Saturday, May 13, 2006

United 93 alleged backlash is unconfirmed

My post regarding the 3 muslim women assaulted by United 93 viewers appears to have others wondering about the validity of the incident. Northeast Intelligence Network did some digging into the allegation, starting with a request for a copy of the police report. Now, one would think such a "fearful" incident would warrant at least a police report, right? How about alerting mall security? Nope, Bushra Khan and her companions made a bee-line to the CAIR Arizona office and sent a message out to each of the 31 CAIR offices in the U.S., detailing the incident and their concerns. I thought the whole thing was bogus when I received the CAIR "whine-o-gram" email. Normally the FBI would have been called and a press conference held on the steps of the national headquarters. Not this time, just a call for tolerance and more education of the infidels, blah, blah, blah.



4 comments:

SkyePuppy said...

I saw the "news" reports too. The minute I saw that the "victim" was a member of CAIR, I was suspicious. And then to see that the "verbal abusers" were middle-aged confirmed the falseness of the accusation. Older people tend not to use that kind of language.

And why would this be the only report of anti-Arab backlash in the entire country? CAIR's claims of abuse will soon be given as much attention as the boy who cried wolf.

jihadi tracker said...

One can only hope, Skye. This terorist front organization gets to much attention as it is.

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