Tuesday, July 03, 2012

The CAIRing Mask Slips

Dawud Walid, aka Delano Anthony Willis, Jr and head of CAIR Michigan let the mask of Islam as a religion of peace and tolerance slip for a bit when he delivered a couple speeches before some Islamic audiences:

CAIR-Michigan Executive Director Attacks Jews in Two Speeches

As the IPT report notes, Dawud asked, “Who are those who incurred the wrath of Allah?” during his May 25 sermon at the Islamic Organization of North America mosque in Warren, Michigan. Dawud immediately answered his own query in Arabic: “They are the Jews, they are the Jews.”

In the January 2012 speech, Dawud claimed that when Islam’s prophet Muhammad oversaw the mass murder of the vanquished males of the Medinan Jewish tribe Banu Qurayza (accompanied by the enslavement of their women and children), it was both appropriate and not in the least bigoted, i.e., anti-Semitic. Discussing Dawud’s January 2012 Detroit speech, the IPT report observes:

“Did Muhammad order the killing of Jews?” Walid asked in a Twitter post promoting the video [of the sermon]. In response, an Islamist follower wrote, “Yes he did and I agree with it … Well isn’t treason a sentence to death.” Rather than oppose a hateful perspective, Walid merely corrected the follower and reinforced the anti-Jewish sentiment. Muhammad “didn’t order it. Sa’ad ibn Mu’aadh [one of his followers] ordered that punishment. It was a correct one.”

Once again, an Islamist is caught saying one thing in English and quite a different tale to his audience in Arabic when he thinks no one else is paying attention.

CAIR, an unindicted co-conspirator in the Holy Land Foundation terrorism financing case, and which is allied with, if not a part of, the Muslim Brotherhood and allied with HAMAS. CAIR tries to wrap itself in claims that its a civil liberties organization that believes in tolerance, and then they get caught making these statements to their adherents revealing their task as propagandists for the Muslim brotherhood.

CAIR members of course slyly refer to Hamas as "Samah" or "Sister Samah" (Hamas spelled backwards - cute eh?) when discussing it so it can keep claiming it doesn't talk about Hamas.

Apparently such rhetorical tricks are believed by some, otherwise CAIR would have been properly marginalized to the fringe where it belongs long ago instead of having countless meetings with the Obama administration.

CAIR Michigan touts itself as

CAIR-MI’s 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 through education, mediation, media and the law.

Well, Mr. Walid certainly enhanced everyone's understanding of CAIR, Islam, and his coreligionists' beliefs and attitudes with his speeches/sermons, now didn't he?

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