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    Moslem Group Attacks Michael Savage: The Battle Between Taquiya and Talk Radio By Selwyn Duke Wednesday, November 28, 2007 You will have to forgive me, but I
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      Moslem Group Attacks Michael Savage: The Battle Between Taquiya and
      Talk Radio
      By Selwyn Duke Wednesday, November 28, 2007

      You will have to forgive me, but I have a difficult time taking the
      war against Moslem extremists seriously. No, I haven't become the
      latest in a line of anti-American quislings who say the war is "all
      about oil" or that Islamism is not a threat. It's just that I have
      trouble mustering enthusiasm for overseas ventures when we allow the
      enemy's fifth column to operate virtually unopposed on our shores.

      I'm talking about the odious Council on American-Islamic Relations
      (CAIR), a group that could be the legal arm of al-Qaeda. Although
      CAIR's machinations usually go unmentioned by the mainstream media,
      for quite some time now it has been training its sights on anyone who
      would tackle the Islamic threat with manly strength. It has carried
      out campaigns against National Review magazine, radio personality
      Paul Harvey, the producers of the television program 24, and many
      others who dare say the sultan has no clothes. And now it is
      targeting award-winning radio talk show host Michael Savage.

      CAIR has been pressuring Savage's advertisers to pull their spots
      from his show, and I'm dismayed to learn that some businesses have
      capitulated to their demands. Among these cowardly companies are
      AutoZone, TrustedID, OfficeMax, Citrix Systems Inc., and JCPenny. I
      will have them know that as long as they dance with the Devil and
      boycott Savage's show, I will boycott them and encourage others to
      follow suit. And I have a very long memory.

      It's not surprising that business would kneel at the altar of
      political correctness, as it worships mammon. And, in truth, many
      people – the good, the bad and the ugly – use their economic clout to
      try to effect social change; why, some on my side in the culture war
      are boycotting Ford because it supports the homosexual lobby. But I
      really have to wonder if these companies know to whom they're
      kowtowing. Let's take a closer look at CAIR.

      If you think that only those on the right take issue with CAIR, think
      again. In point of fact, the organization is so obviously in the
      pocket of terrorists that even some of our most left-wing politicians
      have condemned them. Just consider the following quotations, the
      first three of which are by liberal Democrats:

      "[CAIR is] unusual in its extreme rhetoric and its associations with
      groups that are suspect." – Senator Richard Durbin

      "We know [CAIR] has ties to terrorism . . . intimate links with
      Hamas." – Senator Chuck Schumer

      "To praise [CAIR] because they haven't been indicted is like somebody
      saying, `I'm not a crook.'" – Senator Barbara Boxer

      "Time and again [CAIR] has shown itself to be nothing more than an
      apologist for groups bent on the destruction of Israel and Islamic
      domination over the West." – Congressman Bill Shuster

      What would inspire Boxer, Schumer and Durbin – who many characterize
      as soft on Islamism themselves (some on the right call Durbin "Turban
      Durbin") – to condemn CAIR so unabashedly? Well, just read what some
      officers of CAIR and their associates have said.

      Omar Ahmad, the co-founder of CAIR, has made no bones about his
      desire for Islamic hegemony. He once stated,

      "Islam isn't in America to be equal to any other faith 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

      Then, Ahmad attended a secret meeting at a Philadelphia hotel where
      Moslem leaders allegedly plotted to disguise money given to the
      terrorist group Hamas as charitable donations (these proceedings were
      surreptitiously recorded by the FBI as part an investigation). One
      of the other attendees, Shukri Abu-Baker, who was recently tried in a
      federal terror-funding case, said,

      "I swear by Allah that war is deception . . . . We are fighting our
      enemy with a kind heart . . . . Deceive, camouflage, pretend that
      you're leaving while you're walking that way. Deceive your enemy."

      Ahmad then chimed in, likening the ruse needed to deceive infidels to
      a head fake in basketball:

      "He makes a player believe that he is doing this while he does
      something else. I agree with you. . . . Politics is a completion of

      Moreover, reports the website Anti-CAIR,

      "Omar Ahmad was captured on FBI surveillance tapes at Hamas meetings
      in the United States during 1993 explaining that the IAP [Islamic
      Association for Palestine] could not, for political reasons, admit
      its support for Hamas, and then discussing how the Hamas agenda could
      be cloaked and advanced."

      Another CAIR official, Executive Director Nihad Awad, has been more
      forthcoming. He once said plainly,

      "I am in support of the Hamas movement."

      And the above is just a sampling of the damning truth about these
      jihadists who masquerade as civil rights activists.

      To truly grasp the insidiousness of these closet jihadists, one must
      understand taquiya, a principle that gives Islamists the moral
      authority to deceive infidels. Taquiya refers to dissimulation, the
      process of disguising one's true intentions by erecting a facade
      pleasing to his victims. Writing at Jihad Watch, Gregory M. Davis
      explains it like this:

      In times when the greater strength of dar al-harb [the House of War –
      places dominated by infidels] necessitates that the jihad take an
      indirect approach, the natural attitude of a Muslim to the infidel
      world must be one of deception and omission. Revealing frankly the
      ultimate goal of dar al-Islam to conquer and plunder dar al-harb when
      the latter holds the military trump cards would be strategic idiocy.

      Unfortunately, the ones guilty of idiocy here are Westerners, as we
      blithely ignore how these Islamic interlopers are using our own
      system to destroy us. CAIR and its fellow travelers have been using
      intimidation and the courts to silence infidels, great and small, who
      oppose the jihad. For instance, CAIR sued the organization I cited
      earlier, Anti-CAIR, for $1.35 million for "libelous defamation." This
      is, I suppose, what they call it when you tell the truth about them.

      Then there is the case of former terrorist and current critic of
      Moslem extremism Zachariah Anani. For his sin of exercising his free
      speech rights, CAIR and other Islamic groups actually pressured the
      Canadian government to arrest him under the nation's hate speech laws
      and deport him.

      It should be noted, however, that CAIR's definition of hate speech
      may be a little different from yours, as in 1998 it co-hosted an
      event at Brooklyn College during which radical Moslems characterized
      Jews as "pigs and monkeys" (this is also applied to Christians). I
      haven't yet heard CAIR condemn those speakers, though. But why would
      they? That idea is found in the Koran itself and is a common
      teaching in the Islamic world.

      Then, do you remember the case of the six flying imams who were
      detained before boarding US Airways Flight 300? CAIR even went so
      far as to sue the passengers who reported their suspicious behavior.
      The lawsuit has since been dropped, but it illustrates well the
      lengths to which CAIR will go to intimidate Americans into silence.

      And don't think it doesn't work. The Moslem fifth column in our
      midst is dropping an iron burqa over commentary that accurately
      frames the Islamic threat. Even if our media didn't don their
      politically correct corsets, the fear of career destruction, legal
      action and physical harm would be more than enough to still even
      fairly tenacious tongues. (As for the last danger, I recently wrote
      about artists who will not address Islam through their work because
      they fear for their lives.) And while there is no evidence that CAIR
      perpetrates violent action, it visits legal and financial beheadings
      on its victims that terrify all but the most intrepid souls.

      This brings us back to Michael Savage. There is no one else of his
      stature who so bravely exposes the Islamist threat. If CAIR destroys
      him, they will have felled the World Trade Center of critics. Who,
      then, would be willing to contend with the sword of Islam? Only the
      small fish would be left to swim against the current from Mecca, and
      they would be next as CAIR and its minions worked their way down the
      food chain.

      You don't have to find yourself on Savage's side of the aisle to find
      yourself in his corner. All good Americans should be outraged that
      these fifth-column warriors, these barbarians inside the gate, these
      vile interlopers, are targeting our countrymen for destruction. If
      you want free and open debate about one of the most important issues
      of our time, Islamic Jihad, you should care about CAIR. It is a
      terrorist-enabling organization that has no place in "dar al-harb."

      So it shouldn't be hard to figure out who to support in this battle
      between taquiya and talk radio, not even for us pigs and monkeys.

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