Sunday, June 14, 2009

Flooding America with Somalis who are going back to butcher and destroy Black Africa and then back to plot mayhem in America?

Severed hand in muslim Somalia Bloodlust Justice

Demonstrators support area Muslim group

The Left is a tool of Islamofacists

The Left is being used by Islamic extremists, who have skillfully gained a foothold under the guise of racism and political correctness.
The Left gleefully go along with this because they believe that "the enemy of my enemy (the Right, and by extension, Bush) is my Friend”.
I wonder if the Left realizes that Islamic ideology is actually polar opposite of theirs - that if they had their way, Leftists would be the first to be eliminated by an Islamic Society.
This paradox would be hilarious if it were not so extremely terrifying.

Representatives from more than a dozen Somali civil, religious and political organizations gathered Saturday to rebut allegations that a Muslim civil rights group is blocking an FBI inquiry into the disappearances of dozens of Twin Cities Somali men.

Last week, relatives of a Minneapolis teenager who said he was recently killed in Somalia and a Somali community leader claimed that the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) Minnesota chapter was discouraging area Somalis from cooperating with the FBI. But supporters Saturday said CAIR has only advised Somalis about their civil rights and urged to tell the truth and work with law enforcement.

"I was at CAIR's three workshops for people who were issued subpoenas by the FBI and others seeking help and this was consistently the group's message," said Omar Hurre, executive director of Abubakar as-Saddique Islamic Center, Minneapolis' largest Somali mosque.

He was one of about 50 people who gathered to support CAIR at a park next to the Brian Coyle Community Center in Minneapolis, many holding signs saying how CAIR improved their lives. The represented groups ranged from the Somali Youth Network Council to the Muslim Student Association at Augsburg College.

"CAIR is always available to help Muslims and Somalis with legal, immigration and job issues, and they don't show up only when the media is around like some others who call themselves activists," said Zuhur Ahmed, host of Somali Community Link on KFAI-FM. "The people you see here represent the Somali community."

CAIR officials said Saturday that they would be willing to meet with families of missing men to clear up any misunderstandings.