Skip to comments.CAIR Targets Morsi/Brotherhood Critics
Posted on 12/06/2012 11:49:03 PM PST by Olog-hai
While Egyptians take to the streets to oppose what they claim is a nascent tyranny, Morsi and his Islamist government can count on support from the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR). For example, CAIR-Los Angeles boss Hussam Ayloush praised Morsi for assuming more power in order to prevent corrupt judges from the undermining and undoing of every democratic step.
In a Facebook post, Ayloush blamed Egypts internal strife on the secular opposition: Much of the Egyptian opposition seem to be more interested in opposing Morsi and the MB than actually helping Egypt become a stable and institutional democracy.
CAIR-New Yorks Cyrus McGoldrick disparaged criticism of Morsi as a last stand by old pro-West/Mubarak/Israel crowd to keep power in judiciary.
CAIR-San Francisco chief Zahra Billoo dismissed American concerns that the Islamist-backed draft constitution wouldnt protect human rights. Why do we care about what the Egyptian Constitution says about indefinite detention, when it is being practiced by the U.S. government? she wrote in a Twitter post Monday.
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Am I imaging things, or did I read the other day here at FR that Grover Norquist was somehow connected to CAIR and was pro Muslim. This makes me fear that his rigid anti-tax pledge which now is going to hurt our military if we go over the “cliff” may have sinister implications. Anyone have more info on this?
That kind of stuff goes back some years.
And Wikipedia has a strange description of Norquist as a “conservative libertarian”, which implies more than a little mutual exclusivity between the ideologies, but more similarity to Ron Paul (especially related to Islam).
CAIR gives head to islamists through a chain link fence.
CAIR is EVIL.