Monday, August 14, 2006

Arab group has ties to terrorists

A reader complains that I should not lump terrorist Mohammedans in with moderate groups like CAIR. CAIR has issued statements denouncing terrorism.

I can't really figure out if CAIR is for or against Mohammedan terrorism. CAIR has taken offense of Pres. Bush's criticism of Islamic terrorists, and there are many who say that CAIR has ties to terrorists. See this article.

Steve Sailor lists the names of the 19 men arrested for terrorist plotting:
Abdula Ahmed Ali, Cossor Ali, Shazad Khuram Ali, Nabeel Hussain, Tanvir Hussain, Umair Hussain, Umar Islam, Waseem Kayani, Assan Abdullah Khan, Waheed Arafat Khan, Osman Adam Khatib, Abdul Muneem Patel, Tayib Rauf, Muhammed Usman Saddique, Assad Sarwar, Ibrahim Savant, Amin Asmin Tariq, Shamin Mohammed Uddin, and Waheed Zaman.
He says that the West should just disconnect from the Mohammedan world.

I just watched CAIR spokesman Nihad Awad on Fox O'Reilly say:
Eric Rudolph is a Christian abortion bomber who has been convicted. He aspires Chistianity. He did it in the name of Christianity. You ... will never claim that he is a Christian terrorist.
No, Rudolph is not a Christian. He planted a couple of bombs, but he did not do it in the name of Christianity. No Christian groups ever supported him or what he did. Rudolph was living underground for a couple of years, and for a while it was suspected that some Christian group was supporting him, but it turned out that he got no such support. Some of the Western media did call him a Christian terrorist, and even O'Reilly conceded the point, but they were wrong.