Jul 28 2013
Muslim Brotherhood proxy, CAIR, demands that Barack Hussein Obama condemn the “massacre of pro-Democracy protesters in Egypt”
I must say, I had a hard time typing that headline without falling off my chair laughing.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
CAIR: Obama Must Condemn ‘Massacre’ of Pro-
Democracy Islamofascist Muslim Brotherhood Protesters in Egypt
(WASHINGTON, D.C., 7/27/13) – The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), the nation’s largest Muslim civil liberties and advocacy organization, today called on the Obama administration to forcefully condemn the killing of dozens of pro-
democracy Morsi/Muslim Brotherhood demonstrators by Egyptian security forces.
CAIR also urged the president use the leverage of taxpayer funds being sent to that nation’s military to push for a return to democracy.
In a statement following the mass killing of ori-Morsi protesters, CAIR said:
“We urge an end to the silence over the ongoing massacres of
peacefulviolent pro- democracyIslamofascist activists in Egypt by forces that receive billions of American taxpayer dollars.
“We join with those in Egypt and in the international community who are condemning the violence, including Sheikh of Al-Azhar Ahmed al-Tayyeb, who said he ‘deplores and condemns the deaths of a number of
martyrsIslamofascists who were victims of today’s events.’
“Condemnations came from across the political spectrum, including from Mohamed ElBaradei (Muslim Brotherhood wannabe), who strongly condemned the ‘excessive use of force.’ British Foreign Secretary William Hague (good little dhimmi) said: ‘I call on the Egyptian authorities to respect the right of peaceful protest, to cease the use of violence against protesters, including live fire, and to hold to account those responsible.’
“Without a clear condemnation of the killings, we send the message that even more repressive measures may be taken against the demonstrators. (One can only hope)
“The clearest indicator of our nation’s revulsion at the killings would be to suspend all American military aid until the violence stops and democratic freedoms are restored.” (How can you restore something that was never there in the first place under Morsi?)