Tuesday, May 08, 2007

CAIR condemns NY six, warns of "anti-muslim backlash"

This organization never misses an opportunity to gain attention. A late day whine-o-gram included a statement regarding the six muslims who planned an attack on Fort Dix. The CAIR spin doctors released the following statement;
"Based on the information gathered in this case, it seems clear that a potentially deadly attack has been averted. We applaud the FBI for its efforts and repeat the American Muslim community's condemnation and repudiation of all those who would plan or carry out acts of terror while falsely claiming their actions have religious justification.
We continue to urge American Muslims to be vigilant in reporting any suspected criminal activities that could harm the safety and security of our nation.
CAIR also requested that media outlets and public officials refrain from linking this case to the faith of Islam.
And here's the money quote;
The council asked mosques and Islamic institutions in New Jersey and nationwide to report any incidents of anti-Muslim backlash."

Yes, the dreaded backlash, Americans have repeatedly sought vengeance against the islamic community when these acts of terror come to light, right?

CAIR is on a campaign to separate these self-proclaimed jihadis from the islamic religion. When you read the indictment it becomes crystal clear these muslims intended to inflict terror in the name of islam. That's the conclusion I came to in spite of the forced double speak imposed on law enforcement officials. The liberal leaning MSM serves CAIR well by manipulating the facts and using semantics to cloud the true issue. By their own admission these 6 men are islamic terrorists. Does anyone have the testicular fortitude to call a spade a spade?


SkyePuppy said...

"Anti-Muslim backlash?" They wish!

Malott said...

Methinks CAIR is much more concerned with "Muslim Backlash" than with Muslims lashing out with terrorism.

Great post.

janice said...

CAIR refuses to admit islam has a problem and is in need of a reformation.

My biggest issue (among other things) with islam is their inability to separate religion from politics. It's a religion of works and deeds, not faith.

I'm reading a great book called "AntiChrist - Islam's Awaited Messiah" by Joel Richardson. Very scary stuff.