Thursday, November 29, 2007

Is the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) “a Group that could be the Legal Arm of Al-Qaeda?”

Finding the courage to stand up to the Council on American-Islamic Relations
By Judi McLeod Thursday, November 29, 2007

Where are you Rush?

Where are you Bill O’Reilly and Sean Hannity?

And what about you, Matt Drudge and Joseph Farah?

The cunning Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), which Internet writer Selwyn Duke calls “a group that could be the legal arm of al-Qaeda” is out to take down radio talk show host Michael Savage.

Correction: CAIR is out to take down Americans and to stifle freedom of speech—Savage is just the chosen icon.

CAIR activities usually get a free ride from the mainstream media. Even cash rich television networks don’t want the inconvenience of litigation, which is CAIR’s best longsuit.

Look at the path of destruction as CAIR carries out its campaigns safe from the media spotlight. They went after National Review Magazine, the mild and silken-voiced radio personality Paul Harvey who wouldn’t hurt the proverbial fly, the producers of the television program 24, who aren’t even in the news business and anyone else they decide is worthy of their vengeance.

In Canada, it was top-drawer journalist David Frum and author Michael Harris--both of whom stood their ground against them and eventually won.

Even as this is being written CAIR has bestselling author and Jihad Watch Director Robert Spencer in its ferocious pitbull jaws.

In a politically correct world where western leaders are terrified to mention the name of the Christian God (Britain’s Tony Blair)—at least while still in office, and where saying “Boo” can find you ostracized, CAIR uses our hard-fought freedoms against us. Free people everywhere must remember that the Freedom of the Common Man’s day in court was never instituted by CAIR.

We cannot stop the ideals that CAIR, in effect, protects such as beheading enemies on public television; the incredibly cruel lashing of rape victims, the IEDs that cut down courageous young troops in Afghanistan and Iraq. The enemy is radical Islam not moderate Muslims. And we can’t stop the enemy from using Anglo-Saxon names from getting jobs at airlines such as Andrew’s Air Force Base where Airforce 1 takes off and lands. We can’t keep the enemy from flooding over American and Canadian porous borders to become the Enemy Within.

But even when CAIR spreads its roots into other innocent-sounding organizations, such as the newly-formed, Hate Hurts America Community and Interfaith Coalition (HHA) that seems able to frighten advertisers into instant capitulation, we can fight them collectively both in court and with our buying power.

A HHA statement released this week said in part: “We have a duty to make sure every person in America is treated with respect and human dignity.

Diversity is what makes this nation so special. The many companies that do not want to be affiliated with Michael Savage’s bigotry and have stopped advertising or refuse to advertise on his show include AutoZone, Citrix, TrustedID, JD Penney, and OfficeMax. Today we are pleased to announce that Wal-Mart and AT&T have joined the growing list of companies that refuse to sponsor Savage’s hate speech.”

The name of the HHA coordinator boasting about advertisers frightened off the Michael Savage show? Sabiha Khan.

Surely it is not HHA’s or CAIR’s “duty”, but ours to ensure that every person in America is treated with respect and human dignity.

“These people know how to use freedom to destroy freedom,” Savage said on his radio show last night. “Let’s pray to God that we’re not destined to relive the Second World War and that we can nip this in the bud.”

We can take courage in this battle that organizations like CAIR and HHA are overlooking one vital detail.

Moderate Muslims everywhere stand against them. Many moderate Muslims now living in the freedom of the United States and in other countries lost family members to radical Islam—and will never, ever forget.

Meanwhile, where are you Rush, Bill, Sean, Matt and Joseph?

If CAIR takes down Michael Savage, they come next for you.



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