Wednesday, May 28, 2008

The Silence of the CAIR


NPR's Morning Edition reported, earlier this week, that over 140 women in Basra were killed last year by Islamic extremists because they wore makeup or some sort of feminine attire which offended their peculiar sense of Islamic propriety.

Where,then, one asks, are the spokespersons for Council for American-Islamic Relations denouncing this outrage against their fellow Muslims--fellow female Muslims?

It's hard for someone who isn't schooled in the "peaceful" aspects of the religion to understand how Islam can be "peaceful" and life affirming, yet not condemn these atrocities and disdain for a fellow creature created by God. 

Speak louder, CAIR.  Your silence is inadequate.

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