Last August, the director of CAIR St. Louis, Faizan Syed, wrote about his ideas for monitoring social media titled Social Media Task Force. Sayed wants to create a Muslim youth association who would aggresively monitor the media. What really stood out was this statement under the section “I have few suggestions to make in this regard” (5th bullet):
“Report anti Islamic and anti Muslim content on the internet to appropriate authorities to take action to remove it and go after those who post it online and prosecute and take actions according to the Shariah ruling.”
Take action according to the Sharia ruling? Humm… in some countries this could mean death.
pdf of the CAIR webpage
Update: Another choice quote from CAIR at the link above:
There need at least one such team in every country (I know it’s a daunting taks, but one small steps takes us to bigger one)
CAIR wants to prosecute anyone who insults Islam, in any country – every country, according to sharia. Consistent with their goal for a world ruled by sharia.
See these recent images of the same Faizan Syed proselytizing Missouri Governor Jay Nixon. The governor is apparently clueless on the terror-linked Muslim group and that Syed is calling for sharia law in America. h/t @CausingFitna for the photos.
Numerous CAIR leaders have been convicted of terror charges, some have been deported [see Rogues gallery of terror-tied CAIR leaders]. Several leading CAIR officials have stated their goal to bring sharia law to the U.S.
“Islam isn’t in America to be equal to any other faiths, but to become dominant. The Koran, the Muslim book of scripture, should be the highest authority in America, and Islam the only accepted religion on Earth.” ~Co-Founder of the Council on American-Islamic Relations
“I wouldn’t want to create the impression that I wouldn’t like the government of the United States to be Islamic sometime in the future…But I’m not going to do anything violent to promote that. I’m going to do it through education.” ~ Dougie (aka Ibrahim) Hooper, CAIR Spokesperson
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