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CAIR Is Very Good At Ignoring Muslim Atrocities

As I write this article it is Tuesday, June 20, at approximately 5:30 PM, Eastern. And since Sunday, June 18, there have been nine Muslim terrorist attacks around the world.


unday afternoon, as we were enjoying an early dinner at one of our favorite restaurants, I began receiving news alerts on my cell phone.

Muslims had stormed a luxury resort in Mali. The end result was two jihadi Muslims dead; gunfire, pandemonium, and hostages taken. I am now seeing 32 of the hostages have been liberated. So far eight Malian soldiers have been killed, and eight others wounded. Imagine the horror for the families who had gathered to enjoy time together at the tourist resort.

I checked, but there was no outcry or condemnation of the terrorist attack by the Muslim mouthpiece front group Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) in America or in Europe.

June 19, Muslims under the ISIS flag attempted a suicide car bombing by ramming a car filled with gas cylinders in a police van at the Champs-Elysees in Paris. Only the grace of God prevented that from being a truly horrific attack.

As before, I checked both the European and American news sources; there was no comment from CAIR.

Today, June 20, Muslim gunmen murdered eight Afghan guards working at the largest American base in Afghanistan. Also today a Muslim suicide bomber ran into Brussels Central Station shouting allahu akbar, where alert armed police took him down before the Muslim terrorist could set off the bomb vest he was wearing. The would be terrorist did manage kill himself, without injuring anyone else. Two other Muslims who were with the suicide-bomber fled the scene.

More disturbing than any of the aforementioned; this morning a colleague reminded me that in October, 2016, ISIS Muslims had murdered 250 Syrian children by kneading them in a dough kneader as they roasted adults alive in a bakery oven. The oldest child was four-years-old. (See: ISIS Kills 250 Kids In Dough Kneader, Burns Adults Alive; Jamie Schram; NY Post; 10/26/2016)

Once again, I checked to see if there had been any reported condemnation by Muslims or CAIR, only to find that as I suspected there was not. In the interest of transparency the left leaning “we provide the truth site” Snopes did declare that the slaughter of the children and adults was “unproven.” I’m going to say that the NY Post and other global newspapers that carried the story with photos and personal interviews know more than Snopes is willing to admit.

A Muslim peace march against terrorism held in Germany over the weekend had more journalists attend than marchers. And of course CAIR was nowhere to be found.

I make the same point I’ve made countless times before and that is wherever there are Muslims there is rape, violence, and terrorism. I repeat my oft-posed question: “At what point do governments admit we have a Muslim problem?”

Groups like CAIR, which along with their spokespersons in suits that cost more than many Americans earn in a week, are quick to use our system of law and justice against us.

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It stands to reason that if a Muslim anti-terrorism march that was well announced beforehand drew more journalists than marchers, there is a problem. And the problem has nothing to do with Americans, Germans, Parisians, or Malians. It has to do with Muslims and what they represent.

Regardless of Muslim sympathizers like Paul Ryan, Obama, and New York’s Bill DeBlasio, the Islamic credo of Muslims is torture, mayhem, female mutilation, terrorism, rape, and ultimately ascendance to key government positions.

Many people believe Obama is a closet Muslim, but I say just wait until America starts electing out-of-the-closet Muslims who were born here and raised hating everything we represent.

Muslims use the same tactics that homosexuals, snowflakes and Antifa utilize. They are the first in front of news cameras and judges complaining about their rights being denied; but they work furiously to abrogate the rights and freedoms of all around them.

We should bombard the offices of CAIR and the other Muslim terrorist front groups and sympathizers with mail. Not threatening them with violence but letting them know we are going to be petitioning against them at every opportunity. We are going to be supporting candidates who support the travel ban and we’re going to look for every opportunity to recall judges who find Islam more appealing than our Constitution.

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Mychal Massie

Mychal S. Massie is an ordained minister who spent 13 years in full-time Christian Ministry. Today he serves as founder and Chairman of the Racial Policy Center (RPC), a think tank he officially founded in September 2015. RPC advocates for a colorblind society. He was founder and president of the non-profit “In His Name Ministries.” He is the former National Chairman of a conservative Capitol Hill think tank; and a former member of the think tank National Center for Public Policy Research. Read entire bio here

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