Today's CAIR email reports,
"MUSLIMS ACCOSTED BY 'UNITED 93' VIEWERS".
Here's what happened according to the CAIR communique;
The three Muslim women say a white middle-aged couple approached them on April 29 at the Desert Ridge Marketplace in Scottsdale, Ariz., and asked whether they were Muslim. After learning that the women were in fact Muslims, the couple indicated they had seen "United 93" and then said: "Take off your f***ing burqas and get the f*** out of this country. We don't want you in this country. Go home." [Note: Two of the three women are American-born citizens.]
I find it hard to believe a couple would approach 3 obviously muslim women, ask them if in fact they were muslim, proceed to tell them they had seen United 93, then verbally assault them. Sorry, I don't believe it. It appears the islamic community is doing what I call "bit before you're bitten". It's obvious they want the American public to forget all about the attack we suffered nearly 5 years ago, and this movie is seen as a threat to their sedation tactic, United 93 does not allow them to be the victim. So in an effort to draw attention away from the true victim, muslims across the US will be encouraged to report anything that could be construed as a United 93 intolerant backlash.
Another clue that points to a less than truthful event recall is the manner in which CAIR is choosing to handle the assault. Instead of calling for an FBI investigation into this "hate" crime, CAIR-AZ Office Manager Bushra Khan said,
"The couple's verbal abuse had obviously been prompted by their associating all Muslims with those who took part in the 9/11 terror attacks" and "The best way to prevent this type of stereotyping and intolerance is to educate ordinary Americans of all faiths about Islam and Muslims". Of course, more education for infidels so we can see them as the victims in this war.
It should also be noted that Khan was one of the women involved in the assault, how convenient is that?