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News & Analysis
September 25, 2011
Civil Rights “Heroes”?
The California Chapter of the Council on
American-Islamic Relations recently published
an article expressing the “Travesty of Justice” involved in the
sentencing of the so-called “Irvine 11”. The “Irvine 11” case
grew out of a conspiracy
by a group of Muslim students who planned the
disruption of a presentation by the Israeli Ambassador at UC-Irvine.
This group consisted of very confused Muslim youth who can neither
appreciate common civility nor clearly understand the first amendment
to the Constitution.
CAIR's article included comments from usual
suspects in the Islamist
supremacist movement like the Muslim Public Affairs Council and the
Muslim American Society.
The most interesting comment came from Hussam
Ayloush, Executive Director of the Council on American-Islamic
Relations – Greater Los Angeles Area.
According to Ayloush: “When history books are written, the
‘Irvine 11’ will stand alongside other great American civil rights
heroes like Rosa Parks, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X…they
peacefully and courageously stood up against injustice, and they
defended our collective freedom of speech. No topic should be off
limits and no public official or country should be above criticism.
They are true American heroes.”
Ayloush compares the actions of petty Islamist
thugs who attempted to shut down a speech by an invited guest to the
actions of Ms. Rosa Parks? Not one of the "Irvine 11" is fit to
carry Ms. Park’s bus fare, let alone make a claim to her legacy.
As to Dr. King, does Ayloush really believe
that any of the Irvine 11 is being targeted for assassination for their
criminal actions on behalf of radical Islam? As for Malcolm X,
Ayloush conveniently forgets that he was murdered by fellow Muslims for
his beliefs (when not being targeted by the Ku Klux Klan).
Ayloush mentions “history books” in his
harangue; perhaps he should read a few before he speaks. To
compare the Muslim "civil rights" experience to the American Black
civil rights experience is not a comparison, but a shameful insult.
Ayloush and other fellow travelers are
to hijack the Black experience in America. We are a different and
better country today due to the Civil Rights Movement. Black Americans
demanded equal rights, not special rights, and therein lies the
difference. When the so-called “Irvine 11” were arrested, there was no
Bull Conner running amok with German Shepherd dogs ripping off flesh,
no police officers dog-piling Muslims, no firefighters hosing the crowd
down with firehouses or frog-marching Muslim suspects to the black
maria for a quick trip to the lock-up where they could expect a
whipping for being “uppity”.
There has been enough standing on the
shoulders of Black Americans to claim an undeserved legacy by
Islamists. Black Americans do not need or want CAIR casting
aspersions on their accomplishments or attempting to water their
accomplishments down by comparing them to CAIR's propagandized "modern
American Muslim" experience.
If CAIR Terrorist-Supporter Hussam Ayloush
wants a “Muslim legacy”, fine.
Build it, don’t steal it.
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