Hamas-linked CAIR’s Michigan top dog Dawud Walid said: “I think the question is, are we going to be selective about this? Are we following people and placing people on this list who go to KKK meetings, people who go to Donald Trump rallies?” So in Dawud Walid’s world, he would have you believe that people who go to Donald Trump rallies are just as likely to commit acts of terror as people who believe in a religion that exhorts believers to wage war against and subjugate unbelievers, and whose adherents have been responsible for over 28,000 terror attacks worldwide since 9/11.
This is a very clear illustration of a point I have made many, many times: that Hamas-linked CAIR opposes every counter-terror measure that has ever been proposed or implemented. The simple reason why there are more Muslims than anyone else on the terror watch list is because there are more Muslim terrorists than any other kind. But instead of addressing that within Muslim communities and working for reform, Hamas-linked CAIR wants authorities to devote as much attention in counter-terror efforts to Amish as to Muslims. That would be just asking for more jihad terror attacks.
“CAIR files federal lawsuits claiming US ‘terror watch list’ discriminatory against Muslims,” by John Binder, BizPacReview, April 7, 2016 (thanks to Thomas):
Placing Muslim jihadists on a ‘terror watch list’ is now apparently discriminatory, according to the Michigan chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR).
In two federal lawsuits this week, CAIR alleges that the U.S. government’s terror watch list is unconstitutional because it violates the rights of individuals on the list, according to a report by Courthouse News Service.
“Defendants have utilized the watch list, not as a tool to enhance aviation and border security, but as a bludgeon to coerce American Muslims into becoming informants or forgoing the exercise of their rights, such as the right to have an attorney present during law enforcement questioning,” the lawsuits claim.
Executive Director of CAIR Dawud Walid said that if the federal government was going to track Islamic extremism, it should also surveillance Donald Trump supporters.
“I think the question is, are we going to be selective about this?” Walid said. “Are we following people and placing people on this list who go to KKK meetings, people who go to Donald Trump rallies?”…
The lawsuits also claim that residents from Dearborn, Mich., are overly represented on the terror watch list only because the area has a massive Muslim population of 40 percent.