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Cair's petition against violence

Reader comment on item: CAIR's Phony Petition [about Nick Berg]

Submitted by Sharon Fleming (United States), Jul 14, 2004 at 14:06

The thing that stuck out for me in this article is that CAIR is condemning violence against "innocent" people. Since they would not consider any American who is assisting an Army which intentionally and unintentionally kills a Moslem in an Islamic country as "innocent" then I would question the sincerity of the organization's statement. That's no big surprise. They do not consider any Israeli, man, woman or child, as an innocent either.

Maybe you could ask them to define "innocent".

Sharon
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