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May 1, 2007

CAIR's Nihad Awad: 'Muslims aren't playing the victimhood game well enough'

Topics: Understanding Islam

Vigilant Freedom (hat tip - Jihad Watch) notes how for CAIR, it's all about the numbers in the victim hood bullying game, and Nihad Awad, executive director of CAIR, is apparently upset with Muslims who just don't understand how important discrimination reports are to his career/salary/mission:

And Nihad Awad, executive director of CAIR, has problems getting the numbers he needs to prove that Muslims are subject to unusual discrimination. This could be a real embarrassment for Awad, because if Muslims are actually doing well in the U.S., maybe they don't need CAIR. And that could mean all that fine Saudi and UAE money is going to the wrong group. Or maybe that most American Muslims don't want their kids to be part of the future Muslim Brotherhood Caliphate after all. What's even worse - all those reports of discrimination cases against Jews (couldn't be anti-semitism, must be better reporting....). So frustrating for Awad and his Royal backers!
Vigilant Freedom Center received a recording from the April 27, 2007 CAIR briefing on the 6 Imams, at the Muslim ADAMS Center in Virginia.
CAIR advertised the meeting as "Cair Hosts Town Hall Meeting on Airport Profiling." The speakers were Nihad Awad, CAIR Executive Director, Khadija Athman, CAIR Civil Rights Manager for CAIR, and Imam Magid from the ADAMS Center.
Audio and much more commentary here, including CAIR tactical plans.

Posted by Richard at May 1, 2007 3:06 PM



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