It's happening all over North America – including places you might think were too remote to even conceive of such activities. Take Missoula, Montana, where the local newspaper, the Missoula Current, reported last April on a group called Standing Alongside America's Muslims (SALAM), formed a year earlier "to push back against a rising tide of Islamophobia." The Current report on SALAM, as it happened, appeared two weeks to the day after the deadly suicide bombing in the St. Petersburg, Russia, Metro, by an affiliate of Al-Qaeda. (You already forgot that one, didn't you?) The Current also brought the news that the Missoula City Council, in an effort to address supposed "waves of anti-Muslim sentiment," had designated April 24-30 as "Celebrate Religious Freedom Week" to coincide with SALAM's own "Celebrate Islam Week."
What is SALAM all about? A tour of its Facebook page indicates that it's especially focused on the fount of evil that is Donald Trump and on his satanic attempt to establish a "Muslim ban." The page contains graphs and charts illustrating how few Muslims live in the U.S. and how few Americans die from jihad terror compared to other causes.