Students at the University of Missouri plan to hold an anti-ISIS rally tomorrow that will culminate with the burning of the ISIS flag in the center of campus.
The MU-Young Americans for Liberty announced the event recently to raise awareness of the atrocities committed by the radical Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, and to honor the group’s numerous victims, according to the College Fix.
“ISIS has violated the liberties and freedoms of millions of people through genocide, deadly religious persecutions, modern-day enslavement, sexual violence, use of a chemical weapon, beheadings and mass executions,” MU-Young Americans for Liberty wrote in a statement.
The festivities will start tomorrow afternoon with “a moment of silence for the estimated 250,000 plus murdered by ISIS, followed by brief speeches and will conclude with the burning of the ISIS flag,” the statement read.
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