CAIR’S terrorism through litigation

Special report by Douglas J. Hagmann, Director

16 March 2007: As readers to this site know, I have followed the case of the six “(f)Lying imams” since the incident took place, correctly identifying it as a “watershed event” in the litigation process and an assault on our national security and the flying public. My quotes were contemporaneously memorialized in the Washington Times in an article written by reporter Audrey Hudson, a respected journalist who now finds herself not only reporting the story, but part of the story. Ms. Hudson was barred from CAIR’s “private” press conference for her in-depth coverage of the incident, presenting well-researched facts to the readers of the Washington Times. In other words, she did her job, did it well, and provided the public with all of the facts uncovered during her investigation. For doing her job so well, she was banished from CAIR’s whinefest.

Despite identifying the event in the terms I did, I underestimated the contemptible depths to which CAIR would sink in front of all America. Obviously, CAIR is relying on the malaise of all Americans to gloss over paragraph 21 in the lawsuit filed this week in United States District Court for the District of Minnesota. That part of the lawsuit refers to as-yet unidentified “John Doe” defendants - the passengers who reported the suspicious behavior of the imams to U.S. Airways. The complaint describes these defendants as “an older couple” seated near the imams who witnessed their suspicious behavior and notified airline officials. In other words, the older couple who reported the suspicious activity aboard the aircraft is being sued too.

If permitted to progress, this frivolous lawsuit will have significant implications, not the least of which will be the erosion of our national security. From the President to every rational thinking American, we need to send a clear message to these Muslim bullies that their behavior is unacceptable and we will not stand for this - not today - not ever. We also must show our support to U.S. Airways, and stand fully behind them as long they hold steadfast against Islamic terrorism through litigation.

Washington Times: Imams’ suit risks “chill” on security


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