CAIR manages to tolerate it when the anti-Semitism involves Israel and Jews who support it.
In a hyper-politicized world, it can be easy to forget that two things can be true at once.
She keeps warning her audiences to “pay attention to the polite Zionists” who seek to work together on other issues.
From the perspective of counter-Islamists and our reformist Muslim allies, in some ways, this may not be such bad news.
Racism and Islamophobia help explain the Western world’s horror and swift actions in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine
The history of Islam and the West has been one of unwavering antagonism and seismic clashes, often initiated by the followers of Muhammad.
The Council on American–Islamic Relations (CAIR), ostensibly a promoter of peace and understanding, has always sought out media allies willing to repeat its unending tales of victimization, and has achieved some success with outlets such as the Washington Post and Al-Jazeera. But all through the recent imbroglio over a CAIR employee passing information to the Investigative Project on Terrorism (IPT), […]
The leaders of two organizations which are supposed to be in business to fight bigotry took turns accusing each other of engaging in bigotry.
The Ilhan Omar-sponsored bill sounds like a gesture against prejudice. Still, the effort may do more to legitimize a form of anti-Semitism than to counter hate against Muslims.
Although the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) has a long and documented history of attacking Jews and Israel, many American elected officials don’t seem to mind.