Its routine: they bomb you and then they complain that there is a ‘backlash’ that never materialises.
“Discrimination against Muslims has been a real dynamic in the United States,” said Christina Warner, campaign director of Shoulder-to-Shoulder, a national interfaith alliance of Muslims, Jews and Christians who combat anti-Muslim prejudice. “We’ve already seen some reports falsely identifying the perpetrator as a Saudi individual when he was just a witness.” … Â David Gibson and Lauren Markoe, Religion News Service/Â April 16, 2013 via Mullah
Boston bombings: Muslims fear another ‘hysteria’
“On one hand, some want to jump on the bashing of Muslims and Islam because those are coded words for saying ‘Islam is the problem,’”Al-Marayati said. “On the other hand, Al Qaeda is a real threat. But terrorism has no religion.”--Â By Robin Abcarian/April 16, 2013 Â Â More obfuscation about the blasphemous and evil ‘god’ of terror atÂ Los Angeles Times
And you thought terrorism has no religion….?
“Let the Americans feel the pain we endured by their armies occupying Iraq and Afghanistan and killing our people there”–Â Mohammad al-Chalabi, Jordan
Which proves that all Muslims, like all dogs, share similar characteristics, regardless where they live. Its them against the kuffar:
The hide and the hubris:
Hamas & Muslim Brotherhood Front CAIR Â springs into damage control mode:
I dare say America doesn’t need to be cursed by CAIR:
CAIR is not aÂ Â civil rights organization, it is exactly the opposite, despite the BS in the media:
(WASHINGTON, D.C., 4/15/13) — The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), the nation’s largest Muslim civil rights and advocacy organization, this evening condemned the bomb attacks earlier today on the Boston Marathon that left at least two people dead and many more injured.
CAIR urged all Americans to pray for the victims and their families and asked the Boston-area Muslim community to donate blood for those who were wounded.
In a statement, CAIR National Executive Director Nihad Awad said:
“American Muslims, like Americans of all backgrounds, condemn in the strongest possible terms today’s cowardly bomb attack on participants and spectators of the Boston Marathon.
“We urge people of all faiths to pray for the victims and their loved ones and for the speedy recovery of those injured. We also call for the swift apprehension and punishment of the perpetrators.
“While spiritual measures can serve to comfort those in physical and emotional pain, we also call on Muslims and others in the Boston area to donate blood through the Red Cross as a concrete show of support for the bomb attack victims. Those who were participating in the marathon or were watching the event should contact authorities with any potential eyewitness information they may have.”
The Washington-based civil rights organization urged Muslims to listen to government announcements to determine other steps they might take to help first responders and those impacted by the tragic event.
CAIR is America’s largest Muslim civil liberties and advocacy organization. Its mission is to enhance the understanding of Islam, encourage dialogue, protect civil liberties, empower American Muslims, and build coalitions that promote justice and mutual understanding.