CAIR Comes Out Against Ball's 9/11 Hearing

6a00d8345159b169e201157135bdb8970c 200wi CAIR Comes Out Against Ball's 9/11 HearingThe Council on American-Islamic Relations has announced that they are planning a protest tomorrow in advance of State Senator Greg Ball’s hearing on  “New York’s Public Protection Ten Years After September 11.”

The hearing has attracted some controversy due to the presence of Nonie Darwish, a human rights activist and writer who has said that Islam is “cruel, anti-women, anti-religious freedom and anti-personal freedom in general” and for including as a topic  “The Culture of Jihad and Shariah Law.”

The planned rally will be on the steps of City Hall.

CAIR came out strongly against Rep. Peter King’s congressional hearings on Muslim radicalization, but King brushed aside their attacks by frequently calling them an “unindicted co-conspirators” in a terrorist attack.

 

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