CAIR, stung by the Holy Land Foundation terror charity verdict, which confirms Awad, Hooper, and Co. in their status as unindicted co-conspirators, says — predictably enough — that the case was all about hate and not at all about funding jihad terror. But it is — predictably enough — just an assertion, unsubstantiated by any facts.
“CAIR Says HLF Verdict Based on “˜Fear-Mongering,– from CAIR.com, November 26 (thanks to A.):
“We believe this case was based more on fear-mongering than on the facts. It is particularly troubling that the government chose to use testimony from an anonymous witness, which deprives the defendants of their full right to confront their accusers. We expect the defendants to appeal this verdict and believe that it will eventually be overturned.”
Right. No anonymous witnesses. Everyone outed. Hmm. What would be the outcome of that, and who would be the beneficiaries?