Wednesday, November 28, 2007

CAIR: Quick on the 'Islamophobia' panic button; silent on Sudan teddy bear crisis

The Council on American-Islamic Relations is hyper-fast in wailing about Islamophobia when it suits them, but when Muslims engage in outrageous behavior they're awfully silent.

While the American Islamic Congress issued a smack-down press release to Sudan, and even the Muslim Council of Britain was "appalled" at Sudan's detention and possible punishment by lashing of Gillian Gibbons, who committed the horrendous offense of naming a teddy bear "Mohammed", CAIR's silence on the Sudan teddy bear crisis is astonishing. OK, maybe just mildly surprising.

As a front for the hard-core Muslim Brotherhood, everybody knows where CAIR stands on these issues, and they sure as hell aren't going to jeopardize the funding they get from Saudi Arabia.


darkpixel said...

Outrage for me, not for thee...

Or something like that. Did we expect anything more?

Eric said...

I just wish FNC or CNN would get Ibrahim Hooper on the air to give CAIR's views on this.

I suspect he's dodging the requests.