CAIR Officials on Memorial Day: Do Fallen Troops Really Merit Honoring?
Zahra Billoo, the radical executive-director of CAIR’s San Francisco Bay Area chapter, tweeted that she “struggles with Memorial Day each year.”
"If one dies in an unjust war in which we illegally invaded and occupied a sovereign nation, should that person be honored?" – @DawudWalid
— Zahra Billoo (@ZahraBilloo) May 23, 2014
The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), a group labeled by the Justice Department as a U.S. Muslim Brotherhood entity and unindicted co-conspirator in a terrorism-financing trial, disingenuously claims that it is a moderate organization.
Yet, on May 23, Zahra Billoo, the radical executive-director of CAIR’s San Francisco Bay Area chapter, tweeted that she “struggles with Memorial Day each year” about whether to honor American soldiers who died in wars.
She also quoted another CAIR official, Dawud Walid, the executive-director of CAIR’s Michigan chapter, as questioning whether they should honor American soldiers that died in “unjust” wars and occupations.:
Billoo also retweeted radical Islamist Remi Kanazi‘s hateful anti-American comments.
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