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California: CAIR throws a hissy fit, plans to file a complaint about mayor’s remarks with the civil rights division of the U.S. Justice Department
So what do you think caused the outrage of the self-appointed “Muslim advocacy” group? Apparently, the mayor’s statement that the town of Lancaster is “growing a Christian community”.
Obviously, Christian schools stand in the way of America’s Islamization, and we can’t have that. Islamic hate indoctrination however is just swell:
John Cosgrove, began his speaking time asking about the septic system at the campus. He ended it with an attack on the content of the school’s textbooks. “I submit no Catholic textbook has anything near the venom and demonstrated incitement to murder as these Saudi textbooks,” Cosgrove said, “and rather than rushing to congratulate them on what they’ve removed, ask them what it was doing there for 20 years in the first place?” Â More from Islamization Watch
(LA Times) Lancaster Mayor R. Rex Parris drew criticism from a leading Muslim group today after saying in his annual State of the City address that the high desert town was “growing a Christian community.”
“We’re growing a Christian community, and don’t let anybody shy away from that,” Parris told the audience of ministers gathered for his address.
“I need [Lancaster residents] standing up and saying we’re a Christian community, and we’re proud of that,” the mayor said.
The Greater Los Angeles area office of the Council on American-Islamic Relations denounced the statement and said it plans to file a complaint about the mayor’s remarks with the civil rights division of the U.S. Justice Department.
“Elected officials should not use their public positions to impose their religious beliefs on others,” said Hussam Ayloush, executive director of the Los Angeles chapter of CAIR.
You just gotta love it when a Muslim supremacy group tries to teach somebody that they shouldn’t impose their religious views on others.
I like the mayor’s response.
The mayor, reached by telephone today, said his remarks did not intend to impose his faith on others, and he said he would make no apology.
“This is just about very few people wanting to get their 15 minutes of fame,” he said. “I guess they got it.”
Kudos to the Lancaster mayor for telling the bitches that they are just that, bitches.