Terror-linked CAIR-Cincinnati demands ‘Hate Crime’ investigation of alleged threats targeting Muslim Bagheaded candidate for Ohio House

The Cincinnati chapter of the Muslim Brotherhood front group Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) today demanded that state and national law enforcement authorities investigate alleged threats made against a Muslim candidate for the Ohio House of Representatives as a “hate crime.”

Cathina Hourani, Muslim Democrat candidate
Cathina Hourani, Muslim Democrat candidate

CAIR  Cathina Hourani, a Muslim Democrat candidate in the 52nd District, claims to have received threatening phone calls yesterday after a story ran in a local paper about her candidacy. The article was followed by hate-filled and threatening comments. One such comment said in part, ““don’’t elect a Muslim SOB, you should start shooting them!””

Hourani has reported the threats to the proper law enforcement agencies. She is the first Muslim woman to run for public office at the state level in Ohio. (And hopefully the last)

Threats targeting a candidate for public office based on her faith are very disturbing and should be of concern to all Americans (they aren’t),” said CAIR-Cincinnati Executive Director Karen Dabdoub. “We believe the rising level of bigotry targeting Muslims in our nation is a direct result of the Islamophobia industry pumping out this type of hatred on a daily basis.” (Actually, all we’re doing is pumping out legitimate and verifiable news stories about what Muslims are doing around the world so Americans can make up their own mind)

American Muslim delegate Cathina Hourani in 2012 promoted herself as Ohio's first "Hijabi" delegate
American Muslim Democrat delegate Cathina Hourani in 2012 promoted herself as Ohio’s first “Hijabi” delegate