How low can CAIR go?
When Muslim groups decided to protest the 9/11 Museum for its Islamophobia, they did it the traditional way, with anti-Semitism.
There was the Imam who resigned from the museum’s advisory board accusing it of Islamophobia, and claimed that Jews are a “cancer”. CAIR and other Muslim groups held a press conference at the Interchurch Center at which one of their speakers accused Jews of killing Jesus.
Finally the whole thing was topped with a protest by Muslims protesters against the 9/11 Museum who claimed to be Jews.
Going by CAIR’s photos, I had noted that there weren’t too many Jews, but a whole lot of women in Burkas, but as intrepid videographer Pamela Hall has documented, it was actually much worse than that.
The “Jews Against Islamophobia” protest, aside from the usual handful of elderly Trotskyists associated with radical anti-Israel groups, the protesters were Muslim women in Burkas and Hijabs holding up signs claiming to be Jews.
And the media not only did not report on it, but allowed them to get away with it. There’s no other group that would have been allowed to pull a blatant fraud like this with no one to say a word.
photo credit: Pamela Hall
There are more photos and video at The Silent Majority blog.
Burkas are obviously a sign that we are dealing with a hard line Islamic group. The Hijabs on very young girls are even worse.
Not only were the protesters Muslims, but they were likely gathered from an extremely intolerant mosque.
CAIR and the Muslim groups behind this ugliness owe the Jewish community an apology. But their record of bigotry and support for terrorism against Jews makes that highly unlikely.