Defense of the Constitution
007/07 March 3, 2007
CAIR: Admits Officials Have Ties to
In a stunning revelation, Corey Saylor, the
Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) government affairs
director, on 2 March admitted
that convicted Islamic terrorists were CAIR officials when they
committed terrorist acts against the United States.
In an article carried by Delcotimes.com,
Saylor is responding to questions about Ghassan Elashi
Royer and their ties to the
leader of Hamas and activities in
of overseas terrorist
organizations. While Saylor first
said that Elashi and Royer were not working on behalf the group, he was
"Some people try to
hold us responsible for the actions of people that are associated
with our organization. That’s absolutely
ludicrous … you don’t hold
all of Enron responsible for what Ken Lay did."
For those North Americans that ever had any
questions about CAIR’s ties to Elashi and Royer, and, by association, tied
directly to Islamist terrorists, those questions have been answered
by CAIR’s own spokesman.
to have forgotten that Enron
folded like a cheap tent when the
criminal activities of its
leadership were exposed …
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