June 23, 2006, - 8:20 pm

Hilarious: Don’t Call Miami Islamic Terror Cell “Muslim,” Says CAIR

By Debbie Schlussel

Darn it. Why did those Miami terrorists have to be Muslim converts? Why can’t the media call them “Christians”?

That’s the sentiment coming from the not so American, Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR)–the Islamofascist “civil rights” group founded with HAMAS money and funded by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, etc.
And they’re tickled pink that the spineless U.S. Dept. of Occasional Justice is refusing to mention that the terrorists are Muslims.

Take the Quiz . . . .

Which One is the “Muslim” Terrorist

& Which One is the Muslim Who Supports Terrorism?

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Miami Islamic Terrorist Patrick Abraham, CAIR’s Dawud Walid

Here’s the hilarious details from a CAIR press release put out today, and repeated all day long on Detroit TV stations by CAIR-Michigan’s robotic chieftain, Dawud Walid–a Black Muslim . . . just like the Miami terror cell members:

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: MEDIA ASKED NOT TO CALL MIAMI TERROR SUSPECTS ‘MUSLIMS’

(WASHINGTON, DC, 6/23/06) – A prominent national Islamic civil rights and advocacy group today called on media professionals not to refer to seven terror suspects arrested in Miami as “Muslims.” . . .
“Given that the reported beliefs of this bizarre group have nothing to do with Islam, we ask members of the media to refrain from calling them ‘Muslims,'” said CAIR spokesperson Ahmed Bedier. He thanked U.S. Attorney Alex Acosta for noting that “today’s indictment. . .is not against a particular group or a particular faith.”
Bedier urged the government to avoid confusing the public by using Arabic terminology in referring to the case. In a briefing today in Miami, government officials did not call the suspects “Muslims,” but did refer to allegations of plans for “violent jihad.”
At a news conference earlier today in Miami, CAIR called on police departments nationwide to protect mosques and other Islamic institutions from any possible backlash prompted by the mistaken linkage of this case to the American Muslim community.

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CAIR’s Dawud Walid (in white Islamic yarmulke) @ Pro-Illegal Alien Rally

In the ’80s, I used to get a laugh out of all the Communists and lefties who would tell me:

Well, you can’t really call the Soviet Union, Cuba, and China Communist. They’re not really Communists.

Uh-huh. And Muslim terrorists aren’t really Muslims. I suppose they’re really Martians in disguise, part of a giant conspiracy with the Venusians.
Time to call bananas “oranges.” Because anything else would just be wrong. And don’t you dare call either of them “fruit.” The “Religion of Peace” is now the religion of euphemisms.
And by the way, the Miami Seven pledged their allegiance to Al-Qaeda which is a Jewish group? A Christian group? A Hindu group? We all know what it is, regardless of CAIR’s and other Islamofascists’ standard tripe about “hijacked our religion.” Whatever.
Memo to CAIR: When you stop calling atheist (and a tiny aberration in that he is not a Muslim unlike almost all other terrorists–and as journalists Laurie Mylroie and Jayna Davis point out, was likely working with Muslim terrorists and possibly Saddam Hussein) a “Christian,” we’ll consider your absurd request.

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CAIR-Michigan Chief Dawud Walid, Imam Mohammed Ali Elahi

We find it interesting that CAIR’s Walid appeared with Imam Mohammed Ali Elahi to demand we stop calling the Muslim terrorists “Muslim terrorists.” (Watch the eye-roll-inducing video of the two charlatans here.) As we’ve repeatedly noted here (see here, here, and here, too), Mr. Elahi is an agent of the terrorist Government of Iran and Hezbollah, which murdered 300 U.S. Marines and civilians and is training and providing Al-Qaeda insurgents with explosive devices to murder our troops in Iraq.
At the CAIR “You Can’t call the Muslim terrorists Muslims” press conference, Elahi whined:

Why is it that some people, no matter what, try to make Islam and Muslim community a target? That should be a serious question for our nation.

Uh, no. Actually, the very serious question for our nation is why we continue to allow this Hezbollah agent and terrorist enabler, Elahi, to remain a citizen and resident of our nation. And why, no matter what, Elahi constantly excuses making Americans, Christians, Westerners, and jews a permissible target for terrorism from his Muslim community.
Don’t hold your Infidel breath for the answers.

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Imam Mohammed Ali Elahi (right)

& Hezbollah Spiritual Leader Sheikh Mohammed Hassan Fadlallah (left)

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19 Responses

Were the alleged terrorists members of Nation of Islam or Sunnis?

lawman on June 23, 2006 at 11:29 pm

Debbie these guys weren’t really Muslims even if they wanted to be. They were more a bunch of poor people trying to stick it to The Man. The FBI is trying to look useful but nobody is too impressed with this bust.

shleppy on June 23, 2006 at 11:33 pm

Oh, Debbie…now, please…spare me!
These individuals obviously are Jehovah Witnesses, now can’t you tell?
Umm…on second thought, perhaps…ummm, Amish?
Oh damn, I’m so damned politically correct confused?
On the other hand, it could be from the lessened sleep I had coming up from Bragg—or—perhaps the additional, quite lovely Australian chardonnay I just finished off. Love those Australian women by the way. Was that a non sequitur? Indeed…and what of it, mate?
Either way, Debbie…continue with the good work—I actually went through the prior 3 weeks of your site to catch up. Perhaps, when I decide to resign my commission, I’ll offer you my two pence officially. Which, reminds me of the funniest joke that I had ever had…told to me by a couple of Australian pilots.
—-Jim

jim on June 24, 2006 at 1:46 am

According to current reports they weren’t muslim:
“Neighbors said at least some of the men were in a religious group they called the Seas of David that appeared to mix Christian and Muslim beliefs. They wore uniforms bearing a star of David and met for Bible study, prayer and martial arts practice in a one-story warehouse in the heart of the predominately Haitian section of Miami’s impoverished Liberty City neighborhood.

According to reports they had no weapons or explosives either LOL
“WASHINGTON – An alleged scheme to topple the Sears Tower in Chicago and attack Miami’s FBI headquarters was “more aspirational than operational,” a top FBI official said on Thursday, the day after seven Florida men were arrested on terrorism charges.”
“Gonzales acknowledged that the men, who had neither weapons nor explosives, posed “no immediate threat,” but added that “they did take sufficient steps that we believe does support this prosecution.”
* quotes courtesy of the New York Times
UH, THEY WERE CONVERTS TO ISLAM. DENIAL IS A SAD THING. INTERESTING THAT THEIR NEIGHBORS ARE NOT ARMCHAIR “EXPERTS” ON ISLAM. AND, OH YEAH, THEY PLEDGED ALLEGIANCE TO AL-QAEDA, WHICH IS A PEACEFUL GROUP FROM WHAT RELIGION? “RELIGION OF PEACE,” BABY-YEAH!!!!!!!!!!!!
DEBBIE SCHLUSSEL

PsychoKat on June 24, 2006 at 3:54 am

It seems the ACLU and other “human rights” organizations are upset that these terrorist-wannabes had no weapons when they were arrested. I’m sure the ACLU would rather wait until people were actually slaughtered in proper Islamic terrorist fashion before the feds reacted. Then they could blast the feds and the Bush administration for not properly protecting us from these scum – uh – I mean these deeply religious men. They could have given us the old – “see, the war in Iraq is not keeping us safe, you missed some home grown terrorists!”

sonofsheldon on June 24, 2006 at 5:34 pm

I agree with lawman. To certain degree, CAIR has a point. We dno’t go around touting Christians that are accused of crimes as “Christian terrorists”, unless and until it has something to do with their religion. The man in NY who shot abortion docters was committing Christian terror, and it was rightfully reported that way; OTH, Timothy McVeigh simply hated the government, which had nothing to do with religion, so nary a mention of any denominational followings (or even lack of, if he was an atheist … which is exactly the point). To describe these men as wanting to wage “jihad”, when their (very loosely, mostly theoretical) plans were rooted in simply had for the government, shows the bias against Islam in pop culture, and the assumption that Muslim violence is always rooted in their faith; that same assumption is not made of Christians, and is only noted when there IS a direct correlation between faith and actions.

Dr. Strangelove on June 24, 2006 at 9:42 pm

Sorry Dr Strangelove. I think whether they were Muslim or not is an issue the people want to hear about. Christianity is a culture of peace whereas Islam is a culture of violence with the theme of “convert or be killed”.

wisemonkey on June 26, 2006 at 3:28 am

LOL!
If the turban fits, Walid, then wear it.
Now, let’s see: You have this group (CAIR-less) that strongly advocates converting every thief, rapist, and murderer who sits behind bars in U.S. prisons (some of Miami’s Magnificent Seven were apparently ex-cons) to Islam, yet when the new converts practice their new religion (i.e., killing the Infidel), CAIR says that this has nothing to do with Islam. This form of denial is what America constantly heard after 9/11 from all those “moderate Muzlums” who claimed that the extremeists hijacked their religion. Yet, these “moderate Muzlums” never strongly condemn the extremists, the Imams, and they never refute the violent passages in the Qur’ an. AND, whenever they issue these non-denial denials, they always qualify them by denouncing the U.S in some way.
When Miami’s Magnificent Seven pledged their lives to al-Qaeda, and to allah (they did say this) and that they were going to blow up buildings and kill as many (white) devils as possible, they’re getting this not from the Pope, but rather, from the Qur’ an.
So, to black Muzlum Walid and your like-minded scum at CAIR-less, you can deny, deny, deny all you want but no matter how much you protest, America knows the truth. And that truth is this: You can never polish a turd.

Thee_Bruno on June 26, 2006 at 10:17 am

Hey Wisemonkey, ever heard of the Crusades? How about the KKK? I think you missed the point … Christianity itself has been used to support violence and wage war on the “non-believers”. The ironic thing is that the majority of people who claim to be Christians in this country support and advocate violence when they see it as righteous. War is Iraq, locking people up without rights, bombing of civillians … all actions that are horrendous when perpetrated by Muslims, but accepted when perpetrated by Christians. Frankly, ALL of it disgusts me, and I don’t think we will ever solve this problem with violence. The more we kill, the more the others will want to kill us, which produces a vicious cycle. Liberal means wanting change … I’m a liberal because I want the world to change from its current violent state. Maybe that makes me an idealist, but it’s also rooted very deeply in my own Christian faith.

Dr. Strangelove on June 26, 2006 at 10:58 am

Dr. Strange vomited;
“Hey Wisemonkey, ever heard of the Crusades?” “Christianity itself has been used to support violence and wage war on the “non-believers””.
I know history is a pain in the ass for the revisionists, but, the Crusades were a DIRECT RESPONSE to Muzlum aggression, Muzlum conquests, and Muzlum barbarism. NOT THE OTHE WAY AROUND.
“The ironic thing is that the majority of people who claim to be Christians in this country support and advocate violence when they see it as righteous”.
No, it’s called self-defense and self-preservation. Remember, you froot loop, that America was attacked – then responded. You might call this the 8th Crusade.
“War is Iraq, locking people up without rights, bombing of civillians … all actions that are horrendous when perpetrated by Muslims, but accepted when perpetrated by Christians.”
You still don’t get it. Read this next sentence very s-l-o-w-l-y: W-e w-e-r-e a-t-t-a-c-k-e-d f-i-r-s-t. I don’t think you had this much of a problem when we carpet-bombed Germany and Japan in WWII.
“The more we kill, the more the others will want to kill us, which produces a vicious cycle.”
Tell me, moron, how many did we kill prior to 9/11?
“Liberal means wanting change.”
No, it means that you hate America and blame America for all that’s wrong in the world.
“I’m a liberal because I want the world to change from its current violent state.”
No, you’re a LIBERAL because you are brain-dead.
“Maybe that makes me an idealist…”
No, that makes you a brain-dead, Blame-America-First moron.

Thee_Bruno on June 26, 2006 at 4:46 pm

Hey Thee_Dumbo,
Haven’t you got anything better to do than to flame me?? Get a life … and, more important, a BRAIN … stop rehasing the RNS talking points and come up with some original ideas …
It does not matter WHY the Christians responded … they KILLED in the name of Christianity. That’s not revisionist, it’s fact.
Furthermore, I don’t recall any Iraqi’s being on those planes, and the guy who put that all together is still limping through the mountains of Tora Bora b/c W. didn’t finish the job. Iraq HAD NOTHING NOTHING NOTHING to do with 9/11 … and exactly where are W’s weapons of mass deception?
I get so F&$#@&NG tired of being told I hate America. SCREW YOU … I love this country, I just hate what Dumb-Ya is doing to it.
Finally, get back to the point of the article. These weren’t terrorists, they were wannabes. But W is so starved for something to point to that makes him look good in fighting terrorism, that he has to hold up 7 guys who are truely idiots, and probably couldn’t have set off a firecracker.
Thee, I have had a few high-level discussions on this blog, even if we disagreed; Disagree with me on substance, but get off your moral high-horse!!! It is obvious YOU are the brain-dead moron full of hate.

Dr. Strangelove on June 26, 2006 at 10:30 pm

Dr. Strange is a LIBERAL who hates America. He still doesn’t get it – he loves Muzlums who behead, murder, and destroy, yet he hates Christians who defend themselves from the barbarians.
Dr. Strange blames America for everything that’s wrong in the world. America killed no Muzlums prior to 9/11, yet he thinks we’re responsible for the 9/11 attacks. He thinks that America had it coming. He doesn’t believe that Muzlums do what they do (kill the infidel and want to destroy western civilization) because it’s dictated as such in the Qur’ an. He finds no fault with MUzlum barbarians but he condemns Christianity.
He thinks that way because he’s a BLAME AMERICA FIRST LIBERAL!

Thee_Bruno on June 27, 2006 at 10:09 am

Man, Thee_Dumbo, what are you SMOKING?!?!?! You must be a Rush Dittohead … “ditto” means, whatever you say, and that you have no brain of your own. You blame everyone but yourself for your problems. You’ve never done ANYTHING wrong in your life … if only those damn Muslims would stop killing us, if only those Spics would go back to their own country, if only these liberals would shut the hell up … man, you really should start thinking for yourself!! Hey, but thanks for letting me know how much I hate my country … here I was thinking I loved it, and you come along to set me right!! I cannot thank you enough!! And since I am a Christian, I really appreciate you helping me to understand how much I hate myself. Gosh, here I was thinking I was following the teachings of Jesus for wanting peace, but you have certainly cured me of that. Obviously, that’s the wrong view; instead, I just need to hate everyone who is not Christian. Can you help me out once more? Can you give me some Bible verses to read to help me with my newfound revelation, especially those about hating anyone who is not of my same faith?!?! I really would appreciate it!

Dr. Strangelove on June 27, 2006 at 7:19 pm

Dr. Strange vomited;
“…if only those damn Muslims would stop killing us, if only those Spics would go back to their own country, if only these liberals would shut the hell up…”
Now you’re talking sense.
“Hey, but thanks for letting me know how much I hate my country … here I was thinking I loved it…”
You’re welcome.
“…I really appreciate you helping me to understand how much I hate myself.”
Anytime.
“…I just need to hate everyone who is not Christian.”
You’re already doing a good job of it.
“Can you give me some Bible verses to read to help me with my newfound revelation, especially those about hating anyone who is not of my same faith?!?!”
Sure I can. However, they’re not in the Bible…they’re found in the Qur’ an, numbnuts.

Thee_Bruno on June 28, 2006 at 11:27 am

I just finished reading the debate.
The winner is Thee_Bruno for pointing out all of the hypocrisy being spewed by Dr. Strangelove
Game Point Match Thee_Bruno

ScottyDog on June 28, 2006 at 3:11 pm

I’m going to side with Strangelove for actually using logic and reason rather than dimwitted attacks.

Manatoch on June 28, 2006 at 10:57 pm

That’s because Mantuckus is another America-hating LIBERAL.

Thee_Bruno on June 29, 2006 at 8:57 am

More like LIEberal!! Am I right!?!?!?

Manatoch on June 29, 2006 at 9:45 am

this is to Thee_bruno
im with Dr.Strangelove on this. his argument is actually logical and he uses reason. you on the other hand just call names and repeat what ppl are saying. if u actually want to be taken serously get urself some facts that ppl cld actually look at and check if ur telling the truth or not. For one thing, you cant judge a religion or even a belief or even a a movemnet by what the followers are doing. if they aren’t following it according to its rules, then it’s not the religion’s fault it’s theirs. so u cant judge Islam by what Muslims are doing until u know what Islam preaches. to me it’s apparent that u haven’t studied Islam at all, or else u wouldn’t say what u’ve said. and strangelove is right: whenver it’s the christians or jews who kill in the name of religion, they are martyrs and get their own holiday. do you not see what is happening in palestine and lebanon by the jews backed by george w.? if u think it’s right that innocent ppl are killed in wars when they did nothing, then something must be wrong in ur brain. how many ppl died in WWI and WWII? what happened in vietnam when the us got involved? all those ppl killed and nothing was resolved! and the korean war? again the us spent all its money “helping” and the whole thing ended in a stalemate where things went back to exactly how they were b4 the war started. no point at all, and millions died. most of those millions were innocent ppl. and u still want to argue that the us is right all the time? b4 u judge a religion know what it preaches b4 u judge it by its followers. thats what i have to say. *sam

my_own_person on April 22, 2007 at 2:08 pm

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