In this new video, I discuss the recent publication in the Washington Post of an op-ed by Ismail Royer, a former CAIR official who served 13 years in prison on terror-related charges.
But would it ever publish a foe of jihad terror? Not on your life. My latest in FrontPage: At least they admit it. The bio tag for this Washington Post article reads: “Ismail Royer is an American convert to Islam and a research and program associate at the Religious Freedom Institute, a D.C. nonprofit organization. […]
At least they admit it. The bio tag for this Washington Post article (thanks to Darcy) reads: “Ismail Royer is an American convert to Islam and a research and program associate at the Religious Freedom Institute, a D.C. nonprofit organization. He served 13 years in federal prison for terrorism-related charges. Since his release, he has […]
Ismail Royer, a former employee of Hamas-linked CAIR who served “more than 13 years on firearms charges connected to his work helping others get to a militant training camp in Kashmir,” that is, to a jihad terror training camp, sells a good deal of snake oil in this article. Its last few paragraphs are given […]
Royer was just an idealist, you see. Matthew Barakat of the Associated Press loves Ismail Royer. “When I look back at myself, I don’t see myself as an extremist,” he said. “I see myself as being naive, romantic, a Don Quixote kind of guy.” He includes that quote about a man who just served time […]