Skip to comments.Cair is Shocked! Shocked! FBI Visits Some Muslims Who Travel to Somalia
Posted on 02/23/2011 10:42:18 AM PST by grassboots.org
The same week Somali Pirates killed Christian's bearing Bibles, The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) has teamed up with the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and is suing the FBI for surveillance of the Muslim community, particularly those who have traveled to Somalia, Pakistan, and Yemen. Last fall, CAIR sued the state of Oklahoma for passing an anti-Sharia Law statute.
CAIR has ties to both the Muslim Brotherhood (which was responsible for the assassination of Anwar Sadat of Egypt) and Hamas.
If the story is correct this was not secret surveillance, but rather the asking of questions.
In other breaking news, drug dealers are suing the DEA for targeting crack houses, and vice squads all over the country have been sued by prostitution rings for targeting - Shocking as it may sound! - brothels.
What's next, will they check out casinos for gambling?
Can anyone tell me the law affecting priracy on the ‘high seas’?
Ive been on the battlefield my friend. Okay? Dont try to blow sunshine up my butt and tell me
You attacked us! I went to Muslim countries to defend the freedom of Muslim people. Dont come up here and try to criticize me
Put the microphone down and go home.
CAIR and its sisters groups need to be shutdown,, now.
We can’t afford to allow subversive groups like this to work from within our borders to destroy our way of living as a free people albeit with some social warts.
The FBI did the right thing. They should not be intimidated by jihadi thugs.
They were asked if they were now or ever had been members of the Power Squadron and went to train pirates
CAIR = the enemy within US borders. They have brought suspicion upon themselves and our survival depends on keeping these people under close scrutiny. If they do not like it then they need to leave this country.
Maybe captured pirates can be tossed overboard. Sharks need to eat?
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