Once again, Hamas-CAIR pounces on a divisive, ugly issue that is dividing America and seeks to exploit it for their own nefarious Islamic supremacist demands. Using the violence in Ferguson as a wedge issue, Hamas-CAIR is tying the faux “islamophobia” fiction to the ugly chaos in Missouri. Much like the racebaiter, Reverend Al Sharpton, whom CAIR is honoring at their annual banquet, CAIR means to mine this latest meltdown to further their malevolent, supremacist agenda. Never mind that blacks are oppressed and persecuted in Muslim countries (the word for black people in Arabic is “abeed,” or slave).
CAIR is exploiting the black community for their own malevolent ends.
And why is the media aiding and abetting this obvious subversion? The local FOX affiliate had CAIR’s notorious hater Dawud Walid on a panel to discuss the killing of a young black man in Ferguson. Walid implies that “police brutality” extends beyond the black community to “other suppressed communities.” What is the Executive Director of CAIR doing on a show about race? Islam is not a race, it’s an ideology.
Wherever there is division and hate in America, you can count on Hamas-CAIR to be first on the scene with petrol and a match. Hamas-CAIR’s strategy seeks to break down the fabric of American society and/or further erode American law and order. CAIR’s war on law enforcement counter terror programs has been going on now for well over a decade.
Sharpton and Jackson can be easily bought and Hamas-CAIR knows this. How much are they paying Sharpton to keynote their banquet? No one has failed the black community as much as these so-called leaders.
As for CAIR, their evil knows no bounds. These riots in Ferguson look very much like the Muslim riots in Europe. CAIR may have that in mind as well.
CAIR embracing the race card: New focus or Exploitation? Cultural Jihad, August 18, 2014
… called on imams (prayer leaders) nationwide to devote at least a portion of their khutbas (sermons) for tomorrow’s weekly congregational prayers (jummah) to the issues of racial equality and social justice.
That request comes in the wake of racial turmoil resulting from the fatal police shooting on Saturday of 18-year-old Michael Brown in Missouri.
An article published 8/16/2014 at Onislam.net, an Egyptian based website that frequently functions as a mirror outlet for CAIR statements and related news, highlighted the CAIR action alert started with …
… US Muslims have shared mass condemnations for the incident as a continuation of police profiling, brutality and violence against African Americans.
It should be noted that the details and facts regarding the shooting are still being collected and there have been no indications of profiling but this statement definitely sets the stage for a victim hood theme that CAIR frequently embraces. The article continues with ..
“Despite progress in race relations over the past decades, our nation still has a long way to go to live up to the true American values of equality and justice for all,” the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) National Executive Director Nihad Awad said in a statement obtained by .
The OnIslam article then moves away from the shooting to focus on Muslim issues with ….
Since 9/11, Muslims, estimated between six to seven million, have become sensitized to an erosion of their civil rights, with a prevailing belief that America was stigmatizing their faith.
Muslims’ anger has grown against the New York police following revelations in 2011 by the Associated Press that the NYPD used undercover agents to spy on Muslim communities.
A report by the AP said that the NYPD sent out undercover officers into ethnic communities to track daily life and monitor mosques as well as Muslim student organizations.
Police intimidation was not limited to Muslims.
CAIR’s media campaign related to the Ferguson shooting also included a television appearance featuring CAIR-MI director Dawud Walid :
In addition to CAIR, the Muslim Public Affairs Counsel (MPAC) has focused on the Ferguson shooting. A series of posts on Twitter centering on the race card and suggesting solidarity with Palestinians were made:
CAIR’s motives are apparently being questioned by some in the American Muslim community. An Open letter to CAIR, dated 08/15/2014, has been posted on several Muslim themed websites. The writer points out:
The encouragement to give a Friday sermon to address this issue is far too little, and too late. In fact, without a more concretely sustained response to racial injustices in America—particularly those that impact Blacks, Latinos, and Indigenous Americans—CAIR’s response seems not only reactionary, surfaced and sensational, but even opportunistic; …
The letter also criticizes CAIR for primarily focusing on issues that “confront Arab and Asian peoples.”
COMMENT/ANALYSIS: “Sensational” and “opportunistic” appear to be proper labels for CAIR’s current agenda, especially since Rev. Al Sharpton is scheduled to be honored as the key note speaker for CAIR’s 20th Anniversary Banquet.