Saturday, June 19, 2010

Court Grants Motion - Pastor Allowed to Distribute Christian Literature to Muslims

Good. HT: Ken

Thomas More Law Center - News: "A three-judge panel of the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals today granted an emergency motion for a temporary restraining order, allowing Pastor George Saieg, a Sudanese Christian, to distribute religious literature and discuss his Christian faith to Muslims attending this year’s annual Arab Festival held in Dearborn Michigan.

The Sixth Circuit’s ruling followed a June 7, 2010, decision by federal District Court Judge Paul D. Borman that sustained the City of Dearborn’s policy of prohibiting Pastor Saieg from distributing his religious material near the festival."

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