Christian evangelists arrested at Arab festival in the USA

On Friday four Christian men were arrested and charged with disorderly conduct for allegedly trying to convert Muslims attending the 15th annual Arab International Festival in Dearborn, MI.

Despite a lower court ruling upholding restrictions on proselytizing at an Arab festival in Dearborn this past weekend, a Christian ministry was allowed to walk around and hand out leaflets urging the predominately Muslim festival goers to convert to Christianity because the appeals court issued a last-minute stay of that court order pending appeal of the ruling.

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