CAIR Director: “Muslims Are Above the...

CAIR Director: “Muslims Are Above the Law of the Land.”

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-Clayton Bigsby

Since: Apr 13

Hilliard, OH

#1 Jun 11, 2013
I for one welcome this new CAIR policy of honesty and openness. Any day now, maybe one of their directors will admit what they truly stand for.

A Council on American-Islamic Relations leader told a crowd at a rally for Islam that members of the faith should not be bound by American law.

“If we are practicing Muslims, we are above the law of the land,” said Mustafa Carroll, executive director of the Dallas-Fort Worth CAIR branch.

The rally in Austin was part of a nationwide effort to hold “Muslim Capitol Day” events. The event included a speech by a representative of Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam, who declared that Texas was an awful place and that Islam was the answer.

“Why did Muhammad say that he would not rest until the Koran was the law of the land?”

“Islam does not have Texas in the current condition, the current socio-political condition that Texas is in. What is this condition that Texas is in? Why is Texas on the brink, when you look at Texas in comparison to 50 states, education, percent of population graduating from high school is 46, high school completion rate is 46, the scholastic assessment rate, the SAT score in Texas is 47, the percentage of population with no health insurance in Texas is first, those without health insurance Texas is first. When you look at the state of a child in Texas, the percentage of uninsured children, Texas is first… etc etc

You shouldn’t be filing legislation against Islam, when you look at Texas, Islam is not the problem. Islam is the solution. Allah Akbar.”

Clearly when we look at the literacy rates and health insurance rates in the Muslim world, we cannot help but see that Islam is the answer. That is assuming the question is how can we make Texas more like Somalia or Egypt.

Herman Mustafa Carroll had defended terrorists, perhaps on the same theory that Muslims are superior to the law of the land.

“I think you can only blame Hamas for so long. It takes two to tango. And I think, you know, that what we’ve heard for a number of years is this terrorist, terrorist, terrorist, terrorist, Hamas, Hamas, Hamas, was not just Hamas.”

“Look at the true cause of the terrorism. It’s not somebody is reading a book, reading a Quran, and then go out and say,‘Well, the Quran told me to blow this up. I’m gonna blow it up.’ The cause, the root cause of terrorism is oppression. The root cause of terrorism is oppression.”

Oddly quite a few terrorists seem to read that book and blow people up. Others read the book and declare that Muslims are above the law of the land. It sounds as if these two phenomena share a common root cause.

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Oliver Canterberry

Delaware, OH

#2 Jun 11, 2013
Spot on - this is why Islam is not a religion but an all consuming world wide cancer that turns bikinis into burkas, churches into mosques and freedom into slavery, all in the name of Allah and terrorist Muhammad.

-Clayton Bigsby

Since: Apr 13

Hilliard, OH

#3 Jun 11, 2013
Oliver Canterberry wrote:
Spot on - this is why Islam is not a religion but an all consuming world wide cancer that turns bikinis into burkas, churches into mosques and freedom into slavery, all in the name of Allah and terrorist Muhammad.
Imagine if Cardinal Dolan or Franklin Graham made such a speech...it would lead the national news for a week and Christians would be persecuted without remorse.
Burka over my dead body

Cleveland, OH

#4 Jun 11, 2013
Dumbing down America isn't helping our cause.
Operating on a more than tight budget in our schools is contributing to illiteracy,therefore people can't function through life.
The weak are targeted by Muslim groups and swayed to change religion. Women in the USA are changing at an alarming rate. Because they are illiterate ,and or depressed with their current life.
Sad
Until our government recognizes what's going on, we are all on the brink!
Good article George!

-Clayton Bigsby

Since: Apr 13

Hilliard, OH

#5 Jun 11, 2013
Burka over my dead body wrote:
Dumbing down America isn't helping our cause.
Operating on a more than tight budget in our schools is contributing to illiteracy,therefore people can't function through life.
The weak are targeted by Muslim groups and swayed to change religion. Women in the USA are changing at an alarming rate. Because they are illiterate ,and or depressed with their current life.
Sad
Until our government recognizes what's going on, we are all on the brink!
Good article George!
Thanks.
The powers that be want a majority population of functional illiterates...they're easier to control.
They cannot kill a Spook

Taylor, MI

#6 Jun 11, 2013
Burka over my dead body wrote:
Dumbing down America isn't helping our cause.
Operating on a more than tight budget in our schools is contributing to illiteracy,therefore people can't function through life.
The weak are targeted by Muslim groups and swayed to change religion. Women in the USA are changing at an alarming rate. Because they are illiterate ,and or depressed with their current life.
Sad
Until our government recognizes what's going on, we are all on the brink!
Good article George!
Lack of spending on schools is not why students can't read. School districts spend money like it was ocean water, virtually endless.
Burka over my dead body

Cleveland, OH

#7 Jun 11, 2013
They cannot kill a Spook wrote:
<quoted text>
Lack of spending on schools is not why students can't read. School districts spend money like it was ocean water, virtually endless.
That is true to a certain extent. Depends on the quality of the teachers, and the support of parents.
The district I live in spends money hand over fist....a gazebo near the stadium???? Give me a f-in break.

“animis opibusque parati”

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#8 Jun 11, 2013
-Clayton Bigsby wrote:
...“The cause, the root cause of terrorism is oppression. The root cause of terrorism is oppression.”
I think the word he was searching for is "submission."

“animis opibusque parati”

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#9 Jun 11, 2013
They cannot kill a Spook wrote:
<quoted text>
Lack of spending on schools is not why students can't read. School districts spend money like it was ocean water, virtually endless.
That's the truth.

A recently-released study of homeschooled students demonstrated that those students [whose parents spend $500-600/year on their education as opposed to the state's $10,000+/year per pupil], are scoring significantly higher on standardized tests and are being actively recruited by top universities.

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