Many Muslim groups are objecting to a factually and scripturally correct billboard in Indianapolis, Indiana about the founder of Islam, erected by a group identified as “Truthophobia.”
A billboard in Indianapolis, IN is stirring controversy among local Muslim groups, says a Fox 59 report.
The billboard, seen going southbound I-465 near the Washington Street exit mocks the prophet Mohammed as “The Perfect Man.”
The billboard then lists six bullet points about Mohammed to describe him. The points include: “Married a 6-year-old,” “Slave owner & dealer,” “rapist,” “Beheaded 600 Jews in one day,” “13 wives, 11 at one time” and “Tortured & killed unbelievers.”
“I was a little disappointed when I saw that,” Farial Khatri of the Islamic Society of North America told Fox 59.”
The definition that fits Islamophobia best, is “An unbeliever who knows too much about Islam”.
That definition fits the reaction to Islamophobic events by Muslim groups far more often than it does not. It certainly does here.