park to break their safety rules and put the lives of attendees in jeopardy in an act of supremacism, demanding adherence to the sharia. Despite Parks officials “painstakingly” telling the MAS organizer about the headgear ban, Muslim visitors got angry and caused a large disturbance, resulting in the arrest of at least 10 people.
This is part of a systematic campaign to impose the sharia on the secular marketplace. Muslim workers suing Disney over their sixty-year-old dress code or Muslim cashiers suing Wal-Mart and Target over their refusal to handle meat that is not halal is all part of a much larger supremacist effort. It has succeeded in Europe, which is all but doomed. They mean to replicate it here. This is well documented in my book (in stores next week), Stop the Islamization of America: A Practical Guide to the Resistance.
UPDATED, 6:20 PM: RYE — A large disturbance broke out at Playland Park today when Muslim visitors got angry that the park was enforcing its ban on headgear by prohibiting the women from wearing their traditional head coverings on some rides.
Police from at least nine other agencies converged on the park beginning at 3 p.m. after county police sought assistance in responding to the disturbance, which involved about 30 to 40 people. At least 10 park visitors were arrested, mostly for disorderly conduct, and two park rangers were injured, authorities said.
The park was crowded with Muslims celebrating Eid-ul-Fitr, one of Islam's two major holidays. Most were from community groups around New York City as part of a day-long event arranged by the Muslim American Society of New York.
Parks officials had “painstakingly” told the organizer about the headgear ban, said parks spokesman Peter Tartaglia, but he said that the rules might not have been communicated by the organizer to some attendees. The ban was implemented about four years ago to keep hats and other head coverings from landing on tracks and derailing rides.
“It’s a safety issue on rides. If it’s a scarf, you could choke,” Tartaglia said.
Accounts of what had happened varied, but everyone agreed the dispute began after park-goers were told the headgear ban applied to women wearing traditional Muslim head coverings, known as hijabs.
Tartaglia said once word of that got out there were “a lot of unhappy people.”
He said park officials were in the process of arranging refunds when members of the Muslim group got into a scuffle with each other.
The two rangers, seasonal county police employees, were hurt trying to break it up, he said. He said one suffered an injured knee and the other an injured shoulder.
Lola Ali, 16, of Astoria said she had witnessed a group of girls and women wearing hijabs go to park security to confront them about the headgear issue.
She said the women were upset and yelling. She said the security officers started pushing them away and the girls stood their ground, at which point the security officers grabbed them, pushed them to the ground and handcuffed them.