May 2, 2007, - 2:27 pm

Creative Financing: Did CAIR Stage “Pro-Israel” Death Threat to Collect Feds’ Cash?

Earlier this week, I told you how CAIR–the Council on American-Islamic Relations, a Saudi-financed HAMAS-front group is urging .
Now, it looks as if CAIR is pulling out all stops to get its hand on that taxpayer money. The deadline to apply for the grants is June 22, and a government press release specifies that

Grants will be awarded to nonprofit organizations through their eligible State Administrative Agency (SAA) according to criteria that includes:
Prior identified and substantiated threats . . . and Organization’s credible threat or vulnerability, as well as the potential consequences of an attack.

CAIR’s Dawud Walid Staging Large Muslim Money Grab of Tax $$$

Last night and today, CAIR-Michigan Executive Director Dawud Walid (who sent out an e-mail calling me a “shyster”–a bigoted term for Jewish lawyer, made remarks about Jewish control of the media, and refuses to denounce Hezbollah and HAMAS) was all over the news about a mysterious letter containing death threats to all Detroit Muslims. The letter was allegedly post-marked from Chicago and supposedly contains “violent pro-Israel . . . imagery.” How very convenient. Gee, I wonder if Walid did his part and sent a similarly unsigned death threat to the CAIR office in Chicago, so his counterpart there can whine all over TV.
Why now? Why did CAIR get a death threat just over a month before the deadline for cash for religious institutions subject to exactly just that sort of threat? Timing is everything. And the timing here is VEEEEERY suspicious.
But, hey, I’m sure it’s just a coincidence. Right? That’s why CAIR is now sending out new e-mails to members urging them to apply for the DHS grants, complete with links to the story about the “death threat” letter. And CAIR is sending out press releases about the letter, which just so happen to mention the Dept. of Homeland Security grants.
As the French would say: Quelle coincidence! Whatta coincidence!
I’m starting to believe a more apt saying: There are no coincidences.
Something smells. And it ain’t the shawarmeh.

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4 Responses

You are, right Debbie. It reeks like stale fafafel. Its about time someone from the State Department to gather up the courage to publicly denounce CAIR for its suspicious activities or at least put a surveillance on them. The only rapacious fed. tax $ money bilking shysters I see here are the pseudo moderate ( and questional)front groups like CAIR.Its rather laughable how they remark about the jewish zionistic controlled media. Its true and unfortunate that a good percentage of the media is runned by self hating jews who actually take side of the arabs ( who are probably doing most of the string pulling). When was the last time you saw Wolf Blitzer and his media puppets… pundits cover stories about israeli jewish vitctims of arab brutality? In fact, they had nothing to comment on Ahmanidejad’s threats to nuke Israel. They fell silent when this crazed bastard openly pressed a holocaust denial conference.Its usually the jews/israelis whom the mainstream media vilifies. Where do you see the zionists come into play?

Jew Chick on May 2, 2007 at 5:00 pm

About them “death threats”…I did have a few shots of Slivovitz during Passover with my fellow Purple Gang members an’ we decided to write a few death threats…So what..?

jaywilton on May 2, 2007 at 5:33 pm

Yeah, the threatening letter does sound like a trick, but you never know, it could be one of Debbie’s Evangelical Christian admirers.
[When was the last time you saw Wolf Blitzer and his media puppets… pundits cover stories about israeli jewish vitctims of arab brutality?]
My homie, Wolfie, used to work for the Jerusalem Post. There’s no good reason for him to cover up “stories about Israeli Jewish victims of Arab brutality”. In fact he’s been accused of being a Jewish extremist.

Norman Blitzer on May 3, 2007 at 12:59 am

Oh, just one more thing about Wolfie:
On the ‘Situation Room’, he was called a Jewish extremist by a Holocaust revisionist* who attended the Holocaust denial conference in Iran. So no, CNN, namely Wolf Blitzer, did not remain silent on that issue.
*The last time I mentioned this person’s name and this story, my comment got deleted. That’s why I didn’t mention his name.

Norman Blitzer on May 3, 2007 at 1:07 am

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