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    CAIR Condemns U.S. Airport Anti-terrorism Measures

    The CAIR leadership released a statement that claims the TSA's airport security directives amount to the profiling of Muslims

    CAIR Condemns U.S. Airport Anti-terrorism Measures

    By Jim Kouri
    Tuesday, January 5, 2010

    The Council on American Islamic Relations, the nation’s largest Muslim civil rights and advocacy group, began 2010 by complaining about new security measures being enforced at U.S. airports by Transportation Security Administration security officers. The CAIR leadership released a statement that claims the TSA’s airport security directives amount to the profiling of Muslims.

    Washington-based CAIR officials claim that the new guidelines, under which anyone traveling from or through 13 Muslim-majority nations will be required to go through enhanced screening techniques before boarding flights, will disproportionately target American Muslims who have family or spiritual ties to the Islamic world and therefore amount to religious and ethnic profiling.
    “Under these new guidelines, almost every American Muslim who travels to see family or friends or goes on pilgrimage to Mecca will automatically be singled out for special security checks—that’s profiling,
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    the only prpoblem with this CAIR is that you were an un-indicted co-conspirator in the charges against the dallas, texas, group, that was found guilty of funneling money to Hamas.

    the problem CAIR is that while all muslims are not terrorists,
    all terrorists these days seem to be of muslim faith.

    No choke on that

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    However, security experts believe that the measures are reasonable and necessary in order to enhance airport and airline protection and safety.

    “Look, I don’t buy it. The fact is, what I say is do smart screening. Ethnicity is one of the factors that should be included in the profile. After all, what is profiling? You’re extrapolating the common characteristics of the terrorist attacks. 100% of all the terrorist attacks against the United States last year were carried out by Muslim jihadists.
    100%! That's enough reason to focus on Muslims themselves. CAIR is only another big bag cover organization for dangerous activity just like ACLU. If CAIR was really doing its job carefully, it would be reporting terrorists within its own scope of humanity and strongly condemning Muslim extremists. Their entire reputation is conditional on how well their people are cleansed of violent behavior.

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    Sucks that we live in a world where the scum of the earth gets protected to commit murder on innocent people.
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    With the government of Mexico urging its citizens to illegally enter the USA to 'milk the cow' and with muslims bound by religeous faith to terrorise and kill American citizens, I think a little profiling is in order..after all, one MUST identify his enemies. Profiling is the tactic that works best.
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