CAIR Nazis object to FBI questioning of Muslim students

It isn’t profiling when the terrorists about whom the FBI is interviewing the students are Muslim terrorists from their community.

The Minnesota chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, or CAIR-MN, says it’s received an increasing number of reports from students who say they have been interrogated by the FBI on Minnesota campuses. The group says the interviews focus on allegations that Somali men have left Minnesota to go to Somalia and fight in that nation’s civil war.

CAIR-MN Civil Rights Director Taneeza Islam said, “Students’ legal rights need to be upheld and they aren’t currently being afforded the only true legal protection they have when talking to the law enforcement-an attorney.”

The only rights CAIR wants to protect are the terrorists’ rights.