CAIR Director To Muslims: Defy Customs, Respond To Questions By Saying “none Of Your Damn Business!”

Could CAIR be any more despicable of an organization?

To be quite honest, I’m sick of getting lectured about “Islamophobia” by a organization that was founded by funds they received from Hamas. We have yet to do so here in the US, but the United Arab Emirates have designated CAIR a terrorist organization.

And they have good reason to. Numerous high-ranking officials at CAIR have been indicted on terror charges – though I guess it’s Islamophobic to point that out. This “Islamophobia” nonsense has gotten so out of hand that freaking Al-Qaeda is using it as a recruitment tool. There are ten times as many hate crimes committed against Jews in America than against Muslims, but CAIR remains awfully silent on Anti-semitism.

Now, CAIR is apparently trying to give the American public reasons to be nervous around Muslims by essentially encouraging them to act out. It’s almost as if they want there to be Islamophobia. Breitbart reports:

The Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) has called on Muslims to openly defy U.S. Customs Agents when questioned on travel from Islamic controlled countries by saying, “None of your Damn Business.”

CAIR’s open defiance of law enforcement has been well documented. In 2011 CAIR, California posted flyers on their website featuring a sinister looking FBI agent with the headlines, “Build a Wall of Resistance,” and “Don’t Talk to the FBI.”


Real nice – refusing to speak with the FBI definitely isn’t going to be suspicious at all.

By the way, when terrorism is a very real threat, why would CAIR openly encourage their fellow Muslims to make the FBI’s job harder for them?

Islamophobia will continue to exist so long as organizations like CAIR give people a reason to be.


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