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

Submitted by John R (United States), Sep 4, 2006 at 17:25

As Ruberry points out, CAIR fancies itself a civil rights organization, but is it the normal work of a civil rights organization to recommend that a private institution fire an employee, thereby depriving him of his livelihood (not to speak of the health insurance required for his serious kidney condition)? Some might conclude that CAIR is no civil rights organization; that would certainly fit with

CAIR is a civil rights organization. For Muslims. I do not take CAIR's dialectics so seriously because they are a joke. They're a joke therefore they bother me little. What attracts my attention are tweedledum and tweedledee: ACLU and The New York Times. When they talk, people listen. ...

John R.
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