Presidential hopeful and Governor Scott Walker got a demand from CAIR (Council on American-Islamic Relations.) After reading this, how do you think the governor will respond?
The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), the largest Muslim civil liberties and advocacy organization, has called on Republican presidential candidate Scott Walker to apologize for his claim that there are only a ‘handful of reasonable, moderate followers of Islam.
By Truth and Action:
In this world of up is down and down is up, CAIR demonstrates if one is truth telling, an apology is still in order. The Council on American-Islamic Relations has been outed time and time again as a front for the Muslim Brotherhood–yet they are coddled by those in high places including the White House.
According to the Koran, and following the example of Muhammad, “…make firm those who believe. I will cast terror into the hearts of those who disbelieve. Therefore strike off their heads and strike off every fingertip of them.”
The United Arab Emirates has CAIR on their list of terrorists organizations, yet, Scott Walker must apologize to them, for stating the exact truth. We can only hope he does not buckle to the thought police, in any way.
Up is down, down is up. And 2 + 2= 5. The thought police of the Obama regime, time and time again, has taught this lesson.
Original Report By Nation.Com:
Walker, who is governor of the state of Wisconsin, made that claim while campaigning in New Hampshire. “These types of inaccurate statements reflect a lack of understanding of Islam and Muslims that is, frankly, not presidential,” CAIR Government Affairs Manager Robert McCaw, said in a statement.
“If Mr.Walker believes only a ‘handful’ of Muslims are moderate or reasonable, then he is ignoring the very clear reality that violent extremists murder more Muslims than they do people of any other faith.”
CAIR recently called on Walker to drop a foreign policy adviser who once recommended using nuclear weapons on a number of Muslim-majority nations and for the deportation of undocumented immigrants “of Middle Eastern descent.” Walker later publicly distanced his campaign from that adviser.
In his speech in Derby, New Hampshire, Walker said that President Barack Obama’s administration tends to avoid characterizing the fight against terrorism as a fight against Islam.