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Reader comment on item: CAIR's Hate Crimes Nonsense

Submitted by No dhimmi (United States), May 22, 2005 at 02:24

There are ways to counteract the lies that CAIR spreads.

1. Recently on the website for Jihadwatch, I learned of an individual in California who rented a billboard that referred to dhimmitude. If you aren't familiar with the word, it is the state of non-muslims in the Islamic state. Basically, Christians and Jews are relegated to second-class citizenship. Concerned citizens could band together and rent a billboard for a month. Lamar signs in a national business that rents out billboards. They have a website with all of their offices in the US.

2. Another is to print up business cards that can be left all over a city i.e. libraries, malls, restaurants, churches and synagogues. I am having business cards printed up that say "Dhimmitude = Religious Apartheid." Below it, it will have the website for Jihadwatch, Dhimmitude and Anti-Cair.

3. If there is an expansion of a mosque in your area, look into who is funding it and how large it will be, especially the minaret. See if it is taller than any Church steeples in your city/town. It is symbolic if it is because muslims would see it as a sign of superiority over other religions. Also, download the report from FreedomHouse that details the hate literature that is filling mosques in the US that come from Saudi Arabia. Also, Saudi Arabia funds most of the mosques in the US.

4. Did anyone notice the poor turn-out at the Anti-terrorism rally in D.C. two weekends ago. It was a rally for muslims to come-out and oppose terrorism in the name of their religion. Only 50 people attended. What does that say about the attitudes of muslims living in the US?
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