If the United States had identified the real enemy after 9/11, this probably wouldn’t be an issue but CAIR is now suing the US Government for religious discrimination for asking Muslims who were re-entering the country about how often they prayed.
The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) has filed a lawsuit against the U.S. government, saying, among other things, that authorities questioned Muslim Americans reentering the country from Canada about their personal habits of prayer.
“Upon information and belief, Defendants began implementing a policy or course of conduct under which Defendants ask Muslim American travelers attempting to re-enter the United States through the United States-Canada border at multiple international ports of entry a detailed list of questions about their religious beliefs and religious practices,” says the complaint.
The complaint says one of these questions is: “How many times a day do you pray?”
And that’s an improper question because… why? We know of 19 hijackers on 9/11 who all prayed five times a day and had Zebibas (prayer bumps) on their foreheads. This is what we used to call a “profile” and despite the entrapments of political correctness, there’s nothing wrong with profiling Muslim terrorists.
In fact, of all the Islamic terrorist attacks, the percentage of perpetrators who don zebibas and pray five times a day is extremely high.
Guess what else.
CAIR knows this. The fact that CAIR is suing over this matter says quite a bit about their intentions.
Here is a copy of the complaint.