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CAIR Package Accidentally Contains the Truth

CAIR Package Accidentally Contains the Truth

I found myself wondering why the Council on American-Islamic Relations had been so quiet since the 9/11/ attacks in Libya and two dozen other Islamic countries.

Since the original 9/11 massacre, every time a Muslim shouts “allahu akhbar” while slaughtering innocents—or is prevented by undercover operations from doing so—CAIR has worried publicly about potential revenge against other innocent Muslims for the act of one, whom they anyway insist doesn’t represent the “real” Islam.

So doesn’t it seem curious that CAIR hasn’t been out front the last nine days condemning their co-religionists for violence and murder against otherwise innocent Americans for the perceived blasphemy of another American?

Here’s Hussam Ayloush, executive director of the organization’s Los Angeles chapter, based in Orange County:

“Violence like this in no way honors any religion or faith,” Ayloush said. “The extremists who carried out these attacks should be strongly condemned not only by Muslims but by all people of conscience.”

Ayloush also called upon people of all faiths to speak out against a “trashy” film that depicts the Prophet Muhammad in a demeaning, even sexual way.

If you think that his moral equivalency was just an accidental juxtaposition, hang on for clarification:

“Whether it’s extremist Jews or Christians who make such films and promote them, or extremist Muslims who riot and murder and commit violence against innocent people, … the discourse should be run and promoted by people of faith, with messages of unity and harmony,” Ayloush said.

Got that?  Producers who make films that Muslims don’t like are “extremists” on the same level as those who commit murder.  This from an organization that portrays itself as moderate and tries to depict Islam as peace-loving.

Poor Ayloush.  It must be tough to put a pretty, public-relations face on a religion which apparently teaches its adherents that they’re entitled to spill blood when someone inflames their tender sensibilities.


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Hey, I have a thought…

Whenever Allah is offended, let HIM do his own dirty work.

I mean, he’s all-powerful, right?

That would relieve CAIR of all that apologia, and the need to manufacture false “backlash” narratives.


1. It must be tough to put a pretty, public-relations face on a religion which apparently teaches its adherents that they’re entitled to spill blood when someone inflames their tender sensibilities.

They look forward to dropping the pretense when the time is ripe. That makes today’s discomfort easier to bear.

2. OT: IMHO there really are moderate Muslims, but they’re keeping their heads down trying to see who the strong horse is.

3. OT, a thought I’d rather not have: I gather that most Muslim violence is against other Muslims. Barring quarantine, maybe problems with Islam will continue until unaligned Muslim masses fear us more than they fear their extremists. 🙁

    gs in reply to gs. | September 20, 2012 at 4:39 pm

    4. For the time being, Islam is not the predominant problem. The predominant problem is the West’s loss of cultural self-confidence. Multiculti insanity is the most obvious symptom.

Has anybody asked Hussam Ayloush, executive director of the organization’s Los Angeles chapter, based in Orange County, whether he has read the Hamas Covenant?

Without the faux-outrage advertising campaign, there would have been no video from a film trailer.

2nd Ammendment Mother | September 20, 2012 at 3:01 pm

How long until we learn that the Libyans and Obama’s ally Sufyan Ben Qumu were in possession of weapons supplied to the rebels by the White House as part of that unilateral action Obama took without notifying Congress?

    You’re barking up the right tree.

    And it probably won’t be long, now that those Obama supplied munitions have been used to take out our Libyan ambassador and three other Americans, before they’ll undoubtedly start showing up on the Palestinian sides of the West Bank and Gaza to put Israeli lives in peril.

    The Obama dung heap grows almost exponentially every single day … and one has to wonder just how much longer his toadies and sycophants in the legacy media can continue to cover up the stench.

…every time a Muslim shouts “allahu akhbar” while slaughtering innocents…

Minor little corrective, here. Christians and Jews are not “innocents”. In Islam, they are infidels.

It has been my experience that the first muslim to speak out against muslim violence is found out later to be tied directly or indirectly to muslim extremists.


2nd Ammendment Mother | September 20, 2012 at 3:44 pm

Carney’s Presser today brought something else to mind….

The Apology Tweet was in response to the big protest about the movie…

Except we now know there wasn’t a big protest….

So, why was there an Apology Tweet?

I normally don’t pay too much attention to the Middle East stuff (most because it’s such an unresolvable quagmire), but this Benghazi thing has me queasy.

Obama is using U.S. taxpayer dollars to run t.v. commercials in Pakistan trying to disavow the contents of the YouTube movie: the U.S. government didn’t make that awful movie, and we’re sorry it’s so horribly vile and offensive, and we respect all religions, and we find the content of the movie disgusting and offensive too. (Now please stop trying to kill us, okay?)

Neville Chamberlain had nothing on Barry Hussein Obama. You’d think a self-professed “student of history” like Barry Hussein would know that cowardice is never rewarded, and appeasement never works.

I heard a quote along the way, but can’t remember it exactly. In essence, it states that if a person speaks of freedom, but only as it pertain to him, then, he’s really not speaking about freedom. However, if he speaks of it and can do so on another’s behalf as well as that of how own, then he’s truly speaking of freedom.

I think similarly the same could be said, for say, tolerance, freedom of speech, etc.

I would like to make a useful suggestion. Since liberals (and MSM) are so enamored of Muslim beliefs and sensitivities maybe we should drive that sensitivity to the nth degree via reductio ad absurdum.

I propose we get a bunch of Muslims to publicly object to the various points of the liberal agenda they would find outrageous whenever the liberal media parades it on TV, radio or print:

1) Women scantily clad and specifically the Slut Walk. Notice that the liberal MSM never asks the opinion of Muslims when uber feminists and their gullible followers dress like whores? Are any of you convinced that Muslims are not offended by such displays when they insist their own females wear burkas?

2) Gay Pride Day. Again notice the liberal MSM never ever asks a Muslim about their offense of what they would consider behavior worthy of stoning to death?

3) Domestic Violence. Has anyone else noticed that the liberal MSM doesn’t cover or comment on Islam teaching that it is ok to beat their wife(s)?

These are just a few of the common liberal supported behaviors that Muslims would be offended about, there are certainly many more. I think it is high time we end the double standard of intentional obtuseness, we call both (liberals and Muslims) of them on it and see what happens. Surely some enterprising journalist would go out on a Friday after the local mosque lets out to interview the faithful as to the “current events” that liberals so dearly love.

Ayloush, do something Muslim men like and bugger off.

When will CAIR describe as extremists all Muslims who denigrate other religions. There is a steady drumbeat of defamation in the Muslim world, through books, newspaper articles, TV shows, movies, and sermons.

conservativegram | September 20, 2012 at 6:33 pm

Incase you missed this excellent piece by Bret Stephens, here is the link–
‘Hasa Diga Eebowai” is the hit number in Broadway’s hit musical “The Book of Mormon,” which won nine Tony awards last year. What does the phrase mean? I can’t tell you, because it’s unprintable in a family newspaper.
On the other hand, if you can afford to shell out several hundred bucks for a seat, then you can watch a Mormon missionary get his holy book stuffed—well, I can’t tell you about that, either. Let’s just say it has New York City audiences roaring with laughter.
The “Book of Mormon”—a performance of which Hillary Clinton attended last year, without registering a complaint—comes to mind as the administration falls over itself denouncing “Innocence of Muslims.”
That’s right, people. The lady who says this in reference to a trailer about Muslims–“America’s commitment to religious tolerance goes back to the very beginning of our nation. To us, to me personally, this video is disgusting and reprehensible.” apparently doesn’t mind when such treatment is given to another religion. I just keep asking asking myself, “How do these people sleep at night?”

BannedbytheGuardian | September 20, 2012 at 9:31 pm

Last Saturday Sydney city shoppers were caught by surprise by the muslim peeps. Muslims have been threatening to do the same his week.

The US embassy has messaged Americans not to go to Hyde park or the Sydney city centre .Bwahbwah -pussies vs pussies.

I have a family member’ 90th birthday to attend or else I would be there to greet them.

I hope they keep it up the next weekend -I am going to have some serious fun .

Bring it on.