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CAIR Making Bold Step…to Hamas TV

August 11, 2011

Your organization is an unindicted co-conspirator in a terrorist financing trial.  You, and your organization have been closely linked to the Muslim Brotherhood.  You have spent years trying to put on a “moderate” face in order to infiltrate the corridors of power and influence in America. 

Then you appear on terrorist Hamas TV.

According to U.S. government monitoring, [Nihad Awad – ed.] the head of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) was interview by the Gaza-based, HAMAS-run Al-Aqsa Satellite Channel.

And then you start talking crazy:

For his part, Awad considers that the hostility toward Muslims was bound to turn into violence… He believes that the Oslo attacks mark the beginning of “a wave of violence” against the Muslims [emphasis mine-ed.]in the West and against Westerners opposed to the right wing.

I’m not too sure how Awad can say that the Oslo attacks were against muslims, but maybe he sees an attack on anyone who practices good dhimmitude as “against muslims.” 

The hits continue:

As for the United States, he says that they have approached US President Barack Obama to ask him to prevent US security apparatuses from employing such ideologists to “train” political leaders and security commanders because they “increase the gap” between Muslims and non-Muslims.

It is amazing to me how Awad, or anyone from CAIR, can even get in the door of the White House given their links to terrorist groups. 

I am sure the only “ideologists” that CAIR wants “training political leaders and commanders” are their own.

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