Slideshow: Scenes From Texas Muslim Capitol Day This year's Texas Muslim Capitol Day was marred by an inflammatory Facebook post from freshman state Rep. Molly White and a small but disruptive group of protesters. by John Jordan Jan. 29, 2015 7 PM Students take the Pledge of Allegiance as protesters shout on Jan. 29, 2015. Marjorie Kamys Cotera Screenshot of the Facebook post of state Rep. Molly White, R-Belton, on Jan. 29, 2015. An Israeli flag at the reception desk of White's office in the Texas Capitol. Todd Wiseman White, right, speaks on a women's health panel at the 2014 Texas Tribune Festival on Sept. 20, 2014. Marjorie Kamys Cotera A group of students gather by the south entrance of the Capitol on Texas Muslim Capitol Day on Jan. 29, 2015. Marjorie Kamys Cotera A small but vocal group of protesters look on as Texas Muslim Capitol Day ceremonies get underway on Jan. 29, 2015. Marjorie Kamys Cotera As they do throughout legislative session in Austin, Department of Public Safety officers assigned to the Capitol detail keep an eye on things. Marjorie Kamys Cotera A group of school children look on at the Texas Muslim Capitol Day ceremony. Marjorie Kamys Cotera Protester Christine Weick shouts during the Texas Muslim Capitol Day gathering on Jan. 29, 2015. Weick (identified by the Austin American-Statesman) was later escorted away by DPS troopers after seizing the microphone and disrupting the ceremony. The symbol on her shirt is the Arabic character "Nun," which stands for "Nazarene." Marjorie Kamys Cotera Over shouts of protesters, school kids led the gathering in the Pledge of Allegiance during Texas Muslim Capitol Day on Jan. 29, 2015. Marjorie Kamys Cotera Almost forgotten in the midst of Texas Muslim Capitol Day, an open carry advocate displays his gun and the Israeli flag on Jan. 29, 2015. Get The Brief Never miss a moment in Texas politics with our daily newsletter. Hide all comments Comment Policy The Texas Tribune is pleased to provide the opportunity for you to share your observations about this story. We encourage lively debate on the issues of the day, but we ask that you refrain from using profanity or other offensive speech, engaging in personal attacks or name-calling, posting advertising, or wandering away from the topic at hand. To comment, you must be a registered user of the Tribune, and your real name will be displayed. Thanks for taking time to offer your thoughts. You must be logged in to leave a comment. | Login | Sign Up Your Comment Read More Comments Support our nonprofit newsroom. Donate now.