David: The first week or two I would really dread when we'd do anything at the Mosque. I felt like I was betraying my faith, betraying my family. No one can really experience what it's like to be discriminated against until you do. I'm an Anglo-American and I have never felt like a minority anywhere I've went and the whole time I was up there I was kind of the odd man out. It was a pretty unsettling feeling. I came back just realizing that they're just some of the most awesome people, very compassionate and devoted, productive. I think we could use several million more of them, to tell you the truth. I will defend these people and defend their faith because you can't stereotype one and a half billion people, or even 500 people, for the actions of five.
Morgan: When you hear Muslim what do you picture? What does a Muslim look like?
David Stacy: I picture a woman with a sheet or having the face covered, and I think of men with an AK-47 at war with someone.
David walks out the door gesturing to his muslim friends behind him.
"Did he just flip me off?"
"No he went like this, its a peace sign, dude."