"So far attracted a throng numbering in the dozens..."
As reported by The Washington Times on Aug.15, 2013, an organization that's bestowed upon themselves the nom de politique of the American Muslim Political Action Committee (AMPAC) has planned a "Million Muslim March" on Washington, D.C. this upcoming September.
Demanding their civil rights grievances be heard, the AMPAC's questionable choice for a date also happens to be the 12th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the United States, September 11th, to be exact.
While the AMPAC keeps their amount of members confidential, in today's internet-connected world, a new e-tradition has arose to gauge how popular (or unpopular) any given planned event may turn out to be -- check how many Facebook "likes" the gathering has garnered.
Utilizing this particular internet indicator, the AMPAC has so far attracted a throng numbering in the dozens.
Forty nine to be exact.
To make matters worse, the organizers have decided to change the name from "Million Muslim March" to the more kuffar-friendly "Million American March Against Fear" (MAMAF).
But the site creator failed to ensure that specific Facebook web address was available.
With their main page addy being www.facebook.com/pages/Million-American-March-Against-Fear-on-9-11/222129701260572, the AMPAC's "About" section re-directs readers to their secondary Facebook site, www.Facebook.com/MAMAF.
Unfortunately for AMPAC, www.Facebook.com/MAMAF is currently taken by a blond haired and silver eyed (à la The Doobie Brothers) French beauty who could easily be mistaken for a Hollywood actress or Milan high fashion model.
Marion Fischer, who's recently completed her matriculation at Strasbourg's famed Lycée International des Pontonniers, secured her Facebook address of MAMA.F (apparently for her internet nickname of Mama Fischer) in late 2008, beating out the MAMAF (Million American March Against Fear) by at least five years.
The Ultimate Irony...
Although the stunningly pretty Marion Fischer doesn't disclose any particular religious affiliation, Fischer is a common Jewish name in Europe.
According to JewishPeopleoftheWorld.com, Strasbourg is home to 16,000 members of the Hebrew Faith.