CAIR: Cabal of Arab-Islamic Radicals
Reader comment on item: Voice of America – CAIR's Shill
Submitted by Dr RJP (United States), Oct 3, 2006 at 15:49
Bogus research produces bogus results. That is all you need to know about what CAIR is doing in its surveys.
Disraeli once said that, "There are lies, damn lies, and statistics." I would add "Muslim propaganda" to the end of the list.
The whole notion of anti-Muslim sentiment in the US is to give groups like CAIR a reason to stifle any criticism or scrutiny of Muslims, especially radical ones.
What burns me is the real research showing the very disturbing rise in anti-Jewish acts in America and Europe committed nearly exclusively by Muslims. They are also directly responsible for ratcheting up anti-Semitism in non-Muslim groups as well (like American liberals) by their continued lies about israel and their incessant racist slurs against Jews in their media, their classrooms, and most importantly, in their mosques.
So bogus are CAIR claims that they complained about the film, "United 93" without even watching it. They said that it would lead to increases in "Islamophobia" and acts of aggression against Muslims. Never happened in real life.
Of course, the shills that work for them reported that it did. Big surprise here!
CAIR doesn't give a rat's posterior about anything and anyone except themselves and promoting the islamic takeover of America and other Western democracies.
It is absolutely outrageous to have them on Voice of America. It would be like having Tokyo Rose on VOC during WWII!
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