TERRORISTS LINKED TO DEMOCRAT PARTY: Hamas-CAIR's Hussam Ayloush Elected as Delegate to Demo...
The vile America-hater and Jew-hater, the Executive Director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) Greater Area of Los Angeles Area chapter, Hussam Ayloush, has been elected as a delegate to the Democratic National Convention. That is what the Democrat Party has become. The old whore beggging for crumbs from their sharia sheiks oozing petrodollars.
No member of a system that is working toward "eliminating and destroying Western civilization from within" should be allowed to serve within (and work to dismantle) our government.
Stark raving madness. But surely the Dems have shown their hand.
This is treason, but the limpwristed right fears its own shadow and has been deafeningly silent. Imagine: a Hamas delegate? And we are moving closer to a jihadist Congressional caucus -- Muslim Brotherhood Congressman Hakim Muhammad Ellison and the arguably equally seditious Andre Carson are just one member short of an OBL caucus.
Hussam Ayloush is a vile, rude and arrogant man in a field crowded with such men: the staff of Hamas-linked CAIR. He carefully cultivates a "moderate" mien, but he is so ill-tempered when challenged that his mask often slips, as when he repeatedly refused to denounce Hamas and Hizballah as terrorist groups on a radio show, when Robert Spencer repeatedly asked him to do so. His public statements follow Hamas-linked CAIR's usual pattern of demonizing Israel and American freedom fighters, whitewashing Islam, jihad and Sharia, and claiming a spurious victim status for Muslims to deflect attention away from jihad terror activity and Islamic supremacism.
In her book, A God Who Hates, Wafa Sultan, describes the threats and intimidation she suffered from Ayloush because of her frankness in exposing Islam in her columns published in the Arab press -- and this was before 9/11. Wafa wrote frankly and critically about Islam in the Arab press, and the result was chilling:
Muslims withdrew their advertisements from the paper in protest against what I wrote, and the publisher called me about two months before the September 11th terrorist attack to ask me if he could give my telephone number to CAIR (the Council on American-Islamic Relations), because one of its members wanted to talk to me. I agreed, of course, and on that same day I received a telephone call from Mr. Hussam Ayloush of CAIR. Mr. Ayloush was courteous and did his best to restrain himself during our conversation. He expressed his displeasure at what I had written, and said that I had come close to overstepping the line. When a Muslim -- especially if he is a member of CAIR -- tells a writer that he or she has come close to overstepping the line, his words, naturally, carry a veiled threat whose dangers can be understood only by those with an excellent command of Arabic and a profound understanding of Islam. After they heard what he said, a number of my loyal friends asked me to ease up and be patient, as things did not bode well.
Traitors can't serve. Where are the reasoned? The rational? The defenders of the great Republic?"
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