Thursday, May 17, 2007

CAIR finally has "Fort Dix Six" backlash victim

You knew it was only a matter of time before CAIR successfully turned the Fort Dix terrorist case into their own victim-fest. A May 8th whine-o-gram warned us, the media and law enforcement to "refrain from linking this case to the faith of Islam."
And right on cue, an islamophobe attacked a New Jersey muslim. CAIR-NJ will hold a news conference on Friday about the alleged assault and a witness will be in attendance. CAIR officials believe the assault was provoked by the arrests of six islamic radicals who were apprehended for "allegedly" planning to attack Fort Dix. (Yes, we Americans are a blood-thirsty bunch!) The victims attorney says “she’s going to need counseling now,” and “she’s afraid to leave her house.” Poor woman, how would this have played out in an islamic country? She surely wouldn't be driving alone to the laundromat.

And here we have CAIR, "Johnny on the spot," issuing a statement (not unlike Jesse or Al) stirring the stink pot, crying foul and demanding "justice" for their victim.

CAIR-NJ officials believe the assault may have been prompted by the recent arrests of six Muslims who were allegedly plotting to attack Fort Dix. The alleged assailant reportedly shouted: “You (expletive) Muslims are here to bomb this country, you should all die. I want to kill all of you Muslims.” At the news conference, CAIR-NJ will commend local law enforcement authorities for how they have handled the case so far and will ask that the alleged perpetrator be prosecuted to the full extent of the law.

This account is eerily similar to the reported "backlash" the muslim community suffered after the "Flight 93" movie opened across the country. I posted on it here, here and here. I'm going to make a prediction, this "backlash" and the "witness" is going to all be connected somehow to CAIR.

Douglas J. Hagmann, director of the Northeast Intelligence Network, will be keeping an eye on this as events develop following the press conference on Friday. This muslim civil rights group has nefarious intentions and must be scrutinized.


SkyePuppy said...

That's it? That's the "backlash?" One Muslim woman got yelled at?

Run for the hills! It's an epidemic of vicious attacks!

janice said...

Yes, that's the "backlash" that warrants a "press conference" on the islamophobia epidemic in America!