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Reader comment on item: CAIR Attacks the Foreign Policy Research Institute
in response to reader comment: CAIR ALWAYS ATTACKS to defend its one-sided views on Islam

Submitted by Glenda Lough (United States), Mar 27, 2010 at 11:38

A few years ago a bomb exploded in a mosque or attached building and the media was screaming 'Hate Crime'. That lasted about 12 to 15 hours and then a total silence set in. I had my suspicions and they were to be proven correct. A columnist (it may have been this columnist) wrote that the blast from the explosion blew the door outwards, which is the exact opposite for a hate crime. The bomb had been in the building & was ready for use against infidels.

A story broke that some kids were going to shoot up a NJ high school but were arrested first. One of their fathers said the story was not true, they just wanted to have a wild time. It showed a quick shot of part of his head. It was not the hair of a Caucasian or Black or Oriental; it looked Arabic. An American father would have said his kid had been misquoted or his words had been taken out of context. The next time I saw the news clip the visual of the head was gone, you just heard the words.


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