PHOENIX - Another anti-Islam rally took place in Phoenix on Saturday morning, where hundreds gathered to protest the religion of Islam.
A crowd gathered in front of the Islamic Community Center in Phoenix, which was organized by anti-Islam activist Jon Ritzheimer.
Ritzheimer, who is a former marine, held a similar anti-Islam rally back in May, but Saturday's event was smaller.
Ritzheimer believes Islam is a dangerous religion that's threatening American lives, and said he's sick of being labeled a bigot and a racist for organizing anti-Islam rallies.
About 200 protestors and counter-protestors met on a blocked off street in front of the mosque, many with posters, American flags and clothing and some with a megaphone.
The rally was mostly peaceful between the groups, but when four neo-Nazis showed up there was an altercation.
Neo nazis being turned away again at another entrance pic.twitter.com/9T37zc69bR— ashley thompson (@AshleytABC15) October 10, 2015
One of the neo-Nazi members was arrested due to outstanding warrants. The other three were kicked out of the rally. The group was turned away multiple times.
Similar rallies were held across the country, all of which were promoted by Ritzheimer.