Hamas-linked CAIR demands police waste their time with yet another hate-crime investigation. How could the woman see who allegedly attacked her with that Muslim supremacist black garbage bag over her head?
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Hey, just found out the guy in the Lexus who tossed a single egg at the Hamas supporter in Brooklyn was waving an Israeli flag. C’mon, Moochelle, let’s see another one your pathetic #hashtags.
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On Saturday afternoon at approximately 1 p.m., a witness reported that two men and a woman surrounded a Muslim woman at the Meridian Mall and attempted to pull off her Muslim dress and full face-covering headbag, then knocked her to the ground. The alleged assailants also reportedly shouted expletives at the 26-year-old woman during the incident.
CAIR “We urge state, local and federal law enforcement authorities to investigate a possible bias motive for this troubling incident and to make every effort to bring the alleged perpetrators to justice,” said CAIR-MI Executive Director Dawud Walid. “We urge public officials to speak out against the anti-Muslim hate that can lead to such attacks.” Walid also noted that the victim was hospitalized for 36 hours complaining of chest pain and numbness in her left arm due to the incident.
It’s now clear that ex-NSA contractor Ed Snowden and his journalist sidekick Glenn Greenwald have an agenda beyond exposing spying abuses. They’re really aiding and abetting the Islamic terrorist enemy.
Glenn Greenwald & Edward Snowden
Investors Business Daily By releasing the names of several Muslim terrorist targets under surveillance by the NSA and FBI in a new expose — “Under Surveillance: Meet the Muslim-American Leaders the FBI and NSA Have Been Spying On” — Snowden and his mouthpiece Greenwald have tipped off the enemy and jeopardized major counterterror investigations.
Glenn Greenwald’s lover David Miranda was detained by Heathrow Security under Terror Act
They make it seem as if the five American Muslim leaders they found listed in NSA and FBI surveillance records were victims of anti-Muslim prejudice, while glossing over the raft of counterterror evidence against them. In fact, the government has court-approved cause to spy on them.
One of the FBI’s terrorist targets — a subject of a FISA court warrant — is the executive director, Nihad Awad, of the Council on American-Islamic Relations in Washington, a group Greenwald describes as a harmless “civil-rights organization,” though the FBI has called it a “Hamas front” and the Justice Department has implicated it in a plot to raise millions for Palestinian terrorists.
NIHAD AWAD (center)
A federal judge OK’d warrants to read CAIR chief Nihad Awad’s email accounts. The FBI showed Awad may be engaged in “certain criminal activity on behalf of a foreign power.” No wonder the agency cut off ties to CAIR and its Palestinian leader. Greenwald has pocketed thousands of dollars speaking at CAIR fundraising banquets.
“There really is no organization with which I’d rather be spending my time, or with which I feel more at home than CAIR,” Greenwald told CAIR’s San Francisco chapter in 2012, though a year earlier the same office issued a poster advising Muslims to slam the door in the face of FBI agents asking for help finding terrorists to prevent another 9/11. “I’m really glad to be a part of anything that CAIR does,” he added, “and to support the organization in any way that I can.”
His support includes interfering in federal investigations. After CAIR lawyers contacted him, Greenwald took classified investigative information Snowden stole and fed it to Awad, knowing the CAIR leader was the subject of a major terrorism probe.
Greenwald’s role in the Snowden saga goes far beyond journalism. He’s a paid shill for a terrorist front group. No wonder he and his co-conspirator hide overseas.
Greenwald speaking at a CAIR banquet
Greenwald has spoken to CAIR on at least two previous occasions and long expressed affinity for the organization. Greenwald told the CAIR-San Francisco Bay Area chapter on November 17, 2012 that “there really is no organization with which I’d rather be spending my time, or with which I feel more at home than CAIR.” Greenwald dismissed critics of CAIR, who contend the organization is terrorist-friendly, as smear merchants. He praised CAIR for its concerted effort to fight alleged oppression of Muslims in the United States and abroad.
“Despite malicious attacks and coordinated smear campaigns, including from our own government, and various other precincts [CAIR] has continued to devote itself relentlessly and really quite heroically to the fight for what I think is quite clearly, far and away, the greatest civil liberties crisis of our generation, at least, which is the persecution of Muslim Americans, and Muslims generally, in the post-9/11 era, which is really an assault on the liberties of everyone.”
The League City City Council passed a resolution which simultaneously closed its city doors to unaccompanied illegal alien children and
unfairly accurately characterized Muslims as terrorists.
CAIR While we are concerned about the humanitarian crisis prompted by thousands of unaccompanied illegal immigrant minors flooding into Texas, CAIR-TX is especially concerned with language used in the resolution which seems to single out Muslims as a threat to border security, an idea for which there is no basis. (Riiiight! I guess more than 23,000 deadly Islamic terrorist attacks around the world since 9/11 is no basis?)
The resolution contains a clause which states that “members of dangerous transnational criminal organizations and radical Islamic terror groups continue to exploit the situation to infiltrate the United States for the purpose of establishing criminal activity, terror cells, and training operations within our homeland.” Specifically identifying “radical Islamic terror groups” gives the false and unfair impression that Muslims constitute a particular threat. (Only muslims consider the truth about Islam to be “unfair”)
The “transnational criminal organizations” named in the clause were not described as members of any particular religion or nationality. Why is Islam singled out? (Surely, you’re joking?)
The resolution bolsters the
false true perception that all Muslims are a threat to this country (They ARE!). It is an unfortunate fact that multiple ideological terror groups exist in Central and North America, including the drug cartels whose wanton violence is well known and in fact constitutes terrorism.
Even the documents which the League City City Council attached to last night’s agenda do not support the claim that there is a significant risk of religiously-based terrorists infiltrating the US through the border. (But it is implied)
Neither of these reports — “Texas Public Safety Threat Overview 2013,” produced by the Texas Department of Public Safety, and “Texas Border Security: A Strategic Military Assessment” by Barry R. McCaffrey and Robert H. Scales — presents meaningful data regarding the risk of terrorism committed by Muslims. (Meaningful to everyone but Muslim terrorists supporters like CAIR)
CAIR-TX appreciates that the council responded to community complaints and made an effort to modify the resolution’s language, but, unfortunately, substituting the word “Islamic” with “Islamist” didn’t erase the implication that Islam is specifically associated with terrorism. “Islamist” is a troubling term, which has no concrete definition but serves to associate the religion of Islam with political ideologies. (Too damn bad)
Whatever the merits of the resolution, we ask that legislators be cautious and fair in their characterization of terror threats and the language they use to describe them.
Muslim woman says she is “so scared for her safety.” Ryan Mahoney, (Irish? president of CAIR) says, “anti-Muslim graffiti writers have hateful opinions of other minority groups, too.” (Nah…you can hate Muslims without hating anybody else)
Don’t blame CAIR, I blame the Judenrat Public Defender, Howard Finkelstein (photo right), in Broward County for bending over and kissing the feet of the same people who would slit his Jewish throat if they had the chance.
CBS Local Two Broward County assistant public defenders who reportedly made disparaging remarks about Palestinians on Facebook have been fired. Public Defender Howard Finklestein confirmed that attorneys Bruce Raticoff and Gary Sheres were terminated.
“You can’t engage in hate filled speech that interferes with this office,” said Finklestein. “It sickens me. I didn’t agonize over this because we represent equal justice.”
The remarks were made in response to a Facebook post which claimed Palestinians were celebrating the kidnapping and murder of three Israeli teens. On the post Sheres commented “They are the filthy swine. They don’t eat. Their ignorance to the world bewilders the dumbest people I have ever met.”
The comment “That’s why the Palestinian people are considered the cockroaches of the world. Reprehensible and despicable with utter disregard for civility and humanity. Burn them to the ground,” appeared a short time later next to Raticoff’s Facebook icon. Raticoff said it wasn’t him. Raticoff says a relative is responsible but he defends her right to free speech. “For the public defender to trample on constitutional rights. It’s outrageous,” said Raticoff.
Sheres said he was talking specifically about the Palestinians in the article: those who kill people or celebrate in the murders, according to the paper.
A day after the posts were made, the Florida chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-Florida) called on Finkelstein and State Attorney Michael J Satz to launch an investigation into the hateful posts.
“We are extremely concerned that two public officials have such deep hatred for Palestinians and are appearing to advocate violence by asking people to ‘Burn them to the ground,’” said Nezar Hamze, regional operations director of CAIR-Florida, said in a statement at the time. “Somebody with that hate can’t possibly treat people equally.”