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Hot Springs firing range declared a "Muslim free zone" by its owner

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Jan Morgan, the proprietor of a Hot Springs business called The Gun Cave Indoor Shooting Range, announced on social media Sunday that she is banning all Muslims from her establishment. It's a public safety move, says a statement on her website elucidating her reasoning for excluding 23 percent of the world's population from her clientele.

Remember, the Fort Hood shooting, the Boston bombings and that recent atrocity in Oklahoma were committed by Muslims (or rather, muslims, to use Morgan's preferred house style). Also, 9/11. The Koran directs Muslims to slaughter non-believers, she says. "This is more than enough loss of life on my home soil at the hands of muslims to substantiate my position that muslims can and will follow the directives in their Koran and kill here at home," she writes.

We'll be eagerly awaiting forthcoming proclamations from Jan Morgan that ban young white men from The Gun Cave on similar public safety grounds

Morgan also says she's been the target of death threats from muslims as a result of her writings about the Koran, which, by the way, "contains 109 verses commanding hate, murder and terror against all human beings who refuse to submit or convert to Islam." It's her responsibility to keep patrons of the Gun Cave safe, she says, and allowing Muslims in a firing range is obviously courting disaster. 

Guns really are a wonderful thing, as long as they're kept exactly where the Founding Fathers intended them to be — in a white, Christian, well-regulated militia.

The Constitution doesn't protect Islam, Morgan believes. She concludes with the following statement: "I will do whatever is necessary to provide a safe environment for my customers, even at the cost of the increased threats and legal problems this decision will likely provoke."

Likely? "Inevitably" might be the right word she's looking for: bring on the civil rights lawsuit.

And let's close with a prayer from Deuteronomy 13:13-18 about how good Christians treat those of other faiths:

13 Certain men, the children of Belial, are gone out from among you, and have withdrawn the inhabitants of their city, saying, Let us go and serve other gods, which ye have not known;

14 Then shalt thou enquire, and make search, and ask diligently; and, behold, if it be truth, and the thing certain, that such abomination is wrought among you;

15 Thou shalt surely smite the inhabitants of that city with the edge of the sword, destroying it utterly, and all that is therein, and the cattle thereof, with the edge of the sword.

16 And thou shalt gather all the spoil of it into the midst of the street thereof, and shalt burn with fire the city, and all the spoil thereof every whit, for the Lord thy God: and it shall be an heap for ever; it shall not be built again.

17 And there shall cleave nought of the cursed thing to thine hand: that the Lord may turn from the fierceness of his anger, and shew thee mercy, and have compassion upon thee, and multiply thee, as he hath sworn unto thy fathers;

18 When thou shalt hearken to the voice of the Lord thy God, to keep all his commandments which I command thee this day, to do that which is right in the eyes of the Lord thy God.

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