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CAIR: Civil rights for Muslims and Death for others. And the more pro-Jewish, the more dead.

Reader comment on item: CAIR's Twisted Stand on Academic Freedom

Submitted by rick (United States), Sep 1, 2006 at 17:31

Just as the KKK will fight for the civil rights of people who hold their view but would love to simply ban African and Jewish Americans from the US, so too CAIR is entirely selective in whose civil rights they champion. The story of Professor Klocek is illustrative.

Cair is fighting not to expand human and intellectual rights but rather to deny Klocek his First Amendment rights. By having the audacity to debate anti-Israeli students Klocek should be fired. The Muslim students were so offended by Klocek's remarks that letters were immediatley sent to the admisitration demanding his ouster. These remarks did not come even in the classroom but on a campus political desk the Muslims had set up to distribuite anti-Israel and anti-Semitic literature. And especially don't forget that DePaul University, where this all took place, is a school which not only allows but reaps honors on a sick minded, crackpot, anti-Semitic C- scholar, Norman Finkelstein who has been thrown out of other schools in which he tried to get tenured. So the Muslims has good friends in high places at DePaul U.

If the offended is a Muslim, regardless of the circumstances, CAIR will defend him but if one is offended by a Muslim CAIR has no interest unless it can work to do harm to whomever dares to question Muslim, anti-semitic doctrine.

One can say they are First amendment Islamo-fascists.


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