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September 22, 2010

Islamist group CAIR accused of Using Lawsuits and Intimidation to Make Islam "Dominant"

Topics: Political News and commentaries, Understanding Islam

A new article by the Daily Caller suggests that CAIR, theso-called but anything but "moderate" Council on American-Islamic Relations, regularly uses lawsuits to attack and intimidate those who speak out against the organization in an attempt to make Islam "dominant" and the "only accepted religion on earth"

Jonathon M. Seidl discusses the article and points out that the article's claim is in complete agreement with what CAIR's founder Omar Ahmad told the San Ramon Valley Herald in 1998 that Islam is not in America to stand idly by: "Islam isn't in America to be equal to any other faith, but to become dominant. The Koran, the Muslim book of scripture, should be the highest authority in America, and Islam the only accepted religion on Earth." (emphasis added)

Seidl also suggests CAIR seems to be training the next generation to pick up the torch. In a video posted on its website, it touts a conference where attendees will be trained in "public speaking, negotiations, on-camera interviews, how to defend your civil rights, and how to challenge islamaphobia."


By "challenging Islamophobia" - let there be no doubt that CAIR considers any kind of dissent against the Islamist to be something that is an obsticle to their pursuit of Islamization of America.

And for CAIR's edification, just because one happens to disagree with the tenets and culture of Islamists (i.e. - intolerance, violence, domination over other faiths and cultures, etc.), the Islamist agenda to increase Islam's influence and control over our lives and our laws (as stated by its founder), Islamists' expectation of reverse-assimilation (in which the host country adopts the culture of Islamists instead of the other way around), doesn't mean that one is Islamophobic (a made-up word that is in fact a lie). To disagree with and defend against Islam and its agenda is both rational and common commonsensical.

British humorist Pat Condell helps make this clear (take the time to watch the entire clip - he begins to address the word Islamophobia at 3:47). Pay particular attention to his discussion of the Muslim Council of Britain, and compare it to CAIR here in the U.S.


Suggested viewings: Educate Yourself About Islam and Jihad

Posted by Richard at September 22, 2010 3:59 PM



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