Monday, December 17, 2012

  • CAIRConn. City Supports Mosque After Lawsuit, Fed Inquiry (AP)
    "We are absolutely glad to see this," said Mongi Dhaouadi, executive director of [CAIR-CT]. "We're going to let the process play itself out and hopefully we'll celebrate at the end as a whole community in Norwalk."
  • CAIR-SFBA Builds Partnership with Japanese American Community
    The Japanese American Citizens League (JACL), in collaboration with the San Francisco Bay Area Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) and the Tule Lake Committee, will be sponsoring a program whose goal is to bridge communities and build partnerships of understanding.
  • CAIR: America's #1 Syndicated Columnist Says 'Islam is a Copycat Religion'
    Cal Thomas: "Did you know that Jesus and Mohammed are brothers? That's the claim made by [CAIR's] Ibrahim Hooper. . .Islam is a copycat religion, taking from Old and New Testaments; denying some of it, while adding to it. And if you read the last chapter of Revelation, you see God's judgment on people who add to or subtract from his word. There is only one word of God and Muhammed isn't it."
  • Backgrounder: Cal Thomas Compares Muslims to 'Cancer' (2007)
    • 2003: Cal Thomas Echoes Nazi Propaganda
      Thomas, echoing 1930s Nazi propaganda against the Jewish community in Germany, warned of the "dangers" posed by increased Muslim political participation in North America. Thomas wrote: "You don't have to be paranoid to fear where this can lead in Canada and in the United States -- where immigration and births are dramatically increasing the Muslim population. . .If politicians succumb to pressure from Muslim activist groups and equate Islam with the religious and political heritage of this country, we will know that an important beachhead has been attained by our enemies."
    • 2001Cal Thomas Calls for Ethnic Cleansing of Palestinians
      A Cal Thomas column, "Israel Must Rid Itself of the Palestinians Once and for All" (6/5/2001), called for the wholesale "transfer" of the Palestinian people from their historic homeland. Thomas stated: "It should now be clear that Israel cannot tolerate a huge Arab population within its borders. . .Israel should declare its intention to transfer large numbers of its Palestinian residents to Arab nations. . .Eviction is a better avenue to stability. Will it happen? Probably not. Should it? Yes."

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