Folks, please continue to raise your antennae about CAIR, the dangerous Washington, D.C.-based Council on American-Islamic Relations.
In a press release accusing WorldNetDaily of “demonizing Muslims,” CAIR denied its chairman of the board, Omar Ahmad, made the statement declaring the Quran should be America’s highest authority, and said it is seeking a retraction from the newspaper that published the story July 4, 1998.
However, Lisa Gardiner, the reporter, said the statement in question is her paraphrase but insisted it is accurate, she stands by her story and will not retract the story.
Joseph Farah, the creator and editor of World Net Daily, says:
“CAIR’s leadership has an Islamic totalitarian mindset just like their funders in Saudi Arabia and their friends in the Hamas terrorist group. They dish it out pretty well, but they can’t take any criticism – not even e-mails! You should see the hate mail I get from CAIR’s members. It would make your hair stand on end.”
Farah added: “These extremists like to try to intimidate people, but they can’t stand up like men and take it. Now they are running to the Justice Department for help. Fortunately for us, we don’t have Shariah law in this country; we live free under the U.S. Constitution.”
For more info on this terror front, visit Anti-CAIR, a site worthy of support.