KENTUCKY: CAIR manages to get Muslim family of five FREE HOUSING which they were denied by the state

Muslims sure know how to work the system. CAIR-Ohio recently helped a northern Kentucky Muslim family obtain a housing voucher benefit that they claim they were denied based on alleged religious and national origin discrimination.


CAIR  The family of five applied for a housing voucher in 2012. In May, 2013 the local housing authority denied the benefit and the family complained that the housing authority wrongly denied them benefits based on national origin or religious discrimination. The family came to CAIR for help. CAIR worked with the Kentucky Commission on Human Rights (KCHR) and the local housing authority to get the negative decision reversed. The family was recently notified that their voucher had been approved. 

“We are very pleased to be successful in helping this family receive the taxpayer-funded benefit that was denied to them,” said CAIR-Cincinnati Staff Attorney Booker Washington. “Because of this family’s fight for free handouts, the local housing authority will be monitored to make sure other Muslim entitlement whores do not experience discrimination based on their national origin or religion. 

Muslim families are increasingly finding themselves the target of discrimination in many facets of life. CONTACT: Muslim convert Karen Dabdoub, 513-281-8200,