Exclusive Audio: CAIR-LA Executive Director Announces Plans to Expand and Mobilize Muslim Community in 80 California Mosques
CAIR-LA Executive Director Hussam Ayloush announced plans to “mobilize the Muslim community.”
The Council on American Islamic Relations held its 4th Annual Dinner in Woodlands Hills, California on Saturday night.
Hundreds of protesters gathered outside the Hilton Hotel where this year’s dinner was held. The crowd booed loudly when the anti-Semitic Democrat Ilhan Omar arrived for the event. Omar was listed as the keynote speaker at this year’s event.
The Gateway Pundit recorded Ilhan Omar’s speech. Omar called on Muslims to “raise hell” and “make people uncomfortable.” She also blamed President Trump for the New Zealand mosque shootings.
CAIR-LA Executive Director Hussam Ayloush announced the community’s plans during his speech at the annual event. Ayloush said CAIR’s plans this year was to greatly expand in Southern California. Ayloush boasted that there are over one million Muslims in the state of California today in a state of 40 million or roughly 1 in 40 Californians. CAIR intends to “mobilize the Muslim community to ensure it is fully engaged. Ayloush added,
“[We will] Establish networks of informed and organized Muslim activists and voters [unintelligible]. This network we plan on setting up through the traditional model of community organizing. We have 80 Mosques in Southern California. We hope to organize 8-10 organizer people who will mobilize the rest of the community. Imagine the power of that. 80 Mosques times a thousand people at each of these Mosques and their families… visiting elected officials, getting people registered to vote.”
CAIR announced at the dinner their plan to mobilize the mosques in Santa Barbara, Bakersfield, etc. and across the state.
Hussam Ayloush told the audience,
“We expanded the reach of our organization into the [San Fernando] valley. And we are planning to extend into Bakersfield, into Santa Barbara, and San Luis Obispo. We just expanded in Fresno.”
Here is audio from Hussam’s speech on Saturday night.