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CAIR v Whitehead Similarities

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Submitted by Mark Roth (United States), May 30, 2007 at 08:08

Strikingly reminiscent of the result in the Andrew Whitehead adv CAIR lawsuit in Virginia. I guess where there is smoke there is fire. I would suggest that the parallels would make for an interesting case for support for the claims of those who suggest that all of these moslem "civil rights" groups are much more insidious. It might be the proper subject of an article demonstrating that these groups are, in fact, front groups for the moslems in the War for Islamic Hegemony and represent the public face of the fifth column.

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