A US Weapon Manufacturer is selling `The Crusader` Rifle to repel Muslims

2015-09-05 10:07:14 | Al Muslim News
A US Weapon Manufacturer is selling `The Crusader` Rifle to repel Muslims
Weapon Company in U.S. is marketing a new weapon with bible verse that they hope will never be used by Muslim terrorists because of the design


A gun manufacturer in U. S. Florida has designed an assault rifle branded “The Crusader," featuring Christian symbols.
The Spike's Tactical-designed rifle is laser-etched with a Knights Templar Long Cross on one side and the other side bears The Bible verse of Psalm 144:1, "Blessed be the Lord my Rock, who trains my hands for war, my fingers for battle."

The Knights Templar Long Cross was a symbol of Christian Crusaders attempting to reclaim the Holy Land from Muslims during the the Middle Ages.

Weapon Company's spokesman Ben Thomas said that he came with the idea, and this is a gun which Muslims would not want to touch. 

Along the gun's safety lever are the Latin words 'Pax Pacis' (Peace), 'Bellum' (War), and 'Deus Vult' (God Wills It).

Muslim groups have condemned the divisive gun, which they suggest will be bought by 'Christian terrorists'. 

Hasan Shibly, executive director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations of Florida, denounced such gun being designed.

"Is it designed for Christian terrorists?" Shibly asked, 

U.S. needs "to have a conversation on gun violence." Sibly noted "utter silence" on U.S. mass shootings from gun makers and said, "It's time for them to stop trying to make a buck on this."
He also noted that there have been 205 mass killings in the United States this year and only one involved a Muslim.

Shibly said he would welcome the chance to speak with Thomas and other officials with Spike's Tactical, as CAIR-FL is also opposed to religious extremism.

"They don’t have to do outlandish things for us to engage them," Shibly said.


Tags: #Anti-Muslim #America #

Latest News

What to Next

Samsung facing growing threats despite record profits

SEOUL (South Korea): Sprawling South Korean conglomerate Samsung Electronics has recovered from a humiliating recall fiasco and the arrest of its de f... More

Iranian Pilgrims Return To Hajj After 2016 Boycott

BEIRUT: Nearly 90,000 Iranians are expected to perform the Haj in Makkah this year after Tehran boycotted the pilgrimage last year amid tensions with ... More

Israel reopens Al Aqsa mosque, but Palestinians refuse to enter

JERUSALEM: Israel reopened an ultra-sensitive holy site on Sunday closed after an attack that killed two policemen, but Muslim worshippers were refusi... More

At Least 60 dead in 'US-Air strike' in Syria's al-Mayadeen

A suspected US-led coalition air raid on an ISIL-run prison in eastern Syria has killed at least 57 people, according to a monitoring group.  ... More

Kuwait launches online platform to educate migrant workers

Kuwait: Kuwait has launched an online platform in five languages Arabic, English, Hindi, Filipino and Urdu to educate foreigner workers on their legal... More

India forces martyr two more Kashmiri youth in IoK

SRINAGAR: Indian security forces, in their recent act of state act of terrorism, martyred 2 additional geographic areai youth in Kupwara district of o... More

Saudi Arabia Suddenly Has a New Crown Prince

King Salman removed his nephew, Mohammed bin Nayef, as crown prince. And he appointed his son to take on the position instead.... More

Turkey awards Pakistan Arm Chief Gen Bajwa Legion of Merit for his services

ANKARA: Chief of the military staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa arrived here on Tuesday on an officer visit. The COAS visited the solon burial ch... More

Israel starts work on new settlement amid US peace push

JERUSALEM: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin announced the start of work Tuesday on a new settlement in the occupied West Bank as US envoys prepared to ... More

Syria army, opposition confirm nationwide truce

Syria's army said Thursday it would halt all military operations from midnight, under a deal brokered by Russia and Turkey, with the opposition Na... More