CAIR is playing the victim card in advance of scheduled protests for this coming Friday and Saturday, October 9th and 10th, dates in which they are expecting to be targeted by what they describe as “hate rallies.” According to the broadcast on the local, non-affiliated Nashville news and weather channel 5, a warning has been issued for mosques around the country.
The newsreader reports that the source of the warning was not a law enforcement agency, but the Islamic advocacy group, CAIR. Of course, anyone not paying attention and mistaking the station for one with actual network affiliation might not realize they are being subjected to pro-Muslim propaganda.
She doesn’t even get their name right, saying, “The Council of American Islam Relations” when it would be correctly reported as either “The Council on American Islamic Relations,” or, more appropriately by their activities as Threatening Expansion, Relocation, Radicalization and Overwhelmingly Reckless Infiltration of Subversive Muslims (TERRORISM).
She cites the statement as urging Muslim leaders to consider institution additional safety measures. She says, “It’s all in response to hate rallies by anti-Muslim extremists targeting mosques nationwide next weekend. A rally is planned outside the Islamic Center of Murfreesboro on Saturday.”
The definition of what constitutes a “hate rally” or an extremist isn’t offered by the pretend news network but it would appear that it is anyone who opposes the invasion of Judeo-Christian America by intolerant Muslims who intend to expand their caliphate within our borders and replace our nation with an Islamic one. If that is the definition, then there are many who would consider hate to be a good thing, an expression of love for their country, their culture and traditions, as well as the future of their descendents.
If America is such an awful, hateful place, why are they so determined to relocate here from the wonderful Middle East? Could it be that they intend to change America and in their view this is a temporary condition that must be eliminated en route to their global conquest?
The video post by CAIR listed the steps following the video as recommended actions to be taken in defense against the “hateful American radicals:”
CAIR’s alert states:
“Media reports and monitoring of anti-Muslim hate sites indicate that a small group of anti-Muslim extremists with a history of violent rhetoric are attempting to organize hate rallies outside a number of mosques across the nation on October 10.
“Organizers of the hate rallies have indicated that participants in states with open carry laws may be armed and that provocations such as the use of live pigs and Quran desecrations may occur.
“The anti-Islam rallies come at a time of increased hate-motivated crimes and bias incidents nationwide targeting persons and property associated, or perceived to be associated, with Islam and the American Muslim community.
“Many of these planned rallies may not take place, or they may consist of only a handful of people shouting slurs at worshipers. But given the recent endorsement of Islamophobia by national public figures, it would only be prudent for mosque and community leaders to prepare for any eventuality.”
CAIR recommends that community leaders immediately:
- Alert local law enforcement authorities to the possibility of a hate rally outside the mosque and request advice about the best way to protect worshipers against possibly armed protesters.
- Request a stepped up police presence on October 9 (Jummah) and on October 10, the day of the nationwide hate rallies. (For a fee, many local police departments will provide officers to be present at a facility during services.)
- Inform community members about the issue and urge them not to be provoked by any hate rhetoric or actions. (Do not engage in a debate or become angry; you do not want to escalate the situation.)
- Ask local elected and public officials to issue statements condemning this campaign of religious intimidation.
- Ask local interfaith partners, police and officials to be present at the mosque as a show of support.
- Prepare signs rejecting hate speech and promoting mutual understanding and religious diversity to be used in any counter-protest.
- Take video of the entire hate protest. Anyone taking video of the hate rally should not get too close to or interact with the participants.
- Immediately report any threatening or potentially-violent actions by the hate rally participants to police.
- Report any bias incidents to police and to CAIR’s Civil Rights Department at 202-742-6420 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Consider scheduling a town hall meeting to discuss the issue of growing Islamophobia and the need for community peace building.
Community leaders are also being asked to implement long-term safety measures outlined in CAIR’s booklet, “Best Practices for Mosque and Community Safety,” which was published in response to previous attacks on American mosques.
A free copy of the booklet may be requested by going to: http://www.cair.com/mosque-safety-gui…
CONTACT: CAIR National Communications Director Ibrahim Hooper, 202-744-7726, email@example.com; CAIR Communications Coordinator Nabeelah Naeem, 202-341-4171, firstname.lastname@example.org
I’m Rick Wells – a conservative writer who recognizes that our nation, our Constitution and our traditions are under a full scale assault from multiple threats. I’m not PC; I call it like I see it. – Please “Like” him on Facebook, “Follow” him on Twitter or visit www.rickwells.us & www.truthburgers.com.