So you're watching a soccer game in Dearborn, Michigan between Al-Tadamun and Chelsea, a game that was advertised in public leaflets and on the Arab American website; it was dedicated to something termed, "The Day of Jerusalem." The thought of incorporating such a slogan into promotional material about a sporting event puzzles you. What is this "Day of Jerusalem" all about? Later, you discover that the game was hosted by Husham Alhusayni – the main spiritual leader of the Karbala Center in Dearborn – who was thanked by Samir Al-Jabiri and Muhammad Alhasayni who said the victory was "dedicated to honor the souls of the martyrs of Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa..."
These are clearly terrorists who murder civilians; such a dedication should spawn outrage but it did not.
The sound of silence in response to such a thing echoed throughout Dearborn's Muslim community. Why did no one object to such hatred, religious bigotry and open support for terrorism?